Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by Meg Sullivan
Los Angeles, California - For the past decade, cutting-edge health care providers and researchers have increasingly pushed to integrate care for mental health and substance use problems within primary medical care for children and adolescents. Their hope is that children and teens who suffer from mental and behavioral disorders would fare better if their pediatricians or family doctors took an active role in linking them with mental health care, particularly when these doctors team up with mental health clinicians to help meet the needs of their young patients.
- Written by Phil Hampton
Los Angeles, California - Following a comprehensive review and approval by faculty leaders and administrators, UCLA is asking the University of California to formally establish the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music as the UC system’s first independent music school.
- Written by Alison Hewitt
Los Angeles, California - New research suggests that the human mind is disturbingly flexible about moral judgments.
Mutant Cells That Can’t Copy DNA Somehow Keep Dividing When They Shouldn’t with Disastrous Consequences
- Written by Robert Perkins
Los Angeles, California - Researchers at USC have developed a yeast model to study a gene mutation that disrupts the duplication of DNA, causing massive damage to a cell’s chromosomes, while somehow allowing the cell to continue dividing.
- Written by Andrew Good
Los Angeles, California - A new program at USC is taking student video games to the next level: corporate.
- Written by Andy Fell
Davis, California - As California wildfires burn tree canopies and forest floors, the plants that are replacing the burned understory are increasingly those found in more southern areas of the West, according to a study from the University of California, Davis.
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