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We have been dedicated to bringing the San Diego community the very latest in health updates since 2005. This site is intended to be a community based, self propagating forum for education, discussion, and support of those interested in the maintenance and performance of the human body. Your involvement is encouraged. If you have a particular illness or condition that you are experiencing, we encourage you to share your experience online either in our forum or through our hosted blog. If you have a health provider that you recommend, or an information resource, we invite you to submit it to our directory. We encourage category recommendations, and site submissions. We invite you to join us in our efforts to bring quality health information to everyone.
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Latest Health News
Schoolkids Remake $750 Malaria Drug for $2 - Scientific American
2 Dec 2016 at 12:37pm
Schoolkids Remake $750 Malaria Drug for $2
Martin Shkreli, left, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, leaves a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in Rayburn Building on 'methods and reasoning behind recent drug price increases,' after invoking his Fifth Amendment right against ...
High school students cheaply reproduced a drug that sells for $750 a dosePopular Science
Students Make Martin Shkreli's Drug for $2 a PillWebMD
Watch Martin Shkreli Re...
Lack of Sun in Teen Years Linked to Nearsightedness Later On - Live Science
2 Dec 2016 at 12:05pm
Lack of Sun in Teen Years Linked to Nearsightedness Later On
Teens and young adults who spend more time outdoors may be less likely to become nearsighted later in life than those who spend less time outdoors, a new study suggests. People in the study who spent more time exposed to ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation ...
Increased UVB Exposure in Youth Reduces Adult Myopia RiskMedPage Today
Can Extra Time Outdoors When Young Reduce Nearsightedness?Arizona Daily Star
Politics|US Health Spending in 2015 Averaged Nearly $10000 Per Person - New Y...
2 Dec 2016 at 11:17am
New York Times
Politics|US Health Spending in 2015 Averaged Nearly $10000 Per Person
New York Times
A sign in Berkeley, Calif., last month encouraged people to sign up for health insurance. Millions of Americans gained coverage through the Affordable Care Act over the past two years. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times. WASHINGTON ? Total spending ...
US health care tab hits $3.2T; fastest growth in 8 yearsWashington Post
U.S. Sees Historic Jump in Health Care's Share of the EconomyU.S. News & Wo...
Morning briefing: Ryan, Johnson condemn Tomah VA over possible infections fro...
2 Dec 2016 at 7:16am
New York Daily News
Morning briefing: Ryan, Johnson condemn Tomah VA over possible infections from dentist
Take a look at the stories from around our area and world that are making news today. Ryan, Johnson condemn Tomah VA over possible infections from dentist: The Associated Press/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel report: "The fact that a dentist responsible for ...
Tomah VA hospital dentist may have exposed veterans to HIV, HepatitisWLS-TV
Hundreds of Veterans Potentially Exposed to HIV, H...
Funeral Directors Anxious Over Texas Fetal Remains Rules - Houston Public Media
2 Dec 2016 at 6:52am
Houston Public Media
Funeral Directors Anxious Over Texas Fetal Remains Rules
Houston Public Media
With Texas set to implement rules requiring the burial or cremation of fetal remains, it's not just health care providers who are anxious about the recently adopted requirements. Alexa Ura, Texas Tribune. | Posted on December 2, 2016, 8:45 AM.
Texas Will Require Burial of Aborted FetusesNew York Times
Texas to implement rules requiring burial or cremation of fetal remainsTexas Tribune
After months of ...