As a cancer survivor and former emergency department physician, La Jolla resident Carolyn Barber has seen the good, the bad and the ugly of the medical field.
Telemedicine nurse Joe Bautista collects favorite songs from coronavirus patients to help build rapport.
The district is taking the letters out of federally funded grocery boxes that it distributes to families in need.
His research helped lead to the Montreal Protocol, a treaty to repair the atmosphere.
“The mask is your first line of defense,” Kimberly Prather, a professor of atmospheric chemistry at UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography, said during an Oct. 5 news conference about the need for clearer public health guidelines to combat the coronavirus.
The immune system’s best chance at fighting off the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is to work as a single unified force, something that doesn’t happen as readily in older adults, according to a study by scientists at the La Jolla Institute for Immunology.