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This past month has been a harsh lesson in how pervasive rape culture remains in our country. Brett Kavanaugh was accused of sexual assault by at least three women. The President of the United Stat…

Easy DIY Lip Balm Recipe with yummy chai & coconut oil!

This is an overview of the story of Radio Atlantico de Sur. It contains links to other posts on this blog that focus in much more detail on...

One of nature’s most underrated fruits, the bananas are one of the most popular foods in the world because of their perfect portion size, natural protective wrap and cheap price. But did you know that bananas can provide you with some amazing health benefits? Eating 2 bananas a day can help you control your blood pressure, keep your bowels healthy, lose more weight and protect your eyesight. Bananas contain the natural sugars sucrose and fructose which give them their sweet flavor, but are…

Despite being washed with industrial detergent in high, disinfecting temperatures, hospital sheets still were contaminated with the potentially life-threatening C. difficile bacteria, researchers found. And those sheets spread the bacteria to uncontaminated ones.

Coastal justice along the California beach and coastal zone is at stake at Hollister Ranch in Santa Barbara County under a proposed class action settlement. This policy report analyzes “the fairness of the Settlement to all concerned,” and whether “the […]

Children who suffer from a highly aggressive and deadly type of brain tumor may have new hope when it comes to treatment options.

A team of economists have examined the importance of location and opioid prevalence to help tease out the relative importance of supply in the epidemic.

For the nascent cannabis industry, the social media landscape remains fraught with uncertainty and consequent stymied branding and marketing goals. Cannabis is classed as a Schedule I drug by the federal government, a status that confers high abuse potential and no acceptable medical use—the latter in direct opposition to current scientific consensus. The Controlled Substances Act also prohibits advertising Schedule I drugs via “communications facilities” like…

Do you know what lurks in your attic? Attic cleaning can cut down on mold and help fight allergies in your home. Read these tips from HouseLogic.

Under a claims process administered by a special master, victims could get $2,500 to $250,000 each.

Business-minded hackers are testing blockchain technologies to secure their illegal operations. Here's what enterprises can learn from them.

Three poems from her forthcoming collection Cape Verdean Blues.

Read an excerpt from Leesa Cross-Smith's debut novel.

LOS ANGELES – Today, hundreds of current and former students of the University of Southern California reached a $240 million proposed settlement in a class-action lawsuit against the university and its former gynecologist , Dr. George Tyndall, for his alleged decades-long sexual abuse of his patients that persisted despite USC’s knowledge, according to Hagens Berman
The class-action lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the…

General/Awards Issue for 2018, Featuring the Winners of Our Annual Fiction, Poetry, & Literary Nonfiction Prizes

Following Cisco’s SMB Cybersecurity Report, which has revealed that 53% of midmarket companies have experienced a data breach, Todd Peterson, Product Manager at One Identity, discusses why they are such an attractive target to hackers and how they can protect against attack. Todd Peterson, Product Manager at One Identity: “There are so many more SMBs …

The yield spread between long-term and short-term Treasury securities is known to be a good predictor of economic activity, particularly of looming recessions. One way to learn more is through a careful scrutiny of the historical variation of such yield spreads and how they relate to the current slope of the Treasury yield curve. The results suggest that the recent flattening of the yield curve implies only a slightly elevated risk of a recession in the near term relative to any other month.

Facebook said attackers exploited a vulnerability in its code that let them steal access tokens when users switched over to a public profile view via the "View As" feature.

Growth in the Bavarian industrial heartland has prompted the German region to develop a new light-rail network in order to connect three cities – Nuremberg, Erlangen and Herzogenaurach. With 12.

Dental pain is a force to be reckoned with. It starts when you’re chewing food

An earthquake is the sudden, rapid shaking of the earth, caused by the breaking and shifting of underground rock. Earthquakes can cause buildings to collapse and…

A new study suggests that CBD is a beneficial treatment for two subtypes of breast cancer, as it may help facilitate the death of cancer cells.

Ties to a pro-Beijing television network raises concerns that the station could soon beam the Chinese regime’s propaganda into the United States and Mexico.

The purpose of Men's Weekend is to evangelize, edify and equip men of all ages and walks of life through the ministry of the West Angeles Church Brotherhood Organization. Men's Weekend includes Men's Summit on Friday at 7p (North Campus) and Men's Day at 8a, 11a and 7p (Cathedral).

It is no surprise that hackers will always target high value, critical data, so amongst some of the most targeted industries is healthcare; the highly sensitive patient data stored in this industry creates a playground ready for waiting hackers to exploit. In the past five years alone, healthcare breaches have grown in both frequency and …

It has been reported that security researchers at Avast have uncovered “the most sophisticated botnet that they have ever seen”, and it is targeting IoT devices. This new IoT malware strain/botnet labelled ‘Torii’ has spread over poorly secured Telnet services, with the attack coming from Tor exit nodes. The malware captures data from IoT devices, and gives attackers remote …

In this In The Spotlight Q&A, second-year medical student Jill Anderson shares her thoughts about health care and her future career plans.