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Climate change puts heat on public health

Health researchers across the University of California are working to understand the physical and social effects of climate change. 

Los Alamos National Laboratory researchers show how computers can predict spread of HIV

Researchers found that computer simulations can accurately predict the transmission of HIV across populations, which could aid in preventing the disease.

Mobility linked with higher-risk sexual behaviors in Kenya and Uganda

New research from the UCSF Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health aims to better understand why mobile populations experience barriers to HIV prevention and treatment.

Researchers plot maps, collect data to fight future infectious disease outbreaks

Anne Rimoin, associate professor of epidemiology at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and her team are tracking cases of Ebola and mapping them to where people live, work and seek health care.

HIV and a tale of a few cities

Epidemic modeling studies in Russia and Mexico show urgent need for effective drug policy reform, according to a UC San Diego study.

Engineered sand zaps storm water pollutants

UC Berkeley researcher develop a technology that could help provide a local source of drinking water for parched communities in CA and beyond.

Finding Ebola before it finds you

For the first time, scientists from UC Davis discover a new Ebola species in a host prior to detection in an infected human or animal.

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