A new art exhibit opened at Cedars-Sinai this month. The "Back to Healing" installation located on the Plaza Level near Starbucks features 10 black and white photographs by New York-based artist Marcus John.
With COVID-19 vaccination efforts officially underway, you may be wondering if there's anything you can do to boost your body's immune response to the vaccine. It turns out, a growing body of research suggests that mood matters. Learn more.
Intuitive eating is non-diet approach to building a better relationship with food and your body. Cedars-Sinai nutritionist Rhonda Krick explains why dieting can be harmful to your health and how you can start practicing intuitive eating.
Urgent health needs won't wait for the COVID-19 pandemic to pass—and neither should you. Pain, cancer, diabetes, and heart problems need consistent treatment and management. When in doubt, reach out to your doctor, they say.
Pediatrician, Sharon Wirawan, MD, and OB-GYN, Itai Ronen, MD, come into our lives and see their jobs overlap at particularly exciting and vulnerable times, such as the birth of a child or a young woman learning to care for her ...
Bianco can embrace new experiences, and cope with sadness and anxiety brought on by the pandemic including treatment for Crohn’s disease, because her health is well-managed by a team of medical professionals just five minutes from her ...
To help uncloud the future impact of the pandemic, forecasting models developed at Cedars-Sinai are predicting, with sharp accuracy, how many patients are likely to need care at the medical center week by week.