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Can dad’s parenting style be predicted before his child’s birth?
A preliminary study finds that expectant fathers with higher levels of oxytocin and brain activation later endorse a more “baby-led,” empathetic parenting style.
How a specialty contact lens restored one patient’s sight
Three years ago, Maria Contreras was diagnosed with a degenerative eye disease. Now, thanks to Gloria Chiu of the USC Roski Eye Institute, Contreras has her sight — and her life — back.
Inherited risk of early-onset cancer higher among Latino, African American and Asian/Pacific Islander families
These findings by USC researchers could help health care providers and genetic counselors offer more precision-based care and advice, particularly in the multiethnic populations of L.A. County.