The Chula Vista Training Center welcomed youth along with older adults in the community to experience the fun of the 15th Annual South Bay Intergenerational Games. This half-day event pairs older adults with 3rd grade students for an unforgettable experience of fun, fitness, and intergenerational connection. Almost 100 older adults joined third-graders for physical challenges such […]
The County of San Diego’s Vector Control Program will drop its first batch of larvicide of the year on 48 rivers, streams, ponds and other waterways to kill mosquito larvae Wednesday. (Update 4/19/17: Conditions did not allow all sites to be treated Wednesday. Remaining sites will be treated Thursday.)
A bat found at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park has tested positive for rabies, the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency reported. The bat was found alive on Saturday, April 15 at approximately 3 p.m. near the Oasis Deli in Nairobi Village. Trained park staff collected the bat, which was not […]
County of San Diego officials said Friday that mosquito prevention isn’t just about West Nile virus anymore — it’s also about Zika virus, and people need to dump out standing water around homes to protect themselves and their communities.
In an effort to raise awareness about mental health challenges in the region, the County Health and Human Services Agency and the National Alliance on Mental Illness are sponsoring the 2017 NAMI San Diego 5K Walk/Run and HHSA Wellness Expo.
Fifteen individuals and organizations were honored by the County today for their achievements in improving the health and well-being of San Diego County residents.
Forty-two hepatitis A cases have been reported in the region since November, 2016, more than four times the monthly average typically reported, the County Health and Human Services Agency announced today.