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Started in 2007, the program provides surgical and medical treatment to qualifying service members and veterans at no cost.
For many students at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, living in the big city is a perk. Other students, especially those with children, might prefer a small-town feel, a close-knit community or simply a quieter place to study.
Weekends are a great time for students to take a respite to explore non-tourist things to do in LA and enjoy some well-deserved downtime.
Organizations are looking at new models of care delivery, and doctors are key players in making sure the patients benefit.
Mindfulness can make you feel calmer and more present, but did you know it can also help improve your health outcomes?
Medical school is a demanding time. It's helpful for students to find ways to relax, explore other interests and passions and get to know their classmates.
Medical education is constantly evolving as new technology and innovative thinkers uncover better ways to train future physicians.
There is a place in Pomona where people can travel back in time to see a Civil War amputation kit from the 1860s, an examination room from the early 1900s and an electrocardiogram machine from the 1920s.
Healthy living is a choice and a lifestyle, but unless you're in a supportive environment, it can be challenging.