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Mental Health Care Profession Sees Gender Imbalances

The mental health care is a profession increasingly dominated by women, giving rise to concern that some men in need of help may go without. The New York Times recently covered this issue, addressing therapy concerns for men as the field tends to be dominated by what researchers call "feminization." More about psychology and these trends can be read here.

Fraudulent Use Disabled Parking Placards Exploding Allowing Civic Revenues Through Crackdowns


"It does sort of invite this corruption and is a disservice to other motorists" - Michael Manville

Climate Changes Set to Transform Cities

Predicting climate changes in our near future can be a difficult task, considering all the data and the numbers there maybe to crunch, the socio-economic impacts to go over, and fluctuations in weather to monitor. Noting that “cities adapt or they go away," the New York Times recently looked into the changes that we will be feeling in the near future. The article highlighted how cities like Chicago will now experience subtropical climate in the coming century, and will undergo new modeling changes to adapt towards these challenges.

NexTrip App: One of Many Reasons To Hop on That Bus

Among the many incentives to take public transportation like rising gas prices, NexTrip is a new app being displayed to Metro users throughout Los Angeles. It shows projected times for bus arrivals and travel times. Read more about what being deemed a "big time saver" here.

 

Brian Taylor Talks to Which Way LA About Metro Cutbacks