Category archives for: Health & Science

To Your Health: Caring for Loved Ones with Dementia

Nearly everyone forgets where they left the car keys or the name of someone they met just minutes ago. For most of us, such absentmindedness is common and not a concern. Dementia, however, is a completely different matter. Dementia is characterized by serious cognitive impairment, such as significant memory loss, confusion, and behavioral changes.

UCSD breaks ground on medical research facility and diabetes center

The Altman family (from left): Lindsay, Andy, Jessie, Lisa and Steve at the Jan. 10 groundbreaking ceremony for UC San Diego’s new Clinical and Translational Research Institute. The family pledged $10 million toward the facility, to include a pediatric diabetes research center.

UC San Diego broke ground on its new $269 million Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute

La Jolla Institute board member Leroy Hood awarded prestigious National Medal of Science

Dr. Leroy Hood

Renowned scientist Leroy Hood, M.D., Ph.D. has been awarded the National Medal of Science, the nation’s highest honor bestowed upon scientists.

To your health: Treat glaucoma early and save your sight

If you’re not having vision problems, do you really need an annual eye exam?

Scripps marine biologist shares findings about the deepest spot on Earth

Scripps’ marine biologist Doug Bartlett describes gigantism among crustaceans found nearly seven miles below the surface of the ocean.

“The most exciting dive was the very first one,” said Doug Bartlett, marine biologist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

Eye on Science: Six local researchers to watch in 2013

Natasha Balac is director of the Predictive Analytics Center of Excellence (

Scripps Partners with WomenHeart to focus on women’s heart health

What is the greatest threat to women’s health? Surprisingly, it isn’t breast cancer —

International Bipolar Foundation acquires National Bipolar Foundation

International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF) recently announced the acquisition of the National Bipolar Foundation (NBF)

To Your Health: Diabetes: Past, Present and Future

Banting and his assistant tested their insulin extract on their first human subject, a 14-year-old boy with severe diabetes who was close to death

Generation Stress? Expert has advice on raising resilient, successful kids

Parenting expert Michele Borba speaks to parents about helping kids manage stress in a talk held at The Bishop’s School.

some students are burned out before college even begins while others break like china at the first failure they experience without a parent around


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  • Del Mar residents embark on Roosevelt Centennial Expedition to Amazon October 25, 2014
    It’s been a century since Theodore Roosevelt explored the uncharted River of Doubt — a journey that nearly killed the former president. To mark the centennial, two Del Mar residents recently kicked off their own scientific expedition of the Amazon River. “We’re paying homage to that expedition,” said Jeffrey Lehmann, a fourth-generation Del Mar resident, who […]
  • Del Mar Powerhouse 11U finalists in XDS Battle of the Bats tournament October 25, 2014
    Del Mar Powerhouse 11U boys battled through a deep field of competition to reach the finals last weekend in the 2014 XDS Battle of the Bats tournament in Chula Vista. […]
  • ‘Hallow II’ nightclub-style fundraising event to be held exclusively for high schoolers October 25, 2014
    NL Productions presents “Hallow II,” a one —night nightclub from 7:30-11:30 p.m. at the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center, with a Halloween theme that’s exclusive to San Diego high school students. The event fosters a safe, drug- and alcohol-free environment while maintaining an exciting and energetic club-like atmosphere. […]