A San Francisco court made a decision regarding the future of a divorcing couples‘s frozen embryos. Mimi Lee was told that the five frozen embryos that she created with her ex-husband, Stephen Findley must be destroyed. San Francisco Superior Judge Anne-Christine Massullo said that the couple must abide by an agreement they entered when they were married. Findley and his attorney claim that the couple had agreed to discard the embryos if they were to ever separate. Lee acknowledges the agreement, but argued that the embryos were her last chance to ever have children. She claims that her doctor has advised her that a pregnancy would be risky after enduring cancer. Despite the controversial nature of the case, Massullo explained that the decision had to be made. [Read more…]
The California State Legislature has made amendments to the state’s Vehicle Code regarding the rights of motorcyclists. If passed, the Assembly Bill (AB 51) will endanger Californiaís bikers and certainly shatter the state’s standing as one of the best places to ride a motorbike. [Read more…]
Vaccinations protect us from severe illnesses, but in rare causes they can cause harmful side effects.
Lisa Smith’s story begins in 2005. She was running her daily errands when she decided to stop by her local pharmacy to receive a flu shot. A few days later, she noticed her muscles were a bit sore and her throat had a faint tickle. Smith brushed it off as minor side effects of the flu shot. [Read more…]
Buying gifts for men can be both a lot of fun and a tough challenge. Some guys prefer funky gadgets, others appreciate more classy gifts, and some are just happy to get anything that isn’t tie.
Here’s a list of five items for the men in your life, to at least get you started in the right direction. [Read more…]
Earning a college degree is a sure fire way to earn a great job in the future. Getting into the best colleges can be very tricky but if you are lucky enough to get in, you can easily assume to have a better future laid ahead of you. When choosing the right college, the college rating matters a lot. With thousands of available colleges today, there are different ratings used to identify the schools’ strengths and weaknesses. Incoming students just have to deal with varying quality of education based on their desired field. Here are some of the most popular rating systems where the best 50 college ranking usually comes from:
Every year, Forbes Magazine comes up with a list of 50 best universities and colleges in the United States. They base their rating on the colleges’ teaching level, classroom sizes, student evaluation surveys, default rates or student debt ratio. Their list is probably one of the most reliable lists of all times.
Kiplinger on the other hand base their rating according to the colleges’ test score system, admission rates, graduations rates and the ratio of professors and enrollees. Ever year, Kiplinger creates a list that determines what university or colleges can maximize your money’s worth.
U.S. News and World Report
This one the other hand is the most anticipated listing of all because they base their rating system according to rates of admission, class rank, graduation rates, students-professor ratio and surveys. This top 50 high quality colleges list is updated and released every time new information or improvement is made.