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UC San Diego Research Looks Into Heart Disease Among Latinas

UC San Diego Research Looks Into Heart Disease Among Latinas

April 4
By City News Service

A four-year, $3.7 million multidisciplinary research center at UC San Diego School of Medicine will investigate the relationship between sedentary behavior and cardiovascular risk factors in Latinas.

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News In Numbers: Advanced EMTs Practically Overlooked — Except By Border Patrol

April 4
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

State data on first-responders show how a rarely used certification helps U.S. Border Patrol agents provide medical care in emergencies.

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49 Kids Become Some Of San Diego County's Newest Americans

April 1
By Matthew Bowler

From school plays to graduations, growing up in the U.S. is full of milestones. But a group of local kids celebrated a less common occasion on Friday: becoming Americans.

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San Diego And Mexico City Students Tackle Violence Through Art

April 1
By Jean Guerrero

Students from San Diego and Mexico City are teaming up to create works of art that explore violence. It’s a joint initiative of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and Mexico City’s Tamayo Museum.

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A San Diego Native Remembers The Legacy Of Cesar Chavez

March 31
By Kristina Bravo

Thursday is Cesar Chavez Day. San Diegan Carlos LeGerrette tells his story of being part of the labor rights movement Chavez championed.

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International Panel Asked To Investigate San Ysidro Taser Death

March 30
By Jean Guerrero

The family of a Mexican man who died after an incident with border officials at the San Ysidro Port of Entry has asked the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to investigate his death.

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California Counts: As June Primary Nears, Latina Influence Could Be Key To Turnout

March 30
By Mary Plummer

As candidates and advocacy groups ramp up their get-out-the-vote efforts, it turns out one group could prove persuasive in Latino families.

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US Border Officials Accused Of Denying Food To Asylum Seekers

March 25
By Jean Guerrero

The ACLU says U.S. Customs and Border Protection has been failing to feed asylum seekers at the San Ysidro Port of Entry and cites an incident involving a transgender Mexican woman. Border officials say the incident is being investigated.

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Cross-Border Tunnel Ran More Than 400 Yards

March 23
By Associated Press

Prosecutors say drug traffickers finished building the Calexico house in December and began smuggling drugs there last month under law enforcement surveillance.

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Should The US Change Its Cuban Immigration Policy?

March 22
By Midday Edition

The Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966 grants Cubans special status that allows them to live and work legally in America.