Tag Archives: Health

Mayor Pledges More Funds to Help Tenants

City Inspectors to Get Certified to Handle Infestations Sherry Godat reveals a plywood board in her window frame Nov. 20, 2014. Bankim Shah promised to replace the missing window before she moved in. A friend installed the plywood after months … Continue reading

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Whack-A-Mole City Enforcement Keeps Problem Landlords In Business

The city’s code compliance team knocks out thousands of isolated complaints a year, but does little to hold repeat offenders accountable. Residents and city staff have lodged complaints against one landlord for years, but roaches and mold still fester in … Continue reading

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Glass Pool Enclosure at New YMCA Poses Problem for Muslim Swimmers

Muslim women on the United Women’s East Africa Support Team tour the aquatics center at the Copley-Price Family YMCA Jan. 19, 2015. | Photo Credit: Megan Burks By Megan Burks Imagine a greenhouse. Glass on all sides. A glass barrel … Continue reading

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Youth Photographers Share Snapshot of Health Barriers for Immigrants

Overcoming Barriers to Health – The AjA project from The AjA Project on Vimeo. By The AjA Project Through photography, the young women of Overcoming Barriers to Health collectively identified health issues and then used their images to create a … Continue reading

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En Marcha Periodo de Inscripción de Covered California

Puede solicitar la ayuda de especialistas de inscripción en lugares como este, operado por Catholic Charities en la esquina de University y la Calle 43.| Photo Por City Heights Life Por City Heights Life La ventana de tres meses para … Continue reading

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City Heights Groups Help Residents Get Insured

You can apply for health insurance with the help of enrollment specialists at locations like this one operated by Catholic Charities on the corner of University and 43rd St.| Photo By City Heights Life By City Heights Life A three-month … Continue reading

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Construyendo Un City Heights Más Saludable

The Building Healthy Communities initiative in City Heights is nearing the midpoint of a 10-year effort that so far has resulted in a number of improvements, including a popular farmers market.| Photo Courtesy of City Heights Life Por David Ogul … Continue reading

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Building a Healthier City Heights

The Building Healthy Communities initiative in City Heights is nearing the midpoint of a 10-year effort that so far has resulted in a number of improvements, including a popular farmers market.| Photo Credit: Brian Myers, Media Arts Center San Diego … Continue reading

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El Vecindario Pobre Más Rico de San Diego, Dos Décadas Después

Podríamos llamar a City Heights el vecindario pobre más rico de San Diego. Desde el año 2000, dos fundaciones han invertido más de 250 millones de dólares en el vecindario. Casi la misma cantidad de dinero que la Ciudad de … Continue reading

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Second Opinion: Tales From Year One of Covered California

Video Credit: Nic McVicker, KPBS By Megan Burks Nearly 60 percent of San Diego County residents who were previously uninsured signed up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act in 2014. And as year two begins, more than 300,000 … Continue reading

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