Legoland Buddy's Brick Bunch child ambassadors - including Jack Hammond, 11, Lakeland, left to right, Alexander Rodriquez, 9, Orlando, Aidan Handley, 8, Weston, Alek Schoneck, 11, Sanford, Julianna Willette, 11, Largo, and Angela Winiewicz, 9, Orlando, on Sunday christened the main component of The World of Chima water ride. The celebration took place as the first watercraft vehicle was ...
A 52-year-old Escondido man died in a car accident in Poway Wednesday after his vehicle struck a brick wall and then a metal pole, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department ...
The state Legislature is reversing course on a move to make certain provisions of the California Public Records Act optional for local ...
The Board’s meeting on Wednesday began discussing the 5.5 mile portion of toll road, that’s proposed to go from Oso Parkway near Tesoro High School to Cow Camp Road near Ortega Highway in San Juan ...
A lawsuit over a fading, painted sign on a historic downtown building has now become political ammunition for critics of a proposed "arts and entertainment" ...
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Those like myself who have spent time thinking and writing about horror films routinely cite Alfred Hitchcocks Psycho (1960) as a crucial turning point in the genre when horror was firmly relocated from external monsters in safely distant and exotic lands to the heart of t ... ...
will rush for 1,000 yards this season. - Zach Graben Ricky Henne: False - No knock on Ryan, and I'm not putting it past him to reach it, but I think the running backs will split the load enough to limit Mathews from reaching the 1,000-yard plateau. I think he will come close but fall just short. Rather than repeating last year's disappointing season, I expect a version closer to ...
SD@SF: Guzman takes Bumgarner deep for a solo shot SAN FRANCISCO -- Pinch-hitter Gregor Blanco's two-run triple in the seventh inning on Wednesday lifted the Giants to a 4-2 victory over the Padres before a sold-out crowd of 41,866 at AT&T Park. With one out in the seventh, Padres pitcher Eric Stults allowed a single to Tony Abreu. Stults was lifted for reliever Luke Gregerson, who ...
A recently-hatched Caribbean flamingo chick lets its mother know it's ready for a snack. This baby bird is one of seven Caribbean flamingo chicks hatched this year at the San Diego Zoo. The zoo has a total of 118 Caribbean flamingos. Zookeepers say flamingo chicks are the "size of a tennis ball with legs" when first ...
Madison Bumgarner struck out eight batters over seven solid innings and San Francisco overcame a late deficit Wednesday in its 4-2 win over San Diego. Bumgarner (7-4) handled the Padres on three hits, allowing a pair of runs while overcoming four walks. The left-hander notched a third win in three starts with the 111-pitch performance. Jake Dunning tossed a scoreless eighth ...
According to court documents, Border Patrol agents got a call around midnight that Martin was going the wrong way on I-8 near Pine Valley. Agents say he failed to yield so they deployed spike strips and were able to pull him ...
Our nuclear programmes are completely transparent. But we are ready to show greater transparency and make clear for the whole world that the steps of the Islamic Republic of Iran are completely within international frameworks. The sanctions are unfair, the Iranian people are suffering, and our (nuclear) activities are legal. These sanctions are illegal and only benefit Israel.
Iran's president-elect was speaking after his historic election victory.
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The herpes simplex virus type-1 (HSV-1), which affects an estimated 50 to 80 percent of all American adults, exploits an immune system receptor to boost its infectivity and ability to cause disease, according to researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and colleagues.
HSV-1 is a persistent and problematic pathogen. Typically, it infects victims through oral secretions (kissing, sharing a contaminated toothbrush) or through openings in the skin.
In healthy people, the result may be cold sores or fever blisters. In people with compromised immune systems, HSV-1 can pose more serious and chronic health problems.
It can spread, for example, to organs like the brain, lungs and liver, where the infection may become life-threatening. Some patients, such as those with atopic dermatitis - a common form of eczema that accounts for roughly 20 percent of all dermatologic referrals, are especially vulnerable to serious complications stemming from an HSV-1 infection.
Led by principal investigator Richard L. Gallo, MD, PhD, professor of medicine and chief of UC San Diego's Division of Dermatology, the scientists found that HSV-1 launches an infection by binding to receptors on the surface of skin cells. ...
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