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It’s hard to quibble with a $185,000, few-strings-attached gift aimed at making our community healthier, even when that money is split between eight entities. Alliance Healthcare Foundation announced this week that it had awarded $25,000 each to...
A blood drive is set for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at El Centro Regional Medical Center. Healthy individuals at least 15 years of age may donate blood, though 15- and 16-year-olds must provide Desert Blood Services with written parental consent....
As part of National Health Center Week, Clinicas de Salud del Pueblo in Brawley has been selected as the HIV Primary Care Health Center of the Month by a national AIDS prevention advocacy group in recognition of its work integrating HIV into primary care....
African Children’s Choir presents the Young African’s in “Our African Dream” tour at the Jimmie Cannon Theater for Performing Arts hosted by First Christian Church at 7 p.m. tonight. The Young Africans are a gifted group of...
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One hundred people braved blustery winds, cool temperatures and even a little rain Thursday evening in El Centro to find out more about AIDS and show support for those who have been ravaged by it. Twenty years ago there wouldn’t have been...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterAbout 100 people braved bitterly cold winds and slight rain Thursday night to attend the World AIDS Day Family Expo. The event featured about 15 organizations such as Clinicas del Salud, White Cross Pharmacy and March of Dimes who distributed health...
Almost nightly, the scanner traffic in our newsroom gives us a glimpse into the lives of those living with or caring for people with dementia. Inevitably the descriptions paramedics detail of their often-elderly patients include these words: “...
Staff WriterFor more than 20 years, Dec. 1 has been a day to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, and Imperial County will take part of this global outreach movement with its own World AIDS Day expo. This free event is hosted by the World AIDS Day Planning Committee,...
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Imperial Valley College recently informed me via e-mail that it will be giving free flu shots to students only. The fee that students pay as a “student fee” covers it. However, it is on a first come, first served basis. So, say if I have a...
Addiction is baffling in its predictability, and just when you think you understand it, again, the rope-a-dope. Likewise with addiction science, probably one of the least understood medical disciplines, as it encompasses biology, physiology and...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterLocals in the medical community are greatly concerned about recent trends in local HIV testing where Hispanics have been testing positive for HIV in preliminary results. Franko V. Guillen, Walgreens Community Pharmacy HIV specialist and community...
Advanced technology in HIV testing seems to be revealing what some local public health officials have suspected all along — that there are likely more men and women living with the disease in the Imperial and Mexicali valleys then what the...
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