Human Physiology

East Los Angeles College

Christopher J. Jarosz, Ph.D.



None at this time.

The Pandemic

Ready for an n95 respirator? Here's how to find a high-quality one that fits you well

Counterfeit respirators—misrepresentation of niosh-approval

How to tell if your n95 respirator is niosh approved.pdf

How is the COVID-19 vaccination campaign going in your state? NPR

Latest coronavirus maps and case counts—frequent updates from the New York Times

COVID-19, County of Los Angeles Public Health

COVID-19 testing, County of Los Angeles

COVID-19 dashboard, Johns Hopkins University

COVID-19 contact tracing certification (online course offered at no cost), Johns Hopkins University

Articles on the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)

early signs a new u.s. covid surge could be on its way

warning signs about the first post-pandemic winter

half of adults have heard little or nothing about new covid boosters, survey finds

potent new covid boosters are here—will weary americans bother?

the new covid booster could be the last you'll need for a year, federal officials say

cdc recommends new booster shots to fight omicron

how many california kids have gotten their covid shots?

nearly eight million kids lost a parent or primary caregiver to the pandemic

one of long covid’s worst symptoms is also its most misunderstood

so you haven't caught covid yet—does that mean you're a superdodger?

how a chinese doctor who warned of covid-19 spent his final days

whatever happened to the botswana scientist who identified omicron and then caught it?

can the coronavirus booster cause a positive test? when should you get it?

to mask, or not to mask—theaters and concert halls face a dilemma

what to do if you’re experiencing hair loss after covid

Tap or click here for additional articles on the pandemic

Articles on Human Physiology and Health

overlooked no more—mary eliza mahoney, who opened doors in nursing

what's it take to go from mechanic to physician at 51?

a rural doctor gave her all—then her heart broke

physician burnout has reached distressing levels, new research finds

the heartbreak and cost of losing a baby in america

why childbirth is so dangerous for many young teens

three sisters and the fight against alzheimer's disease

long covid has forced a reckoning for one of medicine’s most neglected diseases

how to time your flu shot for best protection

speeding up your daily walk could have big benefits

the future of hospitals—flexible space for the next pandemic

a devious cellular trick cancers can use to escape your immune system

her face started drooping—what was wrong?

$80,000 and five emergency room visitsan ectopic pregnancy takes a toll

medical debt ruined her credit—”it's like you're being punished for being sick”

they were entitled to free care—hospitals hounded them to pay

a news anchor had stroke symptoms on air—her colleagues jumped into action

why the bladder is number one!

Tap or click here for articles on aging from The New York Times

Tap or click here for additional articles on human physiology and health

Articles on Education

at new york university, students were failing organic chemistrywho was to blame?

the discount data that some colleges won’t publish

scanning students' rooms during remote tests is unconstitutional, judge rules

people from elite backgrounds increasingly dominate academia

why my college students are not ok

how to survive college when you’re paying your own way (includes podcast)

college studentshow to make office hours less scary

a separate and unequal system of college admissions

a college program for disadvantaged teens could shake up elite admissions

is online test-monitoring here to stay?

want to find an affordable college? there's a website for that

I highly recommend these video clips:

Global Health—200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes

Stats that Reshape Your World-View


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