When we purchase something, there's often an assumption that it's safe. Unfortunately, many prevalently used chemicals could cause serious effects on health, especially during prenatal development.
Women who use feminine care products called douches may increase their exposure to harmful chemicals called phthalates.
UC San Francisco is launching a healthy beverage initiative in an effort to align campus food and drink sales with the growing science about the negative impact of excess sugar consumption on health.
UCSF researchers have, for the first time, comprehensively defined the detailed causes as well as potential solutions for the widespread issue of alarm fatigue in hospitals.
Celebrations of the July 26, 1990 signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by President George H.W. Bush will take place across the nation during the week of July 21-27, 2014. The UCSF Committee on Disability Issues will be working over the next year to identify issues of concern for people with disabilities and set objectives to address these key issues.
UCSF reminds all patient care providers to either receive a 2013 flu vaccine or wear a paper mask as of December 15.
A UCSF patient was robbed of her cell phone at the UCSF bus stop on 4th Street adjacent to the Koret Quad on March 16 at about 1:30 p.m., according to UCSF Police. I