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  1. How food production is changing to sustain the global population.
  2. Learn the acute healthcare needs such as warning signs and more.
  3. Anthropologists observe families to get to the bottom of clutter.
  4. How patient-practitioner relationships affect major disease outcomes
  5. Information on a wide variety of common clinical dilemmas
  6. Information on clinical dilemmas and new strategies for patients
  7. Admission and transfer policies and practices at the University of CA.
  8. A collection of literary & music performances taped from 1993 to 2002.
  9. Introduction to clinical medicine and various scientific foundations.
  10. New discoveries in the brain sciences to help us understand memory.
  11. Environmental exposures and the risk of breast cancer development.
  12. Updates on prevention and treatment of breast cancer.
  13. Protecting our buildings and ourselves from earthquakes.
  14. Scholars and theologians explore religion in modern society.
  15. Lectures to enhance your home gardening experience.
  16. News program produced by students from UC Berkeley.
  17. See how Oncology exemplifies how clinical practices inform reasearch
  18. Programs ranging from media ownership to the state of journalism.
  19. The importance of child-rearing in human evolution.
  20. Exploring and explaining the origins of the human phenomenon.
  21. The domestication of other species and the evolution of modern humans.
  22. Autism spectrum disorder and the evolution of the human brain.
  23. Scientists evaluate attributes often considered unique to humans.
  24. A fresh look at aggression, both between and within species.
  25. Differences in mental performance between humans and other animals.
  26. The evolution of human language.
  27. Distinguished speakers explore the role of higher education.
  28. Health issues affecting seniors.
  29. An introduction to several major alternative health systems.
  30. Nascent developments and the future of computing.
  31. Interviews with renowned men and women about their lives and work.
  32. Explain how our bodies experience stress and effective counters.
  33. Learn about healthy eating, energy balance, and appetite control
  34. What does it mean to be free?
  35. Annual endowed lecture related to field of law and society.
  36. How imaging strategies can prevent, diagnose and treat conditions.
  37. What to eat to stay healthy.
  38. Learn the recent advances in emergency care and their challenges
  39. Information on how the brain, emotion, health, and aging are linked.
  40. Experts discuss ethical implications of new science and technology.
  41. Science lectures for middle and high school students.
  42. Take a look at Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology.
  43. Understand global health problems and how they are confronted
  44. Exploring the frontiers of knowledge in science and technology.
  45. Explore common skin problems, aesthetics, diseases, and advances
  46. Explore linkages between Health and Human Rights to prevent violations
  47. Study abroad students changing the world.
  48. UCTV's most captivating thought leaders.
  49. Explore health care issues commonly experienced by older adults.
  50. Current and valuable information to improve your health.
  51. Learn more about health reform, and the challenges that lie ahead.
  52. Explore the steps we can take to promote our long-term health.
  53. Explore the unique pressures women face.
  54. A comprehensive review of the complex heart conditions.
  55. The series surveys key elements in the development of heart disease
  56. Patients, families and researchers in the face of Alzheimer's Disease
  57. Lectures that advance humanitarian purposes and objectives.
  58. Prominent figures share their work related to the Jewish experience.
  59. The history and future of HIV/AIDS research
  60. U.S. immigration policy, its consequences and cultural implications.
  61. Key topics in microbiology, diseases, international health, and more.
  62. Energy efficiency technologies, commercialization and policy.
  63. Events that bridge academia, officials, media and the public.
  64. Updates in integrative therapies from UCSF's Osher Center.
  65. Science fiction treasures from UC Riverside's Eaton Collection
  66. Engaging marine science lectures from Birch Aquarium at Scripps.
  67. Music presentations from the La Jolla Music Society.
  68. Presenting ground-breaking, traditional and contemporary music.
  69. Cutting-edge research explained in everyday language.
  70. Interviews with prominent lawyers, judges, and academics.
  71. Annual lecture series about different health topics.
  72. Learn the latest news on lifestyle choices and ways to promote health
  73. How the discovery of white LED revolutionized lighting
  74. All things eye-related from nationally recognized speakers.
  75. Renowned poets read and discuss their work at UC Berkeley.
  76. A presentation of a wide range of topics that affect every cyclist.
  77. The world's most critical biodiversity hotspots
  78. Series on future of Mexico
  79. Explore the art and science of mind-body medicine
  80. Lectures unraveling the mystery surrounding developmental disorders.
  81. Performances and discussions from the Mondavi Center at UC Davis.
  82. Understanding public art using three major UC collections.
  83. Are children today sicker or healthier than we were?
  84. Learn what the next decade may bring to the world of medicine.
  85. Science with one goal - entertainment!
  86. Science and research at the University of California.
  87. UC has probably played a part in your day.
  88. How intervention and treatments can prevent health issues for kids
  89. Guests explore the complex features of the contemporary world.
  90. Talks by some of the top orthopedic surgeons about the basics
  91. Prestigious guest speakers on newsworthy topics.
  92. Cancer, as seen through the lens of "The Emperor of All Maladies."
  93. The basic science of pain and advances in management and treatment
  94. Explore commonly asked questions on drugs and their answers.
  95. Searching for solutions to challenging health policy problems.
  96. Review the full breadth of plastic surgery pursuits.
  97. Impact of precision medicine on health and health care.
  98. University of California's work to improve health care delivery.
  99. Cecil Lytle and guests perform to benefit the Preuss School at UCSD.
  100. Public policy experts on important issues.
  101. Cutting-edge research occurring at The Scripps Research Institute.
  102. Explore cutting edge science with leading scientists.
  103. Get insight on the brain, behavior and scientific discoveries
  104. How to reduce stress, improve mood and reduce mental illness risk.
  105. Engineering and the sciences at UCSB.
  106. Screenwriting and how the screenplay is translated into film.
  107. The evolution of civic conversation and changing nature of democracy.
  108. Musical performances from UCSB.
  109. Understand how spare organs can create miracles.
  110. Approaches, treatments, and how to avoid common injuries.
  111. Putting art into science education with UCSD's STE[a]M Connect.
  112. Putting art into science education with UCSD's STE[a]M Connect.
  113. Latest research promoting healthy aging from the Stein Institute.
  114. Prose writers read from their works.
  115. The site-specific artwork of the Stuart Collection at UCSD.
  116. The ins and outs of living with diabetes.
  117. A look at tomorrow's business and technology venues.
  118. UCSF's Memory and Aging Center talks about their work and research.
  119. The future of health, technology and innovation
  120. Learn the innovations in body part replacement technology.
  121. Information and tools to help college graduates with their careers.
  122. Information about the immune system and treatments of its disorders.
  123. Cancer in the urinary tract and male genital tract.
  124. Learn more about those important years from puberty to adulthood.
  125. How your brain works and how it changes with age.
  126. UCSF researchers on the causes of the global obesity epidemic.
  127. The value of adding Arts to STEM Education.
  128. The UC Public Policy Channel
  129. What makes music, musical.
  130. Care for returning soldiers.
  131. Increasing women and minorities in academic science and engineering.
  132. Distinguished visitors to Berkeley speak on a wide range of topics.
  133. Distinguished speakers at UC Davis discuss pressing issues.
  134. Business leaders share their wisdom, insights and experience.
  135. Concert performances from Mondavi Center.
  136. Updates in research and clinical care for medical professionals.
  137. Exploration of the protected sites in the UC Natural Reserve System.
  138. Annual program for intermediate to advanced level musicians.
  139. Special annual lecture given by distinguished scholars.
  140. Discourse about the critical environmental problems of our time.
  141. Updates in pediatric research and clinical care
  142. A look at the factors that contribute to obesity.
  143. How physicians at UCSF function as detectives.
  144. Learn about health and the health sciences directly from the experts.
  145. Treatment of transplant patients for health care professionals.
  146. Vascular diseases and their treatment.
  147. Traverse the landscape of pharmaceutical discovery and innovations.
  148. Experts describe research into the various aspects of human genetics.
  149. Healthy food systems, healthy environments, and healthy communities.
  150. Topics in infectious diseases.
  151. The latest news and research on vitamin D.
  152. Using vitamin D and sunshine to optimize health.
  153. UCSB faculty and guests talk about issues and their impact.
  154. Presentations on ethics, values and public life.
  155. The latest knowledge on cancer prevention and early detection topics
  156. A guide to health reforms, its problems and possible solutions.
  157. Receive current information regarding cancer and its treatments
  158. Comprehensive and integrative approaches in women's health.
  159. Information on approaches to improving health and wellness
  160. Conversations, readings and more with visiting writers.
  161. How healthcare providers choose common drug therapies.
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