Quantcast

University of California Articles

Ted Agu: University of California Football Athlete Collapses and Dies at 21
· 3

A Cal football player passed away Friday after collapsing during a training drill with his teammates. Ted Agu, 21, of the University of California Golden Bears, was reportedly having trouble completing the usual morning workout routine at Memorial Stadium. Medical …

UC Berkeley Explosion Leaves 4 with Minor Burns

The LA Times reported yesterday that an explosion devastated UC Berkeley’s campus, sending four to the hospital with burns. The main campus was evacuated as a precaution. “It was dark. It was pretty scary. We just wanted to get out …

Student Jailed 5 Days Without Food Or Water

A student from California University was left in a holding cell for five days without food or water. Eight people, including Daniel Chong, were arrested during a drug raid at a San Diego home on April 21, 2012. Chong was …

Diabetes Linked to Vitamin D Deficiency in New Study

A new study, published this week in the journal Diabetologia, shows a correlation between the incidence of Type 1 diabetes and vitamin D3 serum levels. The study used samples from the U.S. Department of Defense Serum Repository, which stores more …

Breast Cancer, Sleep Disturbance, and Depression to be Studied at UCLA
· 3

UCLA researchers announced this week that they have received a $5 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to fund a five-year study into the risk profiles of breast cancer survivors likely to suffer depression. The 300 volunteers needed for …

College Student Left in Holding Cell for Five Days: Twitter Reacts
· 1

Here’s yet another reason to say no to drugs, kids. You’ve been warned. A University of California, San Diego college student was left in a holding cell for five days after being rounded up in a drug raid involving nine …

Web Site Hopes To Predict Economy

The University of California-Riverside has launched an online prediction tool to measure how the weak U.S. economy influences people’s online behavior.

The "Web of Misery" is an online research project that invites people to predict how much traffic will increase to sites focused on topics surrounding economic distress, such as religion, guns, substance abuse and gambling.

Web Site Hopes To Predict Economy

The University of California-Riverside has launched an online prediction tool to measure how the weak U.S. economy influences people’s online behavior.

The "Web of Misery" is an online research project that invites people to predict how much traffic will increase to sites focused on topics surrounding economic distress, such as religion, guns, substance abuse and gambling.

Web Site Hopes To Predict Economy

The University of California-Riverside has launched an online prediction tool to measure how the weak U.S. economy influences people’s online behavior.

The "Web of Misery" is an online research project that invites people to predict how much traffic will increase to sites focused on topics surrounding economic distress, such as religion, guns, substance abuse and gambling.

Web Site Hopes To Predict Economy

The University of California-Riverside has launched an online prediction tool to measure how the weak U.S. economy influences people’s online behavior.

The "Web of Misery" is an online research project that invites people to predict how much traffic will increase to sites focused on topics surrounding economic distress, such as religion, guns, substance abuse and gambling.