County, City Urge Public to Help Stop Spread of Hepatitis A01:57

VIDEO: County, City Urge Public to Help Stop Spread of Hepatitis A

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Vaccination, sanitation and education. That was the motto at today’s press conference that brought together leaders from across San Diego to discuss hepatitis A and the current outbreak in the region. Experts urged the public to take appropriate precautions – vaccinations for the most at-risk population and ensuring everyone washes their hands properly – to […]


Hepatitis A Case Reported at Pacific Beach Restaurant

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San Diego County health officials are advising the public that anyone who may have eaten or had beverages at the World Famous restaurant in Pacific Beach on seven specific dates and times that they may have been exposed to a person with the hepatitis A virus. The dates and times of potential exposure at the […]

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Protect Yourself After Equifax Hack

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The San Diego District Attorney’s Office warned consumers today to consider taking steps to protect their personal identifying information in the wake of a recent data breach at one of the large credit bureaus in the United States, Equifax. Cybercriminals stole 143 million credit records in the recent hacking scandal at the big-three credit bureau.


Three Unrelated TB Cases Reported at Local Higher Education Campuses

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People at Palomar College and at Point Loma Nazarene University Mission Valley Regional Center may have been exposed to tuberculosis recently in unrelated cases, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency announced today. HHSA is working with Palomar College and PLNU officials to notify students and staff that may have been exposed. The […]