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This week is going to be a hot one!

This week is going to be a hot one!

High temperatures over the next week in San Diego, particularly the deserts, are cause for extra precaution. Residents are advised to stay cool, avoid activities that may cause overheating, and pay extra attention to older adults, people with chronic medical conditions, young children and pets because they are more susceptible to heat illness.

Hello Yellow Tier, goodbye Tier System!

Hello Yellow Tier, goodbye Tier System!

After registering a case rate of less than two COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents for two consecutive weeks, the County will move to the Yellow Tier of the state’s reopening framework beginning Wednesday, June 9.

Petco Park returns to full capacity on June 17th for ‘San Diego’s Opening Day’

Petco Park returns to full capacity on June 17th for ‘San Diego’s Opening Day’

Following the State of California’s update today on their full reopening plan for June 15th, the Padres are excited to announce that Petco Park will open to 100% capacity for the first time in over a year and a half beginning with the Thursday, June 17th game against the Cincinnati Reds at 5:40 p.m. PT.

How to lift COVID-19 brain fog

How to lift COVID-19 brain fog

Kids say the darndest things. Follow any of the famously funny parent bloggers on social media and you'll learn some of their cute toddlers call donuts "cake bagels," name escalators "robot stairs" and refer to a head of lettuce as a "salad ball."

National Center of Transgender Equality to host webinar on vaccine confidence

National Center of Transgender Equality to host webinar on vaccine confidence
With the world opening back up, and vaccination appointments becoming readily available, this is a friendly reminder to join us on Thursday, May 20th at 8 pm EST (5 pm PST) for a community webinar featuring a panel of health care experts and trans leaders on the importance of getting vaccinated when it

Rady Children's Hospital now vaccinating kids ages 12 and up.

Rady Children's Hospital now vaccinating kids ages 12 and up.

Great news! This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gave final approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for emergency usage in adolescents 12 to 15 years old.

Rady Children’s is now scheduling appointments for anyone in our community 12 years of age and older. This means we can continue the important work of protecting our kids, our community and each other.

Donut lovers can enjoy Fitness Donuts without the guilt

Donut lovers can enjoy Fitness Donuts without the guilt

Almost everyone loves donuts. Be it from Krispy Kreme, the classic locally-owned mom and pop donut shop, or a hipster-style craft beer and donut joint, donuts are America’s favorite breakfast treat.