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  • NBC 7 San DiegoMayor of El Cajon Calls Attacks on City 'Disingenuous'NBC 7 San DiegoAfter hearing about the discovery in Perris, California of 13 malnourished children locked inside their family home, do you think this sort of occurrence would be easily unnoticed in your neighborhood? Yes. No. I'm not sure / I'm not following this ...12 People Cited for Feeding Homeless Plan Legal Action Against City of El Cajon - NBC 7 San DiegoNBC San DiegoAbout a dozen people arrested for feeding the homeless in El Cajon parkThe San Diego Union-TribunePress Releases | El Cajon, CACity of El CajonFacebookall 75 news articles »

  • New York Daily NewsProminent AIDS crusader Mathilde Krim dies at age 91New York Daily NewsFILE- In this Feb. 9, 2011, file photo, The Foundation for AIDS Research, or amfAR, Founding Chairman Dr. Mathilde Krim attends amfAR's annual New York Gala at Cipriani Wall Street in New York. Krim, a prominent AIDS researcher who galvanized worldwide ...Mathilde Krim, Founding Chairwoman of the Foundation for AIDS Research, Dies at 91JezebelMathilde Krim, AIDS research pioneer, dies at 91ABC NewsPASSAGES Mathilde Krim dies at 9110,000 CouplesLos Angeles Blade -Jewish Telegraphic Agency -Out Magazine -Towleroadall 21 news articles »

  • kfor.comGirl lying next to grieving grandfather in heartbreaking photo dies of cancerkfor.comPENSACOLA, Fla. – A young girl, whose battle with cancer was shared widely after a photo with her weeping grandfather was posted on Facebook, has died, according to a statement on the family's tribute page. "Our sweet Braylynn, our warrior princess ...Girl from viral photo with sick grandfather passes awayFox NewsGirl from photo alongside grandfather​ depicting her cancer battle passes awayWISN MilwaukeeGirl whose photo went viral dies of DIPG weeks after -The Sun -The Epoch Times -Daily Mailall 9 news articles »

  • Los Angeles TimesObese patients lived longer if they had weight loss surgery, study findsLos Angeles TimesBariatric surgery has become the medical profession's go-to solution for meaningful weight loss, and new research shows why: It saves lives. In a retrospective study of close to 34,000 Israeli patients with obesity, the 8,385 who got one of three ...Weight-Loss Surgery Approaches Offer Similar ResultsMedPage TodayNewer weight-reduction surgery effective, but may worsen acid refluxReutersNo Clinical Significance in Weight Loss Among Sleeve Gastrectomy and Gastric Bypass Managed Markets Networkall 4 news articles »

  • Fox NewsDeath of hockey player, 10, was flu-related, health official saysFox NewsNico Mallozzi, 10, died on Sunday after suffering from flu complications, according to a medical examiner. (Kirsten Morin, courtesy of the Mallozzi family). Officials are warning the public to take extra precautions against the flu this season as a ...New Canaan boy is state's first child flu death of seasonCT Post10-year-old boy dies of complications from the fluNew York PostFlu Complications, Leading To Pneumonia And Sepsis, Killed 10-Year-Old Nico MallozziInternational Business -NBC New York -Daily Mail -Patch.comall 69 news articles »

  • Live ScienceRats May Not Be to Blame for Spreading 'Black Death'Live ScienceRats get a bad rap for spreading the plague, or Black Death, that killed millions of people in medieval Europe. But it turns out that rats might not be to blame after all — instead, the disease may have spread from person to person through human ...Black Death spread by humans, vindicating ratsCNNThe classic explanation for the Black Death plague is wrong, scientists sayWashington PostHumans, Not Rats, May Have Been Responsible for Spreading the Black DeathGizmodoBarfblog (blog) -Newsweek -National Post -HealthDayall 42 news articles »

  • New York PostPlastic surgeon accused of showing up drunk to operateNew York PostA Kentucky plastic surgeon was arrested Monday after allegedly showing up drunk to perform a surgery. Dr. Theodore Gerstle, of Lexington Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, was scheduled to operate around noon on Monday at the Baptist Heath Lexington ...Doctor arrested after he allegedly showed up intoxicated to perform surgeryNew York Daily NewsPlastic surgeon shows up DRUNK to operating table: CopsCrimeOnlinePlastic surgeon charged after arriving to work 'drunk' to Mail -WDRB -The Epoch Times -Lexington Herald Leaderall 8 news articles »

  • NBCNews.comThe difference between the president's annual physical exam and yoursNBCNews.comPresident Donald Trump shakes hands with White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson as leaves Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, on Friday after his first medical check-up as president.Carolyn Kaster / AP. Get the Better ...and more »

  • NPRMan Ruptures His Throat By Stifling A Big Sneeze, Prompting Doctors' WarningNPRNow, there is ample reason for you to cover your nose when you sneeze. It's flu season, after all, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has made it quite clear it doesn't want you spreading your germs with reckless abandon. But let's not ...Man's Horrific Experience Explains Why You Shouldn't Stifle A SneezeHuffPostMan ruptured throat while suppressing sneeze, doctors report in case studyKABC-TVHolding in a sneeze can be a literal pain in the neckQ13 FOXThe Daily News of Newburyport -Newsmax -Radio New Zealandall 55 news articles »

  • Los Angeles TimesCalifornia hospitals face a 'war zone' of flu patients — and are setting up tents to treat themLos Angeles TimesLarge numbers of people are showing up at hospitals in California amid an outbreak of influenza A, also known as H3N2, which is more dangerous than other recent strains of the flu. (Jan. 16, 2018). By Soumya KarlamanglaContact Reporter · Hospitals and ...Flu stresses hospitals, shows we're not ready for emergenciesNBCNews.com5 things you should know about this year's very bad fluChicago TribuneThis flu epidemic did something never recorded beforeThe Mercury NewsU.S. News & World Report -Scientific American -ABC News -Buffalo Newsall 382 news articles »

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  • 07 Oct
    Ventura Raceway 12:00 am to 12:00 am

    Ventura County Fairgrounds, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura The Best Little Dirt Track in America" Ventura Racing Association. Come watch the Sprint Cars, Dwarf Cars, Hobby Stocks, California Lightning Sprints,

  • 18 Oct
    Ventura County Fairgrounds Swap Meet All Day

    Ventura County Fairgrounds Swap Meet, Ventura, California This occurs every Wednesday at the Ventura fairgounds. For additional info click here:

  • 10 Aug
    Black Valentine at Canyon Club 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm

    Black Valentine was created with a simple purpose in mind -Play Creative, Catchy Songs in a Direct, no Frills, no Holds Barred Go for the Throat Attitude. Black Valentine’s Mission is to Re-Define today’s

  • 05 Oct
    Incubus All Day

    Incubus WITH SPECIAL GUEST: DREAMCAR DATE: Thursday, October 05, 2017 START TIME: 6:30 PM All ticket increase $5 on the day of the concert.