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Health Center Partners Announces its Member Health Centers Earn Quality Awards, Funding for Technologic Advancements

Nearly $15 million in federal funding will enable San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial County community health centers to advance health equity and health outcomes in medically underserved communities ...

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Ocean Hills Senior Living to Offer Health and Wellness Event- October 14

Attendees May Sample Blue Zones Cuisine and Learn About New Services Oceanside CA— Northstar Senior Living, a recognized leader in the senior living industry, announced that its Ocean ...

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Salk Team Launches Phase I Clinical Trial for Alzheimer’s Therapy

The compound being studied, CMS121, was first developed and studied at Salk La Jolla CA— “CMS121 is acting through a completely different pathway than most people have been ...

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Scripps Research Front Row Lecture Series – October 13, 2021

La Jolla CA— Scripps Research is hosting a virtual front-row lecture on October 13, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. This lecture is titled “Unlocking new insights into brain-gut communication, ...

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Scripps Research Biochemist Jeffery Kelly wins Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences

Scientist focused on the origami of proteins recognized for inventing treatment for heart and neurological diseases, with relevance for Alzheimer’s La Jolla CA— Pioneering biochemist Jeffery Kelly, PhD, ...

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Five Tips for Seniors to Keep on their Feet During Fall Prevention Week

By Simona Valanciute President/CEO, San Diego Oasis Many things can cause a fall – tripping over a rug, slipping on water, vertigo, muscle weakness, and certain medications to ...

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Scripps Research Front Row Lecture- September 15

Getting to the heart of the matter: Precision therapies for age-related neurodegenerative diseases La Jolla CA— Scripps Research is hosting a virtual Front Row Lecture on September 15, ...

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Research Reveals how Subtle Changes in a MicroRNA May lead to ALS

Salk researchers find a tipping point in genetic changes, leading to the development of disease in an animal model La Jolla CA— When people think about the connection ...

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Impact of COVID Pandemic Takes Toll on Health Care Workforce

Substantially more open positions now at Scripps than before pandemic San Diego CA— Significant health care workforce shortages, combined with an increase in COVID-19 cases and non-COVID patient ...

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Scripps Research Front Row Lecture on Harnessing the Power of the Microbiota to Boost Immunity – August 18

La Jolla CA— The trillions of bacteria, or “microbiota,” that reside in our gut emit chemical signals that enhance our immunity and help fight disease. Scripps Research professor ...

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Salk Institute Among Cross-collaborative Teams gifted $220 million by Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance

Gift will fund research into molecular underpinnings of peak athletic performance La Jolla CA— A Salk Institute team led by Professor Satchin Panda, along with teams from five ...

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Summer Home Safety Tips for Seniors

By Dr. Ross Colt Medical Director, Gary and Mary West PACE The world is opening back up. There’s a sense of relief in the air, but also anxiety. ...

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Scripps Health Has Opened Comprehensive Rehab Center

Outpatient facility in Encinitas includes latest diagnostic and therapeutic technologies Encinitas CA— Scripps Health has opened a new comprehensive rehabilitation services center, offering a full range of physical, ...

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“Bad fat” Suppresses Killer T Cells from Attacking Cancer

Salk researchers identify how tumors cause immune cells to lose their ability to fight cancer, opening new avenues for therapies La Jolla CA— In order for cancer to ...

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Research Advances One Step Closer to Stem Cell Therapy for Type 1 Diabetes

Salk research shows how to optimize the production of insulin-producing cells from stem cells La Jolla CA— Type 1 diabetes, which arises when the pancreas doesn’t create enough ...

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