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How To Prevent The Flu, Measles and Whooping Cough

Jan. 8
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San Diego County officials reported the first two deaths in the region from the flu this season and are also warning of a potential exposure to measles at Parkway Plaza. KPBS talks to a Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Center doctor about how to prevent these diseases.

At Least 12 Die In Shooting At Magazine's Paris Office; Suspects Named

Jan. 7
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Multiple French media outlets, citing a police bulletin, say the suspects are two brothers, Said and Cherif Kouachi, and a third man, Hamyd Mourad.

How A Little Rainfall Can Turn Into A Bountiful Resource

Jan. 7
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Brad Lancaster, author of the book, "Rainwater Harvesting for Dry Lands and Beyond" is giving a lecture in San Diego about strategies for harvesting natural resources such as rainwater and greywater.

How Are San Diego Farmers Complying With New Animal Cage Law?

Jan. 7
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San Diego egg farmers have made state-of-the-art changes to their hen houses to comply with the new law, which requires veal calves, breeding pigs and egg-laying hens to have enough room to turn around and extend their limbs.

San Diego County's Meth Problem Not Going Away

Jan. 6
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If you think the meth problem in San Diego is a thing of the past, a new Meth Strike Force report card says otherwise.

The Science Behind Changing Bad Habits

Jan. 6
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Losing weight and quitting smoking lead the list of New Year's resolutions. But what does it take to break a bad habit? We look at what happens to the brain when setting a goal and offer some tips to help you succeed.

The Physics Of 'The Arrow Of Time'

Jan. 5
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Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll joins us to discuss his recent book "The Particle at the End of the Universe."

Roundtable And The Big Stories: Campus Rape, Police Profiling, SONGS, Drought

Jan. 2
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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2014 wasn't all bad. Of course, it wasn't that good either. The national issue of campus sexual assault plagued SDSU. The SDPD had nearly stopped collecting racial data. San Onofre will close, but only with a lot of money from ratepayers. And there's still a drought.

A Guide To Celebrating New Year's Eve in San Diego

Dec. 31
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From Balboa Park activities to your favorite restaurant and pub-we'll tell you all about the fun festivities happening around San Diego County this New Year's Eve! Spreckels

Ringing In New Year's Eve While Practicing Sobriety

Dec. 30
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New Years Eve bring together friends and family for all types of celebrations. But for those dealing with an addiction those celebrations, especially where alcohol is served, can trigger memories that may make them vulnerable for relapse. We look at ways to have a happy, sober holiday season.