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Vaccines need to be kept within a certain temperature range to remain effective. Ventura officials are urging anyone who may have been effected to get new shots.
Investigators have been probing whether the power giant’s equipment ignited the deadly Camp Fire at the end of last year. Geisha Williams has run the company since March 2017.
California-based Juul has launched a new $10 million ad campaign focusing on the pitch that e-cigarettes are helping curb the country’s smoking habits. But experts are saying the new image relies on revisionist history.
Rates of drug and alcohol abuse among LGB youth were also double that of their straight peers, and more than 60 percent reported feeling consistently sad for two weeks or more. “California is lucky to have the strongest statewide LGBT civil rights protections in the country but we know that that doesn’t necessarily translate to full, lived equality and that too many members of the LGBTQ community in California have unfortunately been left behind,” said Samuel Garrett-Pate, spokesman for Equality California.
Administration officials are debating whether they could divert some of the $13.9 billion allocated for disaster aid without President Donald Trump declaring a national emergency. Media outlets offer looks on how the shutdown is impacting the country, from food safety inspections to domestic violence survivors to the clean up of superfund sites.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, however, said that high-risk food surveillance inspections will resume soon. The shutdown’s impact is being felt across many sectors, including drug approvals, pollution inspections, and approval of mergers such as the CVS-Aetna deal.
The Department of Managed Health Care found 44 instances where Molina violated state statutes and regulations, including 13 incidents where an enrollee’s grievance was not adequately considered, investigated and rectified.
Dr. Fred Meyers at the UC Davis School of Medicine is looking at veterans’ cases where the go-to treatment won’t work. But Meyers says the work on precision medicine will benefit civilians, as well.
“Contaminated lettuce that made people sick in this outbreak should no longer be available,” the CDC said Wednesday. While there were no deaths, 25 people were hospitalized.
It’s unclear how serious the threat, delivered via Twitter, is, but California officials are worried. “Disasters and recovery are no time for politics. I’m already taking action to modernize and manage our forests and emergency responses,” Gov. Gavin Newsom responded.