A USC researcher analyzed millions of tweets to shed light on a new dimension of K-Pop’s influence: public health.
Keck Medicine of USC investigates whether a nutritional intervention could curb the condition, which so far has no cure.
Keck Medicine of USC experts discuss new recommendations for staying healthy and safe during the respiratory virus season.
USC research finds that the answer to getting more shots into arms is just a text message or email away.
Researchers at USC’s Information Sciences Institute used machine learning and deep statistical analysis to look for answers about vaccine hesitancy.
Parents worry about potential long-term risks from the vaccine, and some fear they’ll be viewed as responsible if their child becomes sick after the vaccination, USC research finds.
Research into the pandemic experiences of the Navajo Nation and the Klamath Tribes underscores the need for the U.S. to honor tribal water rights legally recognized — but never delivered on — for over a century.
USC study finds that personal voluntary behaviors to avoid infection also played a role in the downturn.
In Los Angeles County, 256 homeless people died of COVID-related causes in a 22-month period — a rate more than twice that seen in the general population.
“COVID has proven to be the costliest disaster in U.S. history,” says one USC expert on the economic impact of disasters. Now the fast-spreading virus is intersecting with a rise in flu and RSV.