Tag Archives: Community Health

Study Aims to Locate How San Diego Neighborhoods Affect Health

These three wearable devices will track study participants’ motion and location for two weeks, Nov. 4, 2015. | Photo Credit: David Wagner, KPBS By David Wagner When it comes to where San Diegans live, do wealthier neighborhoods produce healthier people? … Continue reading

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Mid-City Grinds on Community Health in Urban Planning

City Heights skateboarders helped author a report that looks at the health benefits and implications of the skate park coming to their neighborhood. Mid-City CAN youth leader Leslie Renteria and senior researcher on the project Marnie Purciel-Hill talk with KPBS … Continue reading

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Hulu Drama Targets Latino Teen Audience

The writers of “East Los High” draw on a common coming-of-age theme – sex – during their first episode, which centers on a high school dance. But they also explore dialogues common in the predominantly Latino neighborhoods of East Los … Continue reading

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Tweet City Heights: Some Deportations Will Be Dropped

By Megan Burks White House Says It Will Halt Some Deportations The White House announced yesterday it will sift through a backlog of 300,000 deportation cases to weed out “low-priority” deportations. The cases will be dropped, clearing and awarding work … Continue reading

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