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Plan To Implement San Diego County Alzheimer's Project Gets Green Light

March 17
By Kenny Goldberg
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The Board of Supervisors approved an implementation plan for its ambitious project to tackle Alzheimer’s disease.

California Lawmakers Chew On Dental Program's Shortcomings

March 16
By Kenny Goldberg
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State lawmakers will hold a hearing Tuesday on a recent audit that found serious flaws in California’s dental program for poor children.

San Diego Scientists Show How Late-Night Snacking Affects Heart Health

March 12
By David Wagner
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Late-night snacking could be taking a toll on your heart. And according to a new study, that holds true even when keeping overall daily calories down.

San Diego Doctors Discuss Ways To Help Curb Prescription Drug Abuse

March 11
By Kenny Goldberg
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Hundreds of doctors gathered in San Diego Wednesday to discuss ways they could reduce prescription drug abuse.

Record Number Of Flu Deaths In San Diego County This Flu Season

March 11
By City News Service
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The death toll reached 72, breaking last year's record-setting number of 70.

San Francisco Measure Would Require Warning Labels On Soda Ads

March 11
By Kenny Goldberg
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San Francisco could become the first city in the nation to require warning labels on soft drink ads.

Wounded Warriors Helped At San Diego VA By Fellow Amputees

March 11
By Susan Murphy
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Hundreds of military members lost arms and legs during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Amputees who come to the prosthetic department at the San Diego VA Medical Center find a special connection to those providing their care.

San Diego Scientists Link Genes With PTSD, Before And After War

March 10
By David Wagner
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Gene activity related to the immune system may predispose certain soldiers to developing post-traumatic stress disorder, according to a new study.

UC San Diego Finds Possible Way To Test For Autism

March 9
By City News Service
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An international team of scientists led by UC San Diego has found what they believe is a way to accurately test for autism spectrum disorder in boys as young as 1-2 years old.

San Diego Man Accused of Knowingly Spreading HIV Faces Up To 6 Months In Custody

March 9
By City News Service
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Thomas Miguel Guerra, 30, faces up to six months in custody and a $1,000 fine when he is sentenced April 13.