Human Physiology

East Los Angeles College

Christopher J. Jarosz, Ph.D.



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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

COVID-19, County of Los Angeles Public Health

COVID-19 testing, County of Los Angeles

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

Articles on the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)

on 3/11/20, w.h.o. declared a pandemicthese quotes and photos recall that historic time

pregnancy and covidwhat women need to know

covid worsened a health crisis among pregnant women

long covid patients more likely to have gastrointestinal problems, study finds

the origins of the covid pandemicwhat we know and don’t know

w.h.o. calls on china to share data on raccoon dog link to pandemichere's what we know

moderna's covid vaccine gambithike the price, offer free doses for uninsured

three years into covid, and we still don’t know how to talk about it

what does the science say about the origin of the sars-cov-2 pandemic?

what the end of the covid public health emergency could mean for you

family caregivers of people with long covid bear an extra burden

who should get a covid booster now? new data offers some clarity

after long delay, moderna pays n.i.h. for covid vaccine technique

for older americans, the pandemic is not over

she helped unlock the science of the covid vaccine

five unusual covid symptomsand what to do about them


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Articles on Physiology and Health

new treatment could help fix the heart’s “forgotten valve”

heartbeat may shape our perception of time, study shows

new drugscheaper drugswhy not both?

this safety-net hospital doctor treats mostly uninsured and undocumented patients

ethical concerns temper optimism about gene-editing for human diseases

sickle cell patient's success with gene editing raises hopes and questions

breast cancer gene linked to orkney islands

are allergies making me tired?

the value of good teeth

changing our clocks is a health hazardjust ask a sleep doctor

neurotech could connect our brains to computerswhat could go wrong, right?

could the next blockbuster drug be lab-rat free?

clues to bronze age cranial surgery revealed in ancient bones

nurses are burned outcan hospitals change in time to keep them?

fixing the health care worker shortage may be something congress can agree on

how does hospice care work?

rural hospitals are shuttering their maternity units

the number of mothers who die due to pregnancy or childbirth is unacceptable


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

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

Articles on Education

despite years of criticism, the u.s. news college rankings live on

california community college enrollment plummets to 30-year low

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

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Stats that Reshape Your World-View


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