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Mumps Reported at San Diego State University

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A student at San Diego State University was recently confirmed to have mumps after exposure to another student who had been ill and likely also had mumps, the County Health and Human Services Agency reported today. The two students are housemates living off campus and were up-to-date with mumps vaccinations.  The students were not hospitalized […]


Is Your Child at Risk for Lead Poisoning?

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Lead poisoning is the most common environmental illness among children in California. However, most children who have lead poisoning do not act or look sick and the exposure frequently goes unrecognized initially. That’s why preventing childhood lead poisoning is so important. The County of San Diego’s theme this year during Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, […]


Monday is the Last Day to Register to Vote in the Nov. 8 Election

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If you want to vote in the Nov. 8 presidential general election, you must register by Monday, Oct. 24. You will need to register if you: are not currently registered in San Diego County recently moved recently changed your name If you’re not sure about your registration, check your status online at If you’re […]

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Tour the Rose Canyon Fault – San Diego’s Biggest Earthquake Threat06:20

VIDEO: Tour the Rose Canyon Fault – San Diego’s Biggest Earthquake Threat

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We know all about the San Andreas Fault. But there’s a lesser known fault running through the heart of the San Diego, and it has the attention of emergency planners. A geology professor at San Diego State University shows us where you can see signs of the Rose Canyon Fault and how dangerous it could be.