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Early Life Experiences Affect Cognitive Decline Later In Life, Study

Jul 30, 2014 AM EDT Early life experiences like childhood socioeconomic status and literacy might influence the risk of heightened cognitive decline later in life, according to a study by the University of California ...

Consumption of Sugary Drinks during Adolescence Impairs Learning Abilities, Study

Jul 30, 2014 AM EDT A latest University of Southern California study found that daily consumption of beverages, sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup or sucrose, during adolescence affects ability to learn and remember ...

Luke Agnini Named Head Men's Rowing Coach at Georgetown

Jul 25, 2014 AM EDT Luke Agnini has been named the new Head Men's Rowing Coach at the Georgetown University. Agnini will replace Tony Johnson, who stepped down after 28 years at the helm of the program.

California Court Backs CBU’s Decision to Expel Transgender Student (UPDATE)

Jul 16, 2014 AM EDT A California trial court has approved the California Baptist University's decision to expel a transgender student over violation of school's policies in August 2011.

USC researchers Create Cheap Organic Batteries from Eco-Friendly Components

Jun 30, 2014 AM EDT University of Southern California researchers have developed a new battery that is cheap as well as organic.

Lower Vitamin D level Causes Premature Death, Study

Jun 13, 2014 AM EDT People with lower vitamin D levels in their blood are twice as likely to die prematurely, according to a new study by the University of California, San Diego.

Soft Drinks Contain More Fructose Than Labels Disclose, Study

Jun 05, 2014 AM EDT Soda drinkers might be consuming harmful sugar fructose in larger quantities than previously thought, according to a new study by the Childhood Obesity Research Center (CORC) at the Keck School of ...

"We Failed As a Community to Stop Elliot Rodger": Santa Barbara killer's Ex-Roommate

May 31, 2014 AM EDT Chris Rugg, a junior who is a film major at the University of California in Santa Barbara, regrets not helping mentally disturbed Elliot Rodger when he was his roommate.

California Shooting Incident Reignites Debate over U.S Gun Laws

May 28, 2014 AM EDT The 10-minute shooting rampage in Santa Barbara, California, Friday has once again raised questions regarding the decades-old gun laws in the country.

Pauline Foster Donates $7.5 Million for new Cancer Hospital at UC San Diego

May 22, 2014 AM EDT Pauline Foster - philanthropist and longtime benefactor of the University of California, San Diego - has made a gift of $7.5 million to support the construction of a new cancer care hospital at the ...

E-cigarettes Make Supebugs More Deadly: Study

May 19, 2014 AM EDT Nicotine-laden vapor from e-cigarettes makes the untreatable MRSA superbug more poisonous.

Excessive Use of Groundwater in California May Trigger More Earthquakes, Study

May 16, 2014 AM EDT Excessive use of groundwater in California's Central Valley can put additional stress on the San Andreas Fault and can give rise to more earthquakes in the region, according to a joint study by the ...

Yoga Helps Cure Urinary Incontinence in Women, Study

May 13, 2014 AM EDT Women, suffering from urinary incontinence, can get cured by attending specialised yoga programs, according to a University of California – San Francisco study.

African Savannas Faces Threat Due to Loss of Wildlife, Study

May 10, 2014 AM EDT Loss of large animals leads to adverse consequences in African savannas, according to a University of California Davis and Bard College study.

Top 10 Places to Live In US

Oct 17, 2013 AM EDT Located 35 miles south of San Francisco and 14 miles north of San Jose, Palo Alto has been the best city in the United States to lead a healthy and a happy life.

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