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Secondhand smoke and vape in the time of COVID

  By: Dana Stevens In the time of COVID-19, we are reminded every day of the importance of lung health and have all come to appreciate breathing clean fresh air. We are reminded that what we do affects other people’s health. Likewise, what they do impacts our health. Just as…

Puff Bar Takes Aim at Teens – FDA Fires Back

As families try to navigate the new normal of school-from-home and family routine disruption during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new tobacco campaign is taking direct aim at youth. Puff Bar’s online campaign promises that their e-cigarettes will return sanity as the “perfect escape from the back-to-back zoom calls and parental…

COVID-19 Could be More Serious for Smokers

As many of us continue working from home, schooling from home, and practicing safety precautions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are still focused on staying healthy more than ever.    One way to stay healthy is by practicing smoking cessation. Recent studies revealed that smoking doubles your risk of developing respiratory infections, like COVID-19. Smoking also doubles…

Warm and mostly clear through Thursday

Warm and clear skies for Wednesday and Thursday. The warm-up is short lived because near average conditions return Friday and Saturday.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

2020 Mayoral Town Hall

Meals on Wheels San Diego and San Diego Oasis will host an online town hall with San Diego mayoral candidates Barbara Bry and Todd Gloria at 11 a.m.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

County withdraws from application for East County housing project

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – An application for state funding to convert a shuttered hotel into housing for more than 100 homeless people in La Mesa was withdrawn Tuesday by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. The board voted 3-2 to withdraw an application to the state’s Homekey Program which…

Concerts in your Car

Concerts in your Car          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Encinitas couple receives $60,000 COVID cruise refund

Retired Superior Court Judge Marshall Hockett and his wife Debbie wrote letters and kept calling the cruise company until they were reimbursed.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

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