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If you take the UCSF shuttle to Mission Bay on a Thursday afternoon, you may find yourself outnumbered by animated physical therapy students.  While they may be dressed in the exercise pants and tennis shoes often associated with physical therapy,

A group of children from the movie A Closer Walk

Twenty-four years ago, two young men living in Switzerland, James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter — a San Francisco journalist and a public information officer — decided they had to make a change.

7 Billion Well provides platform for innovators

For the first time, I was working on art that was not about me or my life, or for the purpose of expressing my emotions. I volunteered with other community and gym members to create a mosaic for UCSF’s Millberry Fitness and Recreation Center.

Most of us have heard of the pap smear, an annual test that is part of gynecological care for women, whose goal is early detection and prevention of cervical cancer.

Every year, National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates and recognizes the generations of Hispanic Americans that have contributed so much to the United States and positively enriched our society.

Promoting UC goodness before Tuesday's critical vote on Proposition 30

The Onward California bus arrived on Parnassus Avenue last week, trading gelato bars for email addresses.

San Francisco Giants World Series Champion Logo

KNBR 680 was on full blast on my car tuner as I was parked outside a packed Fireside Bar, completely blocking the Muni lane.<pls check this rewriting of lede.

What would you do? A 15-year old girl asks for a pregnancy test. It is negative, but two weeks later, the girl is treated for a severe head injury in a nearby emergency room.

A group of dedicated students and postdocs has created a new UCSF chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS).