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San Diego beach pollution prompts closures and advisories.
Rise in whooping cough hits County health officials urge vaccinations, especially for pregnant women.
San Diego alerts Golden Hall visitors about a tuberculosis exposure from September 5-28.
13th hantavirus detection in San Diego this year calls for sustained vigilance and proactive prevention measures.
San Diego County reports new Mpox cases, urges JYNNEOS vaccinations ahead of social holidays, targeting both public health and Mpox awareness.
Salmonella cases linked to raw milk rise to 12 in San Diego, health officials advise against its consumption.
E.Coli outbreak linked to San Diegos Miguels Cocina restaurant leads to 13 cases of patrons aged 6-87 affected. Investigation on bacteria source ongoing.
Salmonella outbreak linked to Fresnos raw milk, 9 cases confirmed, warns San Diego County Health officials.
The closures of four Rite Aid stores in San Diego County are attributed to the company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, raising concerns about the impacts on customers.
As flu season approaches, San Diego County offers free flu vaccines at community events to help keep residents healthy and prevent the spread of influenza.
San Diego's Public Health Services launches 'Getting to Zero', a mobile app providing access to vital HIV resources. Find HIV testing locations, treatment providers, and support services easily.
San Diego's MTS and health officials examine possible TB exposure on certain bus and trolley lines. Despite low contraction risk, immunocompromised individuals are advised to stay cautious.
Survivors of suicide attempts often experience a renewed appreciation for life and the opportunity to redefine their purposes. Understanding the chronic struggles these individuals face is vital to awareness and prevention efforts.