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  • The new school (health) rules

    The new school (health) rules
    Back to school can also mean back to germs, breaks, sprains and concussions. While most of us know kids need a good night's sleep and a good breakfast, just what exactly do experts define as "good"? And what other basics should parents put on their...
  • Passenger on flight from Baltimore to San Diego was infected with measles, officials warn

     
    Passengers aboard a Southwest Airlines flight from Baltimore to Denver and San Diego on Feb. 22 are in danger of contracting measles because one of the passengers was infected with the virus, San Diego County health officials said Saturday. Passengers.......
  • Measles cases rising in California, health officials say

     
    As the summer vacation season nears, measles cases are on the rise in California, driven by unimmunized travelers infected elsewhere who are entering the state, health officials said Friday. "We see that as worrisome," Dr. Gilberto Chavez, deputy director...
  • California's kindergartner vaccination rates below federal goals

     
    Vaccination rates among California's kindergartners are below U.S. goals for 2020, according to a new federal report released Thursday. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that 95% of kindergartners should be vaccinated for nine...
  • Don't take it home with you

     
    A couple of reports out of Europe serve as important reminders that vacations abroad are not only about fun and discovery. Communicable diseases don't take vacations, so it's important that travelers are prepared and informed. In the first report, noted...
  • U.S. denies role in Kenya's Somalia operation

     
    U.S. denies role in Kenya's Somalia operation: The U.S. denied any role in Kenya's invasion of Somalia, as Kenya sentenced a Shabab militant to life in prison for a grenade attack at a crowded bus station....
  • Banjo wars

     
    A Wall Street Journal Online commenter simply posted a link to this video... ...in response to humorist Joe Queenan's essay, "The Only Good Banjo Is a Dead Banjo." Another pointed to Mark Twain's eloquent appraisal: When you want genuine music--music........
  • Somalia's famine eases in some areas

     
    Somalia's famine eases in some areas: Somalia's famine has eased in three of six famine-hit regions, but three areas remain in famine and 250,000 are likely to die of starvation according to the United Nations....
  • After alleged Koran burnings, Afghanistan forces to get new training

     
    After the burning of Muslim holy books enraged Afghans and spurred massive protests, military officials in Afghanistan say all forces there will be trained in how to properly handle religious materials....
  • In Australia: Guess who's coming to dinner?

     
    Gay couples in Australia wanted to get the ear of the prime minister who opposes gay marriage. So they paid more than $33,000 to share her table. The Australian activist group GetUp! bought dinner with Prime Minister Julia Gillard at a charity auction...
  • Eurovision spotlight puts Azerbaijan on defensive

     
    Eurovision, human rights, Azerbaijan, Europe: It’s a kind of “European Idol” -- a flashy international contest to choose the best singer before the eyes of millions of television viewers. When Azerbaijan was chosen to host the 2012...