Private sector influence plus a market demand for mandates will likely overcome state laws that have limited vaccine requirements thus far, a USC study finds.
Though most respondents expressed appreciation for educators — California public schools and teachers received their highest ratings in the poll’s history — questions abound about what comes next for students.
You might find a hangover cure, protection against Alzheimer’s and much more in nature’s bounty.
Darby Saxbe, founder of the Center for the Changing Family at USC Dornsife, shares why the era of COVID-19 is the perfect time to focus on families, stress and health.
Factors like less access to nutritional foods and more exposure to pollution may impact the brain’s structure and volume, a new USC study finds, altering how children read and think.