Everything was working for Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner in his last start against the Braves. So much so that he took a no-hitter into the sixth inning before Chris Johnson hit a bloop single to right-center field to break up the bid. "He certainly has the command and the stuff," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said after the game, agreeing that Bumgarner possesses no-hit ...
SD@SF: Guzman's two-run shot puts Padres up late SAN FRANCISCO -- Disappointed but not disenchanted, Chase Headley sat in front of his locker Tuesday night and talked about the one that got away. The game: The Giants scoring twice in the eighth inning for a 5-4 victory over the Padres before a crowd of 41,884 at AT&T Park. The streak: Seven consecutive victories, vanquished when ...
SAN DIEGO -; The federal government finally spoke up Monday in the San Diego Hospice bankruptcy case, saying it is owed $112 million for "false claims for payment" in 2009 and ...
WINTER HAVEN, FL -- June 16, 2013 -- LEGOLAND Florida's Buddy's Brick Bunch child ambassadors - including Jack Hammond, Age 11, Lakeland, FL, left to right, Alexander Rodriquez, Age 9, Orlando, FL, Aidan Handley, Age 8, Weston, FL, Alek Schoneck, Age 11, Sanford, FL, Julianna Willette, Age 11, Largo, FL, and Angela Winiewicz, Age 9, Orlando, FL - christened Sunday, June 16, the main ...
The fountain at the heart of the Plaza de Panama in Balboa Park. The Plaza will be used as a "Celebration Plaza" for the 2015 ...
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Writing five years ago about Will Ferrells initial step out of his comedic comfort zone into more dramatic acting in the off-beat Hollywood dramedy Stranger Than Fiction (2006), I described Ferrells performance as fine, although its really just subdued; Ferrell never g ... ...
Email SAN FRANCISCO -- As a reward to helping a tired bullpen with three scoreless innings against Toronto on May 31, Nick Vincent was promptly sent back to Triple-A Tucson. The Padres needed a fresh arm to replenish the bullpen and, nothing against Vincent, but someone -- with Minor League options -- had to go. Vincent again helped save the Padres on Monday night when he tossed two scoreless ...
Email SAN FRANCISCO -- The Padres have signed veteran outfielder Ben Francisco to a Minor League contract and have sent him to Triple-A Tucson. Francisco was designated for assignment by the Yankees on May 26 and was released on June 3. He hit .114 in 44 at-bats with the Yankees and had one home run. Francisco, 31, has played with six Major League teams over parts of seven seasons. He signed ...
Email SAN FRANCISCO -- There was really only one way to describe Will Venable's disposition Monday as the Padres and the Giants headed to the 12th inning. "Will was mad," said Padres manager Bud Black. Venable, the Padres' center fielder, was 1-for-7 with two strikeouts and had personally stranded eight runners on base. He even failed to get two bunts down as well. So when ...
Undercover detectives raided Neighbor Korner Market Monday night. They discovered three electronic gaming machines inside the convenience store and car ...
Although the measure passed Tuesday, it will be months before new any new policies are put into place. The Chief Administrative Officer has four months to research ways to streamline the process and create a ...
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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