“Bend your ear.” “Grasping at straws.” “Kick the bucket.” English is filled with figurative language that makes meaning by evoking physical actions of the human body.
During the past decade, a number of scientific studies have shown that brain regions thought … Read More »
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has elected three USC professors to become AAAS fellows in 2021.
The council designates members with this distinction whose “efforts on behalf of the advancement of science, or its applications, are scientifically … Read More »
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles awarded $8.3 million to study long-term effects of COVID in children
During the latest stage in the COVID-19 pandemic, more children are becoming seriously ill and some are experiencing symptoms lasting from one to several months. This condition is referred to by various names including long COVID, chronic COVID or scientifically, … Read More »
Cases of the omicron variant may be slowing down, but the variant still has a firm hold on America. Mask selection continues to be a hot topic, especially since the 400 million free N95 masks promised by the Biden administration … Read More »