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Berkeley’s Alta Bates Summit Medical Center is not seismically safe, and there is not enough room to operate the hospital, Sutter Health officials say.
Abdullah Hassan was born in Yemen and traveled to the United States with his father a few months ago to receive treatment in California for a degenerative brain disease. But Abdullah’s mother, a Yemeni national currently living in Egypt, has not been able to obtain a visa.
Parents will, however, be able to request soda if they want to. Along with flavorless milk and water, restaurants will be able to promote sparkling and flavored water with no added sweeteners.
More than two years after the legislation was enacted, state regulators have yet to issue directives for the utilities to write the plans, let alone discuss or examine them for compliance. Meanwhile, police are investigating insensitive photos taken by workers who were cleaning up in the wake of the Camp Fire.
The company is facing thousands of lawsuits alleging that Johnson & Johnson talc powder contained carcinogenic asbestos. J&J officials have maintained that the product is safe, but internal memos examined by Reuters show that it has been a concern behind the company’s closed doors for decades.
The girl’s death while in Border Patrol custody sparked a firestorm over the care and conditions of detention facilities holding migrant children. The Trump administration called the incident “horrific,” but eschewed responsibility for the girl’s death. Meanwhile, her father is questioning the official report of what happened to his daughter.
The findings suggest that the total number of high school students using tobacco surged by 1.3 million between 2017 and 2018. In all that time, the researchers who conduct the survey have never seen a drug’s popularity explode the way vaping did in the past year.
Those 55 and older still represent the largest number of suicides among veterans. Experts say that one of the reasons may be because older men are more likely to reject treatment for mental health issues, which is another big risk factor.
The report suggests the Forest Service response to the Soberanes Fire in 2016 was the result of a “use it or lose it” attitude to spend its entire budget, which had been boosted by $700 million because of a destructive 2015 fire season.
The investigation found that 73 doctors around the country with active medical licenses had been the subject of Food and Drug Administration warning letters alleging serious problems over a five-year period, but only one had been disciplined.