Last year, the magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic overshadowed the absence, for the first time in recorded history, of our usual global pandemic: the flu. That event—or non-event—has left epidemiologists with questions about the 2021 flu...
Although the coronavirus usually strikes the lungs first, it can inflame and damage organs in the body. A study at Cedars-Sinai shows that the enzyme facilitating these attacks is a factor in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Read more.
With vaccination rates for COVID-19 rising, immunity is more important than ever. Immunologist Suzanne Cassel, MD, explains what vaccine boosters are and their role in beating back public health outbreaks.
More than half a million Americans have died from COVID-19. Thousands more suffered from financial losses compounded by businesses, schools and daycares shutting down. The fallout of COVID-19 is real—and for a subset of Americans, it's a...
Men are more likely to neglect preventive health screenings with their primary care doctor. For Men's Health Month, we talked to Primary Care physician Dr. Nitin Kapur about why men should take preventive care seriously.
Going through cancer treatments is tough no matter what. During the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Arash Asher talks about how our virtual Wellness, Resilience and Survivorship programs are helping connect cancer patients.
Cedars-Sinai pediatric social worker Paula Glashausser reflects on her journey of healing after a tragic car accident in childhood and the lessons that informed her decision to help children with health-related trauma.