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Women Fight Infections Better? Study Finds 'Man Flu' Really May Exist, Thanks To EstrogenA new study suggests estrogen helps women fight infection better.
It Really Does Cost More To Be Female, Report ShowsA new report shows it really does cost more to be female.
New Study Says Most People In LA Are Having A Tough Time Paying Their Rentin the LA/OC metro area, almost 60 percent of renters are "burdened," which means more than 30 percent of their income goes to rent.
Study Finds Drivers Can't Rely Solely On Back-Up Cameras When ReversingA new study says back-up cameras in your car are simply not enough.
Study: Hands-Free Technology Can Mentally Distract DriversA new study released by the American Automobile Association (AAA) Thursday shows hands-free technology can mentally distract drivers even when they are focused on the road.
Seismologist Lucy Jones Casts Doubt On JPL's 'Magnitude-5.0' Earthquake PredictionUSGS seismologist Lucy Jones, who heads Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's earthquake preparedness team, wants to clear up an earthquake study making headlines Wednesday.
Study: Residents Worry About Traffic More Than Anything Else In LA CountyA new study has found that people worry more about gridlock than anything else here in Los Angeles County.
UC Study Finds $2.7 Billion Drained From Calif. Economy During DroughtA statewide drought has drained $2.7 billion from California's economy, University of California researchers announced Tuesday.
USC Study Finds Hollywood Films Still Skewing White, MaleIs Hollywood falling behind when it comes to racial and gender diversity?
Study: California Drivers Using Cellphones More OftenA study released Tuesday reported that 9.2 percent of drivers were using phones to talk, text or otherwise take away their attention during observations earlier this year.
Commuting Stresses Women More Than Men, Study FindsThe grind of a daily commute is a pain a lot of Southern California residents experience, but it turns out women feel the frustration more than men.
Research Finds Extreme Morning Sickness Can Harm BabyThe Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has spoken publicly about suffering from the condition during both her pregnancies.

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