Epilepsy is still misunderstood by many, but clinicians and researchers are learning more about how to better control and stop seizures to help patients navigate their condition and enjoy fulfilling lives.
In the interview with Rebecca Ruiz, senior features writer at Mashable, Cedars-Sinai President and CEO Thomas M. Priselac shared his views on the role of a hospital in reducing disparities and highlighted key principles in Cedars-Sinai's...
Meet Brian Minton, a first-year student and member of the graduating class of 2022 in the Cedars-Sinai Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science (MHDS) program. Learn why this program is everything he wanted.
Dr. Omid Hamid, director of the Melanoma Program at Cedars-Sinai and chief of Translational Research and Immunotherapy at The Angeles Clinic and Research Institute shares the facts on diagnosing and treating skin cancer.
Two recent studies led by Dr. Michael Alexander, director of the Neurovascular Center and Endovascular Neurosurgery, show that stents implanted in arteries in the brain can reduce stroke risk in patients with severe intracranial ...
Meet Zoe Krut, a member of the graduating class of 2022 in the Cedars-Sinai Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science (MHDS) program. Learn the 7 reasons why she enrolled in the Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science Program.
Everyone has a pandemic story, but Rommy Coutelin and her husband, Casey, had a life-changing year that ended with three bundles of joy. Read their against-the-odds story and hear from their OB-GYN about the challenges they faced.
New recommendations for the HPV vaccine expand its usage beyond adolescents to all adults through age 26 and some people in the 27 to 45 age group. The vaccination protects against HPV, a sexually transmitted disease which sometimes ...
Meet Dr. David Skaggs, the newly appointed director of Pediatric Orthopaedics and co-director of the Cedars-Sinai Spine Center. We asked him why he's excited to join Cedars-Sinai and some common misconceptions people have about scoliosis.
Vaccination cards have become a badge of honor for many people who lined up for the COVID-19 shot to protect themselves and do their part to end the pandemic. But what is the CDC-issued card's actual purpose? We have answers
Adolescent girls don't usually see a gynecologist until they turn 18 or need a pelvic exam or pap test until 21. But some health concerns may be reason for young girls to see a specialist earlier. Learn more.