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Medicare And Medicaid Turn 50

July 30
Midday Edition
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On July 30,1965 President Lyndon B. Johnson signed legislation that created Medicare and Medicaid. Today, there are hundreds of thousands of beneficiaries who live in San Diego County.

San Diego County Traffic Deaths Rise In 2014

July 30
By City News Service
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Motor vehicle-related fatalities accounted for 291 cases thoroughly investigated by the medical examiner's office last year, compared to 247 in 2013.

San Diego County, Universities Get $2.5M Geriatrics Grant

July 30
By City News Service
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The funding will go to SDSU's schools of nursing, social work and graduate public health, UC San Diego's Division of Geriatrics, the county Health and Human Services Agency and county Aging and Independence Services.

UCSD, La Jolla Immunology Institute Announce Deal

July 27
By City News Service
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UC San Diego Health formed a multi-year partnership with the La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology, in hopes of boosting basic research of diseases of the immune system and bringing clinical treatments and therapies to market faster.

Covered California Getting Two More Health Plans

July 24
By Kenny Goldberg
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UnitedHealth and Oscar plan to begin offering insurance in parts of the state next year, which will give California consumers more options.

Judge Indicates UCSD Likely To Win In Fight Against USC

July 24
By City News Service, David Wagner
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A judge said she will issue a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit filed by UC San Diego against the director of a nationwide study on Alzheimer's disease, who transferred critical data on the project to the University of Southern California.

What San Diego Scientists Are Discovering About Dolphins And Diabetes

July 24
Evening Edition
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Dolphins may hold the key to understanding how to prevent diabetes in humans, according to a study published this week in the journal PLOS One.

San Diego Judge Likely To Dismiss Right-To-Die Lawsuit

July 24
By Associated Press
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Christy O'Donnell, two other terminally ill Californians and a San Diego doctor, sued the state seeking to allow doctors to prescribe fatal medication for terminally ill people who want it.

Gates Foundation Gives San Diego's Scripps $4.5M For Aids Research

July 23
By City News Service
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The Scripps Research Institute announced it received more than $4.5 million in a pair of grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to pursue a vaccine against HIV/AIDS.

Pot Legalization In California Presents Trade-Offs

July 22
By Associated Press
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A new 93-page report presents a range of choices and competing interests involved as advocates work to bring a recreational use initiative to voters next year.

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