- May 25
Finding a dentist who's willing to treat Denti-Cal patients is getting tougher now that Western Dental will no longer see those patients.
- May 22
San Diegans who develop abdominal discomfort like nausea, diarrhea or cramping after eating raw ground tuna should seek medical attention, according to health officials.
- May 21
Thirty-one California residents, including seven in San Diego County, have been diagnosed with a strain of salmonella likely linked to the consumption of raw tuna commonly used in sushi, state health officials said.
- May 20
New research from UC Riverside finds babies born to obese mothers may have a compromised immune system.
- May 19
The report by the American College of Sports Medicine and the Anthem Foundation was based on such criteria as park and recreation centers per capita and percentage of commuters who walk or ride bicycles.
- May 19
Nurse practitioners would be allowed to work without physician oversight under a bill in the California Legislature.
- May 18
Naloxone, a generic form of a drug called Narcan, counteracts respiratory failure and other ailments in someone who has taken a life- threatening amount of an opiate, such as heroin.
Researchers are learning these simple things such as listening, giving praise or sharing a secret, may be effective tools in rescuing kids from the effects of an abusive childhood.
- May 18
A coalition of major players in the healthcare business is asking the state to pay providers more money for treating Medi-Cal patients.
- May 15
Military families who have a loved one getting care at Camp Pendleton's Naval Hospital have a new place to stay.
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