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Global Climate Change: Driver of Infectious Diseases?

By Roberta Attanasio, IEAM Blog Editor

The impacts of global climate change on human health and well-being is undeniably alarming. Safe drinking water, sufficient food, and secure shelter are threatened by rising sea levels and severe weather events. 988 more words

Environmental Management

Lifeguards Warn Against Dangerous Rip Currents at L.A. County Beaches

Lifeguards warned against dangerous rip currents as high temperatures resulted in crowded L.A. county beaches. Erin Myers reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Saturday, March 28, 2015. 20 more words

Local News

March Heat Shatters Records in Bone-Dry Los Angeles

A series of heat waves this month — including a brief one one that ended Friday — brought a grim new distinction to hot, dry Los Angeles. 86 more words

Local News

johnlink ranks HEAT WAVE (1954)

Here’s a B-movie film noir directed by a guy named Ken Hughes who would later go on to helm such movies as the Peter Sellers’ CASINO ROYALE and a little family film called CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. 600 more words

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Unseasonable Heat Wave Could Break High-Temp Records in Southern California

Temperatures soared into the 90s Thursday as another heat wave hit Southern California.

As of 3 p.m., Long Beach hit 93 degrees, downtown L.A. hit 90, Woodland Hills hit 91 and Fullerton recorded 95. 129 more words

Local News

Weekend heat wave expected to crowd beaches

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Warmer than usual temperatures are expected to bring large crowds to San Diego beaches this weekend.

Temperatures may reach the upper 80s to mid 90s in inland areas, with coastal temperatures expected in the upper 70s to low 80s. 118 more words


The Flash S:01 E:16

Episode Title: Rogue Time
Original Airdate: 3-25-15

Continuing where last week’s episode left off, which was also pretty much the beginning of last week’s episode since Barry found himself repeating the same day once again, but the show doesn’t go the typical time loop route for very long. 574 more words

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