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Guide to adopting a shelter pet

TEMECULA – The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a lot of changes to daily life. One of the positive effects of COVID-19 is that many...
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Study uncovers key elements of Zika virus impacts on immune systems

The mosquito-borne Zika virus can defeat a person’s immune system by drilling into the cellular defenses needed to combat diseases, according to research by...

Antibody testing study indicates COVID-19 infections fairly widespread

A randomized COVID-19 antibodies study by Riverside County health officials showed indications that the virus may have infected more than 100,000 Riverside County residents,...

The “Tiny Titan” Dinosaur Exhibit highlights local science at the Western Science Center

HEMET – A new temporary exhibit arrived at the Western Science Center. “Tiny Titan: A New Look at Haplocanthosaurus” opened to the public Nov....

Transition smoothly after relocating

TEMECULA – People move for various reasons. Some have outgrown their existing homes and need something bigger, while others move to downsize. Regardless of why...

America’s darkest moral practice – Infanticide

Americans were stunned in January when they heard Virginia Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, a former physician, casually infer infanticide after a botched abortion. After...

Startup businesses need more than product

SPIE is the international scientific society which focuses on optical science, and SPIE activities include development of research-oriented businesses and the advancement of optics...

Susan G. Komen Inland Empire to host More Than Pink Walk

RIVERSIDE – Susan G. Komen Inland Empire is preparing for their annual community fundraising event. In May, the organization announced the new More Than...