‘Superbug’ Exposure at UCLA Medical Center

‘Superbug’ Exposure at UCLA Medical Center

Over 150 people at the University of California in Los Angeles Medical Center (UCLA) have been exposed to what is being referred to as a “superbug,” or CRE (Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriacae). In addition, seven people have been infected and two people have died. It is not sure if the superbug bacteria contributed to the deaths. The […]

Powerball Rolling Across the Country

Powerball Rolling Across the Country

The Powerball is rolling across the country. There were three winners in the third-largest Powerball jackpot ever on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2015, which was $564 million. There was a winner in Texas, North Carolina, and Puerto Rico. Only one winner has come forward and that winner has not yet been verified. However, a 26-year-old North […]

AIDS and How It Affects the Transgender Community

AIDS and How It Affects the Transgender Community

African-American transgender women are at the highest risk for new positive HIV/AIDS test results. The term “gender identity” refers to how a person feels about themselves regardless of biological sex. There is an uniform way to collect information on how many transgender people there actually are in the United States with HIV/AIDS. However, scientists studying […]