(Newswise)–Older adults with long-term exposure to higher levels of pollution are at higher risk for hospitalization for pneumonia, according to researchers in Canada. “Our study found that among older individuals, long-term exposure to traffic pollution independently increased their risk of hospitalization for pneumonia,” said principal investigator, Mark Loeb, M.D., of McMaster University. The research will […]
Archives for December 2009
CARLSBAD–Geiger Law Office, a Carlsbad-based estate and business planning firm, has announced their relocation to 2701 Loker Avenue West, Suite 150 in Carlsbad. The official move date was December 15. “The practice is growing so rapidly, we needed to increase our space,” said the firm’s principal attorney, Brenda Geiger. Geiger adds, “The new office also […]
SAN DIEGO–In an effort to better understand who San Diego State University consulted with prior to eliminating the local admissions guarantee, the Education Consortium submitted a public records act request in October. What they got back was over 2,000 pages that failed to include significant documents encompassed in the request.
SAN DIEGO–After the threat of a court order forced Fallbrook High School to allow publication of a previously censored article and editorial in the student newspaper, the Fallbrook Union High School District voted to settle a lawsuit brought by the ACLU and Bostwick & Jassy LLP to enforce the free speech rights of student journalists […]
The first big piece of the new County Operations Center is now open. The state-of-the-art building houses the Medical Examiner, County Veterinarian and Department of Environmental Health. It is a LEED Silver building, with the latest in energy saving design and technology.
SAN DIEGO-HSBCAMPS, LLC, the youth basketball camp dedicated to bringing kids face-to-face with the pros through individualized training, is hitting the courts of Eastlake High School in Chula Vista for the second year in a row, from June 14 – 17, 2010.