- May 12
After weeks of delay and a looming lawsuit, the fire chief in El Centro has given his final clearance for the first Planned Parenthood clinic in the Imperial Valley.
- May 12
Four nurses and a team leader from Scripps Health who have treated hundreds of victims are said to be safe following a second major earthquake in Nepal.
Greg O'Brien made his living as a newspaperman. He shares his experience on reporting the most personal, painful and perhaps important story of his life, this week at a luncheon in La Jolla.
- May 11
A San Diego woman whose husband has ALS is organizing a rally in Washington, D.C., to encourage the FDA to accelerate drug approvals.
- May 8
Post-traumatic stress disorder affects more than just the mind, according to a new study led by scientists in San Diego.
- May 7
Despite considerable opposition from religious groups, the Planned Parenthood clinic is now providing care, but only on a limited basis.
The month of May is dedicated to stroke awareness and experts like vascular surgeon Dr. William Neil are working to get the word out about stroke risks and symptoms, especially for women.
As San Diego County continues to go after those accused of abusing seniors in assisted living facilities, county leaders roll out additional resources including a new hotline.
- May 5
The five employees from San Diego paired up with a small group of physicians from Harvard to form two mobile medical teams that went to mountain villages outside the capital of Kathmandu.
- May 5
After connecting the Farms Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe with purple pipes, recycled water is coming to the Village Park area of Encinitas.