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Helping San Diego-Resettled Refugees Overcome Trauma

Helping San Diego-Resettled Refugees Overcome Trauma

Oct. 10
By Megan Burke, Tarryn Mento

A City Heights-based organization is bringing community groups and government officials together to provide better services for immigrants suffering from emotional disorders.

San Diego Launches Campground For The Homeless

San Diego Launches Campground For The Homeless

Oct. 9
By City News Service, Susan Murphy

The city of San Diego Monday opened a camping area for the homeless, with 24-hour security, bathrooms and storage.

Golden Hill Homeless Campground Expected To Open Monday

Golden Hill Homeless Campground Expected To Open Monday

Oct. 9
By City News Service

The city of San Diego will provide a camping area for the homeless, with 24-hour security, bathrooms and storage, beginning Monday, according to the mayor's office.

Health Officials Report San Diego's First Case Of West Nile Virus T...

Health Officials Report San Diego's First Case Of West Nile Virus This Year

Oct. 6
By City News Service

A Spring Valley woman became the first person in the San Diego region to test positive for West Nile virus this year, but it's unclear whether she contracted the disease locally, county health officials reported Friday.

Spike in Fentanyl-Related Deaths Prompt Warning From San Diego Law ...

Spike in Fentanyl-Related Deaths Prompt Warning From San Diego Law Enforcement

Oct. 6
By City News Service

San Diego's top law enforcement officials issued a dire warning on Friday about a dramatic surge in deaths and international trafficking activity related to fentanyl and its even more deadly cousin, carfentanil.

San Diego Health Officials Report First Flu Death Of Season

San Diego Health Officials Report First Flu Death Of Season

Oct. 6
By City News Service

The San Diego region's first fatality of "flu season'' was an 86-year-old man who died Sunday, county health officials said Friday.

Trump Guts Requirement That Employer Health Plans Pay For Birth Con...

Trump Guts Requirement That Employer Health Plans Pay For Birth Control

Oct. 6
Alison Kodjak/NPR

The Trump administration is rolling back the Obama-era requirement that employer-provided health insurance policies cover birth control methods at no cost to women.

'Scanxiety': The Fear And Anxiety Of Cancer Screenings

'Scanxiety': The Fear And Anxiety Of Cancer Screenings

Oct. 5
By Kenny Goldberg

There is a name for the fear and anguish cancer patients experience when they face their periodic screenings: "scanxiety."

Community Clinics Falling Off Financial Cliff After Congress Fails ...

Community Clinics Falling Off Financial Cliff After Congress Fails To Approve Funds

Oct. 4
By Kenny Goldberg

While members of Congress were trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act last week, they missed an important deadline to fund community clinics.

San Diego Hepatitis A Outbreak Continues To Grow

San Diego Hepatitis A Outbreak Continues To Grow

Oct. 3
By Matt Hoffman

New numbers reveal 20 more confirmed cases, bringing the total number of people infected to 481. The new numbers come ahead of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention presentation about the virus in San Diego.