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UCSF Health

@UCSFHospitals

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A world leader in health care, we're proud to rank among the Top 10 hospitals in the U.S. Follow our children's hospitals @ucsfchildrens @UCSFBenioffOAK.

San Francisco, CA
Joined on February 18, 2010
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @UCSFHospitals and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
6 hours
Average replies
696
Average retweets
1265
Average likes
3483
Tweets with photos
26 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

14. in country United States and category Medical Center

38. in category Medical Center

260. in country United States and category Place

While older, frailer patients are likely to recover more slowly from #COVID19, “I’ve seen a lot of young people be really, really sick," says @LekshmiMD, founder of our new post-COVID clinic. “They will have a long tail of recovery too.” https://t.co/qLX29EgUh2 via @LoisParshley

"How much can we rejuvenate an already aged brain?" asks @ShellyFan at @singularityhub. Her exercise research at UCSF led to a discovery that "even the aged brain is still remarkably flexible and its deterioration isn’t set in stone." https://t.co/D2jBY7LTTs

Wondering how the recent Supreme Court decision on #BirthControl may affect you? UCSF's @AJSharmaMD says you can ask your doctor to prescribe up to a year of contraception at once, & it makes sense to check with your HR & insurance about possible impacts. https://t.co/vGca3QoACP

“Efforts to reduce #smoking and e-cigarette use among young adults would likely lower their vulnerability" to severe #COVID19, UCSF's Dr. Charles Irwin Jr. says. https://t.co/6LJmhdkCkX

It remains difficult to gather reliable national health data on #COVID19 patients, which is one of the reasons we still know very little about its impact on pregnant women, experts say. “This is where the U.S. falls short,” UCSF's Dr. @HgHuddleston says. https://t.co/JYlMw9XKQW

RT to congratulate Taylor, who is doing great one month after #BrainSurgery to remove a tumor on her pituitary gland! She celebrated her improved health by going sailing with her husband on the Bay! https://t.co/dXtcF3SPj3
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RT to congratulate Taylor, who is doing great one month after #BrainSurgery to remove a tumor on her pituitary gland! She celebrated her improved health by going sailing with her husband on the Bay! https://t.co/dXtcF3SPj3

What gave me hope today? 

AM walk in Fruitvale w @AliciaFMD @kfrhoads @jdodickfields @WatkinsKimi @Dare2BWell Alice Fishman, Raul Gutierrez

Great weather, neighborhood energy, masking, El Huarache Azteca take-out

Spirit of partnership, collaboration, & innovation gives me hope https://t.co/oFm1Bw55AI

What gave me hope today? AM walk in Fruitvale w @AliciaFMD @kfrhoads @jdodickfields @WatkinsKimi @Dare2BWell Alice Fishman, Raul Gutierrez Great weather, neighborhood energy, masking, El Huarache Azteca take-out Spirit of partnership, collaboration, & innovation gives me hope https://t.co/oFm1Bw55AI

“Recent evidence indicates that smoking is associated with a higher likelihood of #COVID19 progression, including increased illness severity, ICU admission or death,” says UCSF's Sally Adams, author of a new study of the disease's impact on young adults. https://t.co/RbR1FharP8

NEW: #COVID19 cases continue to spread at alarming rates. CA is now closing indoor operations STATEWIDE for: -Restaurants -Wineries -Movie theaters, family entertainment -Zoos, museums -Cardrooms Bars must close ALL operations.

#California’s experience with #COVID19 "shows that doing the right thing matters—but gives you no special privilege when you stop doing it," UCSF's Dr. @Bob_Wachter writes in @TheAtlantic. https://t.co/tOsZ5LUosA

This week join @andrewchanMD, chief resident at @NeurosurgUCSF, in the first of a 2 part series as he offers advice to high schoolers interested in #neurosurgery: keep an open mind, diversify your experiences, and don’t neglect non-medical hobbies https://t.co/ouqUDBvf8Y #MedEd https://t.co/D8ndTIhiGG

This week join @andrewchanMD, chief resident at @NeurosurgUCSF, in the first of a 2 part series as he offers advice to high schoolers interested in #neurosurgery: keep an open mind, diversify your experiences, and don’t neglect non-medical hobbies https://t.co/ouqUDBvf8Y #MedEd https://t.co/D8ndTIhiGG

#Exercise helps protect the brain from age-related cognitive decline, but many older adults can't exercise due to physical limitations. An exciting discovery from UCSF researchers could help harness the benefits of exercise in a pill some day: https://t.co/1JBDPg9vxp

The association between countries that wear masks regularly & those with low death rates from #COVID19 is clear, UCSF #InfectiousDisease expert Dr. @MonicaGandhi9 says. “If you look at these countries, there’s a near perfect correlation.” https://t.co/2MwMcDybMw

Happening soon! @UCSFhospitals neuropsychologist @Cweyerjamora's talks to @WGNRadio about maximizing cognitive function & well-being during #COVID19. Listen to the live interview at 6:05pm PDT: https://t.co/wQRvDhf5MB https://t.co/rJiRSbk8gs

Happening soon! @UCSFhospitals neuropsychologist @Cweyerjamora's talks to @WGNRadio about maximizing cognitive function & well-being during #COVID19. Listen to the live interview at 6:05pm PDT: https://t.co/wQRvDhf5MB https://t.co/rJiRSbk8gs

In Calif., we are "victims of our own success,” UCSF's Dr. @PCH_SF says. “The average person probably hasn't seen anybody with #COVID19, because we were really good in California until recently.” Tips for keeping up safety measures amid "crisis fatigue": https://t.co/uegLoLgT0p

New research could help scientists better understand why Black men face higher rates of prostate #cancer. The study highlights the need to examine environmental & social inequities that influence health outcomes, UCSF's Dr. Franklin Huang says. https://t.co/gs53djHRew

we are following our COVID-19 equity data @UCSFHospitals - enterprise dash shows our latinx pts bearing disproportionate burden of disease... now ? is how we intervene, but data transparency impt 1st step for all health systems (dev by @HosseinSol w/ HealthEqCounc) https://t.co/eX0l8R9uoR

we are following our COVID-19 equity data @UCSFHospitals - enterprise dash shows our latinx pts bearing disproportionate burden of disease... now ? is how we intervene, but data transparency impt 1st step for all health systems (dev by @HosseinSol w/ HealthEqCounc) https://t.co/eX0l8R9uoR

“Where you live, work and play determines your health — the link between those has never been more clear,” UCSF's Dr. @KBibbinsDomingo says of #COVID19's disproportionate impact on essential workers & communities of color. https://t.co/KOtePOdU47

“It is easy for people in our society to act as though people who are incarcerated are not a part of our community. From an infectious disease standpoint, they certainly are," UCSF's Dr. Brie Williams (@briewsf) says. https://t.co/swiaZ9PVYv

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