Spring 2019

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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

Screen Time and Your Health

Some screen time is unavoidable, but excessive use can lead to problems down the line

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Long-term Allergy Relief is Here

Sublingual immunotherapy may put an end to seasonal allergies for good

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Let’s taco-bout free margaritas and Insiders

Get ready for tequila, lime and a taco showdown at Puesto.

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Let’s Celebrate Doctors’ Day

Say thanks to your Scripps doctor (or whole team!) with a donation in their name

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Four Questions With…Josh Malmuth, Creator of New NBC Sitcom Set in South Park

“Abby’s” introduces viewers to an illegal bar in a South Park backyard—and the very San Diego characters who frequent it.

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Where to Brunch and Egg Hunt This Easter

Egg hunting—and brunching—await at these Easter celebrations.

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Following In Her Father's Footsteps

Hiking and medicine go hand-in-hand for Scripps’ father-daughter doctor duo

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Injury-proof Your Workout

Six tips to help you remain pain-free, head to toes

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The Vape Debate

Two Scripps doctors weigh in on this dangerous trend

Kaiser Permanente San Diego Makes Life Easier

Kaiser Permanente brings high quality, affordable care to San Diegans when and where they need it
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