Month: May 2022

Study finds unsafe feeding practices among formula-reliant families due to the pandemic, food shortages

News-Medical.Net, May 23, 2022

Severe COVID may speed up cognitive decline: experts explore routes of care

Verywell Mind, May 23, 2022

You can now get another 8 free at-home COVID-19 tests: how to order them

Healthline, May 23, 2022

Jesse Colin Jackson presented his installation Marching Cubes Final Countdown in the Experimental Media Performance Lab in Feb. 2022. He invited visitors to help assemble a series of sculptures based on Henry Moore’s monumental forms.

The art of inquiry

Claire Trevor School of the Arts puts research center stage

Mark Warschauer

For computer science in classrooms, the earlier the better

Visit to School of Education’s inclusive Digital Learning Lab impresses Bavarian legislators

Coronavirus cases climb in Inland Empire, but ‘catastrophic wave’ not expected

The Sun, May 22, 2022

How long do breakthrough covid-19 symptoms last? Experts examine average recovery timelines

Good Housekeeping, May 21, 2022

Orange County sees slight decrease in COVID hospitalizations

Spectrum News 1, May 20, 2022

The speed of work today: more, faster, now

Reworked, May 20, 2022

OC COVID-19 infections on the rise, but hospitalizations remain steady

My News LA, May 20, 2022