Imperial Valley News
- Created on Sunday, 27 July 2014 14:42
- Written by Carla Collado
Los Angeles, California - New commercial space is expected to increase through 2017 across most California real estate markets, thanks in part to job growth and goods moving through the state’s ports. The outlook is based on the recent Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Commercial Real Estate Survey, a leading indicator of future commercial construction in California that analyzes the three-year outlook for real estate development activity and provides insights into new, not yet on the radar, building projects.
- Created on Sunday, 27 July 2014 14:34
- Written by Enrique Rivero
Los Angeles, California - Low-income minority adolescents who were admitted to high-performing public charter high schools in Los Angeles were significantly less likely to engage in risky health behaviors than their peers who were not admitted to those schools, according to a new UCLA-led study.
- Created on Sunday, 27 July 2014 14:31
- Written by Sadena Thevarajah
Los Angeles, California - Researchers from the USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics have linked tighter Medicaid policies governing antipsychotic drugs with increased incarceration rates for schizophrenic individuals.
- Created on Sunday, 27 July 2014 14:28
- Written by Robert Perkins
Los Angeles, California - A first-of-its-kind study by researchers at USC and Loyola Marymount University (LMU) has found evidence that the persistent health disparities across race may, in part, be related to anxiety about being confronted by negative racial stereotypes while receiving healthcare.
- Created on Sunday, 27 July 2014 14:15
- Written by Barbara Wilcox
Stanford, California - Studies of the origins of human sexuality and aggression are typically in the domain of the sciences, where researchers examine genetic, neurobiological, social and environmental factors.
- Created on Sunday, 27 July 2014 14:12
- Written by Rob Jordan
Stanford, California - Imagine a smog-free Los Angeles, where electric cars ply silent freeways, solar panels blanket rooftops and power plants run on heat from beneath the earth, from howling winds and from the blazing desert sun.
- Created on Sunday, 27 July 2014 13:50
- Written by David L. Chandler
Washington, DC - Many studies have shown the potential for global climate change to cut food supplies. But these studies have, for the most part, ignored the interactions between increasing temperature and air pollution - specifically ozone pollution, which is known to damage crops.
- Created on Sunday, 27 July 2014 13:45
- Written by MIT
Cambridge, Massachusetts - Trillions of bacteria live in each person’s digestive tract. Scientists believe that some of these bacteria help digest food and stave off harmful infections, but their role in human health is not well understood.
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