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UCSF Study: Electric Scooter Injuries Jump 222 Percent In Four Years
By Wilson Walker, CBS SF Bay Area, Jan 08, 2020

 

 
Cancer Patients Turn to Crowdfunding to Pay for Medical Care
UCSF Study Shows Shows GoFundMe is Financing Medical Travel, Alternative Treatments - and Funerals
By Elizabeth Fernandez, Sep 09, 2019

 
The average crowdfunding campaign for cancer care asks for $20,000 -- but only gets about $5,000
By Amir Vera, CNN Health, Sep 09, 2019
 

How You Can Ride Your Way to Better Sex - Bicycling magazine
By Selene Yeager 
 

Women Cyclists Prone to Common Gynecologic Issues But Not Serious Urinary Dysfunction
Some Female Bikers May Have Better Sex than Non-Cyclists
By Elizabeth Fernandez March 12, 2018
 

Cycling does not harm men's sexual health, study says
Health, BBC-News January 12, 2018
 

As Bicycling Gains Popularity, Safety Concerns Rise
As biking and bike-share programs become popular, some trauma-center doctors are seeing more injuries related to cycling
By Lucette Lagnado October 11, 2017
 

 
Challenging RT complications require innovative strategies
Modern Medicine Feature ArticlesModern Medicine Feature ArticlesUrology
September 1, 2017

 

 

Bicycling's huge costs in America | University of California
By Elizabeth Fernandez, UCSF June 6, 2017
 

 
Pubic Hair Grooming Linked to Sexually Transmitted Infections
Higher Risk Shown in New UCSF Study, Especially For Frequent and ‘High Intensity’ Groomers
By Elizabeth Fernandez December 12, 2016
 

 
Going Bare Down There May Boost The Risk Of STD
By December 6, 2016

 


Many Women Prefer to Groom, Citing Hygiene (and Baffling Doctors)
By Jan Hoffman 
 

 
Cycling 101 Needn't Be Collision Course - The New York Times
By Jane E. Brody September 23, 2015


 
 
Health News from NPR
Michaeleen Docleff, Heard on Morning Edition September 2, 2015

 

 


Surge in Bicycle Injuries to Riders Over 45 | UC San Francisco
Cycling Renaissance Causing More Hospitalizations in Older Adults
By Elizabeth Fernandez September 1, 2015

 

 

Genital Injuries: Painful Yet Mostly Preventable - UCSF Department
UCSF Analysis of Emergency Department Visits Suggests Educational and Product Safety Approaches
By Jason Bardi November 13, 2012
 

Kidney Stones' Seasonality Reflected in Google Searches
By Jeffrey Norris August 24, 2011