Mental Health Awareness: Risky Business

May 30, 2017
May is Mental Health Month, and this year, Mental Health America's theme is Risky Business to bring awareness to certain behaviors which may increase your risk of developing a mental illness, or make an existing mental illness worse. Jeannie Lochhead, MD writes about some of these risky behaviors as identified by Mental Health America.

Exploring New Stuttering Treatment Options

May 23, 2017
Stuttering affects 1% of our population, and given the importance of verbal communication in work, social and academic settings, can lead to significant disability. Learn how a research team led by UCR Health physician Gerald Maguire, MD is working to identify a potential new drug treatment. 

How Obesity Impacts Your Menstrual Cycle

May 18, 2017
Obese women often have abnormal menstrual cycles, with periods that are heavy, painful, and irregular. Kim Tustison, MD writes on how obesity affects the hormones that regulate menstruation.

Travel in the Time of Zika

May 16, 2017
Summer vacations take a lot of preparation. For women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, Zika virus can make planning a trip seem even more challenging. Get background on the Zika virus and learn resources to help you plan a safe summer getaway.

Now Open: UCR Health at Citrus Tower

May 11, 2017
New downtown Riverside medical offices improve community access to quality healthcare.

Vaginitis: The Basics

May 09, 2017
Women of all ages experience vaginal itching or discomfort. While some women may be embarrassed to discuss it with their doctor, vaginitis is a common reason for a visit with a gynecologist.
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