Loading...

Your search returned no results.

Antibody Accelerator teaser image
discoveries magazine

Antibody Accelerator

In the race to figure out how to detect and treat the novel coronavirus that engulfed the United States and the world in a matter of months, Cedars-Sinai scientists are looking to antibodies. Read more.

Discoveries / Oct 15, 2020

DIY Pandemic Supply teaser image
discoveries magazine

DIY Pandemic Supply

When the COVID-19 pandemic threatened Cedars-Sinai’s access to critical supplies, the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator quickly improvised a solution: Do it ourselves. Leaders from the technology incubator mobilized staff and supplies from across...

Discoveries / Oct 15, 2020

All the Lonely People, Where Do They All Belong? teaser image
discoveries magazine

All the Lonely People, Where Do They All Belong?

Exercise classes help older adults build social connections. A community-based Cedars-Sinai study called Leveraging Exercise to Age in Place (LEAP) that began offering free health and fitness classes for people over 50 at nine locations ...

Discoveries / Oct 12, 2020

Caution Vape teaser image
discoveries magazine

Caution Vape

Vaping may be as harmful to the heart as traditional cigarettes—if not more so, but it's not just the nicotine. We asked Florian Rader, MD, of the of the Cedars-Sinai Human Physiology Laboratory what is likely causing the most harm. Read...

Discoveries / Oct 12, 2020

Care for the Spirit teaser image
discoveries magazine

Care for the Spirit

Hospitalized patients have complex spiritual needs. The Cedars-Sinai Spiritual Care department provides crucial guidance and comfort to patients in medical crisis. Read more.

Discoveries / Oct 12, 2020

Easy to Digest teaser image
discoveries magazine

Easy to Digest

Study of the microbiome—the trillions of bacteria living in and on our bodies—traditionally focuses on the colon. Stool has been the star when it comes to understanding how colonies of tiny organisms play a part in our health. Read more.

Discoveries / Oct 12, 2020

Headway in Traumatic Brain Injuries teaser image
discoveries magazine

Headway in Traumatic Brain Injuries

Patients with acute traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are more likely to survive when they’re given beta blockers in the hospital, according to a multicenter study led by Cedars-Sinai.

Discoveries / Oct 12, 2020

New Spin on Spinal Discs teaser image
discoveries magazine

New Spin on Spinal Discs

A new stem cell technology to halt spinal disc degeneration could potentially alleviate back pain in people with the condition, which strikes when the discs between the vertebrae of the spinal column deteriorate. Read more.

Discoveries / Oct 12, 2020

Under Pressure teaser image
discoveries magazine

Under Pressure

About 11 million Americans with high blood pressure don’t know they have the condition which raises the likelihood of a heart attack, heart failure and stroke when not detected early enough. The stakes might be even higher for women. ...

Discoveries / Oct 12, 2020

On the Front Lines of COVID-19 teaser image
discoveries magazine

On the Front Lines of COVID-19

From the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to the pharmacy, every Cedars-Sinai employee plays a critical role in a unified force fight COVID-19 —but their experiences are unique. Here, several share their perspectives from the pandemic front lines.

Discoveries / Jul 31, 2020