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Oxygen-rich blood generally flows from the heart to the brain, but a new technology aimed at preventing strokes temporarily reverses that path. Surgeons at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa are the first in this region, and among a growing number nationwide, to use the system to channel blood.
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A medical team at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa uses a new blood-flow-reversal system during a patient’s stenting procedure on May 30, 2017.
A medical team at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa uses a new blood-flow-reversal system during a patient’s stenting procedure on May 30, 2017. (Nelvin C. Cepeda / San Diego Union-Tribune)
Applegate explains accounting issues to FEC
Grand jury: San Diego County’s Juvenile Hall in ‘desperate’ need of repairs
Coastal Commission pushes San Onofre hearing to August
Host of SoccerCity launch meeting explains his role in project
Mayor had private meetings with SoccerCity developers
The American Civil Liberties Union says that conditions the city of Vista has placed on protesters who assemble near Rep. Darrell Issa’s district office violate free speech rights and must be removed. Stipulations on a permit granted to Ellen Montanari for weekly protests with hundreds of people.
A campaign to document mistreatment and abuse by Customs and Border Protection officers at ports of entry in San Diego turned up 51 complaints, including allegations of verbal, physical and sexual harassment, according to a report released Wednesday by the American Friends Service Committee. The.
The method used by a deadly virus infects people has been deciphered at last, according to a study published Thursday. Researchers say the knowledge will help in developing a vaccine against Lassa virus, which causes Lassa fever, a hemorrhagic fever similar to Ebola, but much more common. A team.
A magnitude 3.2 earthquake broke 18 miles southeast of Ocotillo Wells at 8:19 a.m. on Thursday — the latest in a series of small earthquakes that have occurred in and around San Diego County’s desert areas. The US Geological Survey says that the quake happened 7.2 miles beneath the desert floor.
It’s no overstatement to call the newly opened Napizza eatery in Encinitas a labor of love. In fact, you could say the same for the company’s last two locations as well. Giulia Colmignoli — who co-founded the Roman-style pizzeria chain five years ago with her husband, Christopher Antinucci — gave.
San Diego’s Rose Canyon fault produces powerful earthquakes more frequently than once believed, but a major temblor isn’t imminent, according to researchers from San Diego State University. SDSU scientists who studied the fault in Old Town determined that the system — which before about 1990 was.
They didn’t quite win a ratings war, but Carlsbad High School and Valley Middle School Broadcast Journalism students did win The National Award of Excellence recently from the Student Television Network. The announcement came recently from officials at the Student Television Network Convention.
CARLSBAD Goddard preschoolers try eco-friendly fun Preschoolers at the Goddard School — which recently became 100 percent solar-powered — celebrated Root For Earth with activities such as gardening, upcycling, and other eco-friendly projects inspired by STEAM (science, technology, engineering.
Several North County students came away with honors at the SkillsUSA California 50th annual State Leadership and Skill Conference, held recently at the Town Country Resort, San Diego. SkillsUSA is a nonprofit partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives, working together to.
The California Highway Patrol is looking for witnesses to back-to-back hit-and-run crashes that badly injured a woman on Interstate 8 in Lakeside Monday. CHP officials said the 29-year-old woman was standing in the westbound lanes west of Lake Jennings Park Road when she was struck by an unknown.
When Bill Stout heard how three Good Samaritans were stabbed, two fatally, while defending strangers on a Portland train Friday, he felt something like “there but for the grace of God go I.” “There was a pang, a twinge of sadness for these bystanders who were just trying to help,” he said. “I thought.
An assistant pastor at a large Carlsbad church was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of multiple counts of molesting a child over the past year, sheriff’s officials said. Matt Tague, 43, was arrested Wednesday, after calling sheriff’s investigators Monday to report the crime himself, said Sheriff’s.
While seated in a packed North County courtroom, a man who admitted he attacked a 7-year-old girl outside a Solana Beach elementary school two years ago was sentenced Wednesday to more than 10 years in prison. Jack Henry Doshay, 24, pleaded guilty in March to one count of kidnapping and one count.
San Diego eighth grader Yash Hande nailed the words “Polynesian” and “demographic” at the Scripps National Spelling Bee Wednesday, but missed becoming a finalist because of vocabulary terms. Hande, who competed in the annual academic event in Washington D.C.this week, vied with 290 other spellers.
Three people formally applied by Wednesday’s deadline to be appointed interim district attorney, and the San Diego County Board of Supervisors will make its choice in June. The applicants are Adam Gordon, a former deputy district attorney now in private practice; Summer Stephan, a current chief.
Can you believe it? Here we are, kinda/sorta close to the start of summer, and San Diego’s daytime high only hit 65 on Wednesday. With the wind chill factor that’s like, what, 63? Maybe 62? Padres huddled in sweaters all afternoon top watchSan Diego beat the Cubs, 2-1, at Petco. Things aren’t about.
President Donald Trump looks poised to withdraw from the Paris climate accord this week, which would likely infuriate supporters of the treaty while pleasing many Republican members of Congress and other hard-line conservatives. “Withdrawing from the Paris agreement is an important and necessary.
Not all college students choose to stick around when they graduate. According to a recent study by Zippia, a career analytics and information website, some states are simply terrible at holding onto their grads.
Toxic flame retardants previously used in mattresses and furniture are also produced by South Pacific sea sponges that manufacture the chemical with the help of bacteria, scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography revealed in a new study. The finding is the latest chapter in a story of.