UC Santa Barbara study shows human impacts on oceans nearly doubled in recent decade, could double again without adequate action.
UC Merced Professor Asmeret Asefaw Berhe discusses animals and microbes, like cockroaches and archaea, that have proven their survival skills throughout time.
Solving the global nitrogen problem; a team of scientists, led by UC Davis, has published a study that identifies five strategies to tackle the problem.
The study was carried out by researchers at the UCLA School of Medicine on more than 200 infants in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
UCSF project shows how making care person-centered could provide a path to improve women’s and children’s health.
A new UC Berkeley study suggests the 2016 presidential election may have adversely affected the health of Latinx mothers and their babies.
Tashelle Wright will examine tobacco use and oral health diseases among Black, Latinx, aging and rural populations in the San Joaquin Valley.
"The rights of the child and their health and health care really need to be thought about as separate from the legal process that’s unfolding,” says Elizabeth Barnert, a pediatrician at UCLA.
Researchers will study the root causes of poverty and food insecurity with an emphasis on risk from disasters like drought, flood or conflict.