Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by Leslie Ridgeway
Los Angeles, California - For the first time, Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) cancer researchers at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center have traced the origins of colorectal cancer cells, finding important clues to why tumor cells become “good” or “bad,” with the potential of stopping them before they start.
- Written by Kat Kerlin
Davis, California - Children exposed to tobacco smoke from their parents while in the womb are predisposed to developing diabetes as adults, according to a study from the University of California, Davis, and the Berkeley nonprofit Public Health Institute.
- Written by Andrew Myers
Stanford, California - Three years ago, Sohan Dharmaraja was a Stanford engineering doctoral candidate in search of his next project when he visited the Stanford Office of Accessible Education, which helps blind and visually challenged students successfully navigate the world of higher education.
- Written by Clifton B. Parker
Stanford, California - A new Stanford study offers ideas on how to encourage men to donate money and time to charitable causes.
- Written by Yasmin Anwar
Berkeley, California - Around the time of the Summer of Love in 1967, Arthur Aron, then a UC Berkeley graduate student in psychology, kissed fellow student Elaine Spaulding in front of Dwinelle Hall. What they felt at that moment was so profound that they soon married and teamed up to investigate the mysteries of attraction and intimacy.
- Written by UC Berkeley
Berkeley, California - With the recent outbreak of measles originating from Disneyland, there's been no shortage of speculation, accusation and recrimination concerning why some people won't vaccinate their children. There's also been some - but only some - more historically and psychologically informed discussion.
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