They look like giant mosquitoes, or daddy-longlegs with wings, and they fly like crazy bumper-car drivers, bouncing off walls, each other, ceilings and light sources. But they’re nothing to be afraid of. Meet the harmless crane fly!
An additional seven influenza deaths were reported last week but flu activity in the region is waning, the County Health and Human Services Agency announced today
Pregnant women, women who could become pregnant and couples considering pregnancy are advised to avoid traveling to areas with known Zika transmission after a baby with the severe birth defect microcephaly was born in San Diego County. The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency reports the mother was infected with the Zika virus […]
Today the San Diego County Employees’ Charitable Organization distributed $178,630 in grants to 92 nonprofit organizations throughout the San Diego region. The funds are provided through the donations of County of San Diego employees and retirees. Checks were presented to recipients by CECO at its annual awards breakfast. Charitable organizations receiving grants included Access Youth […]
In San Diego County, there are over 24,000 grandparents raising grandchildren and hundreds more relative caregivers. Often times, these caregivers have changed their plans for retirement and relaxation to step in to care for a relative. The support of these grandparents, aunts, uncles and other family members is a crucial element in creating a loving […]
Tuberculosis is a bacterial infection that can spread through the lymph nodes and bloodstream to any organ in the body.
Tsunami Preparedness Week starts on March 27. Do you know what to do if you hear an evacuation warning at the beach?