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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.

One ALS Patient's Fight For The 'Right To Try'

March 9
Midday Edition
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David Huntley is a former San Diego State University professor and triathlete who was diagnosed with ALS in 2013. He wants the right to take a drug called GM604, which is aimed at fighting the progression of the disease.

Suicide Prevention Gets More Attention In San Diego County

March 9
By Kenny Goldberg
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Suicides have become a major public health issue in the United States. Each year, more people nationwide die from suicides than from car crashes.

California Woman Takes Routine Prenatal Test, Finds Out She Has Cancer

March 5
By David Wagner
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Eunice Lee got more than she signed up for when she took a noninvasive prenatal test made by San Diego-based Sequenom.

Larvae Of 'Yellow Fever' Mosquito Found In Escondido

March 5
By City News Service
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A resident called to report the Aedes aegypti larvae earlier this week. One of the mosquitos was also found last week in Chula Vista.

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Affordable Care Act Subsidies

March 5
Midday Edition
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The Supreme Court argument over subsidies that help millions of people afford their health insurance suggests that the Obama administration has two chances to attract one critical vote.

68 People In San Diego County Have Died Of Flu-Related Causes

March 5
By City News Service
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Six people died of influenza-related causes in the San Diego region last week, bringing the "flu season" total to 68.

Abortion Opponents Ask El Centro Council To Stop New Planned Parenthood Clinic

March 4
Imperial Valley Press
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An estimated 2,000 people showed up at the City Council meeting to argue against an agreement between Planned Parenthood and the El Centro Regional Medical Center that would clear the way for abortion services at a clinic being built in El Centro.