Stories for September 7, 2009
A massive construction project to replace integral parts of Southern California's only nuclear generators will begin this month, Southern California Edison announced today.
The Food and Drug Administration will start enforcing a ban on flavored cigarettes next month. But a California based importer of clove-flavored cigarettes has found a way around the new law.
Is a cup of coffee or a glass of red wine good for you or not? News reports highlighting the latest medical study findings, often with contrasting results, are everywhere. Add in the information available on the Internet, and consumers can feel downright overwhelmed about what to believe. We'll talk about ways people can navigate through the maze of medical information and make the best decisions for their health.
Is it easy being green? We'll explore how companies are adopting environmentally-friendly business practices, making green products and offering green services, and how consumers are responding to the greening trend.
Some San Diego scientists say they've discovered a way to tame some of the most aggressive cancer tumors.
The UCSD Medical Center has cut $24 million from its budget without resorting to furloughs.
Some San Diego city council members think the city’s rules about medical marijuana are hazy. On Tuesday the council will consider creating a task force to clear things up.