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UCR researchers find several harmful metals in an e-cigarette research study

Statistics professor Jun Li, cell biology professor Prue Talbot and post-doctoral researcher Dr. Monique Williams found several harmful metals in six tank-style e-cigarettes. The...

UCR receives grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to...

In August, the UCR School of Medicine was granted $6.6 million by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to boost diversity in healthcare....

Under the Kilt: Grieving the end of a family relationship

I first started using the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at UCR last fall quarter. As my parents’ only daughter and a first-generation student...

UCR receives grant from the National Institutes of Health to address...

UCR has received a five year, $16 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) which will initiate the Center for Health Disparities...

Mental Health Faire: a fest of feeling fine through management of...

As May 2019 drew to a close, so too did the 70th annual observance of Mental Health Awareness in America conclude, aimed at “spreading...

Campus Cope: Taking your time when there seems to be none

Well, that’s over. The year of 2019 at UC Riverside has ended. First-year students have finally gotten their first taste of the acclaimed college experience,...

Student action group campaigns for SB 24

On April 3, the Senate Health Committee approved the SB 24 bill after it was approved by the Senate Higher Education Committee and the...

CALPIRG students dress up as bees to raise awareness of neonicotinoids

The California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG) Students at UCR gathered at the Bell Tower last Wednesday, Jan. 30 to raise awareness of neonicotinoids...

Imperfect flu shot, perfect reasons to still get it

  The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) recently published some startling statistics: more than 80,000 people in America died of the flu in the...

Club Spotlight: Project Sunshine brings light to child patients

After second-year biology major Natalie Taby attended the first general meeting of Project Sunshine in the fall quarter, her smile lasted for two hours....
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