Food is one of the most important parts of life. It not only nourishes us, but it also provides comfort and a sense of normalcy in hard times. That's why the Food and Nutrition Services team at Cedars-Sinai is so valuable to patients, ...
Immunizations have a long history of preventing the spread of dangerous diseases—including measles, whooping cough and polio. Even during COVID-19 pandemic, it's important to stay up-to-date on vaccines.
What makes a virus, like the highly contagious strain now causing a worldwide pandemic, different from other germs, such as bacteria or a fungus? We asked a Cedars-Sinai expert to how do they each infect us, and how we recover from them.
We sat down with physician assistant Shawn Bond to discuss his impressive background in martial arts, triathlons and the connection between his extracurricular activities and professional career at Cedars-Sinai Marina Spine Center.
Meet Nicole Mitchell, Cedars-Sinai's first director of Diversity and Inclusion. Her focus is on making sure the hospital continues to be a diverse, inclusive organization where everyone feels like they belong.
From "flattening the curve" to "quarantini," the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced new terms into our vocabulary overnight. Understanding this new terminology plays a key role in helping prevent the spread of COVID-19.