Imperial Valley News
- Created on Friday, 11 January 2013 09:34
- Written by NAPSI
Palm Springs, California (NAPSI) - Thousands of women begin menopause every day in the United States. For many women, symptoms of menopause can be tough to get through, especially because they can last for many years. Symptoms such as night sweats can rob women of sleep, and hot flashes can cause embarrassment and anxiety.
- Created on Friday, 11 January 2013 09:32
- Written by NAPSI
Imperial, California (NAPSI) - At one point, Josh described his life as a nightmare. He heard voices compelling him to break into his parents’ homes and take his sister’s car, landing him in jail. He says it is difficult to discuss this period of his life without perpetuating the negative stigma related to his diagnosis of schizophrenia, a condition that affects about 2.5 million American adults.
- Created on Friday, 11 January 2013 09:30
- Written by NAPSI
Imperial, California (NAPSI) - One in five people in the U.S. has some sort of learning disability like dyslexia, yet experts say that for many children, the problem remains undiagnosed far longer than it should.
- Created on Thursday, 10 January 2013 20:11
- Written by Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) today praised President Obama for signing the Pinnacles National Park Act into law. This legislation will elevate the Pinnacles National Monument to a National Park, a change that will draw more national recognition and tourism to an area of California renowned for its natural beauty.
- Created on Thursday, 10 January 2013 20:08
- Written by IVN
Sacramento, California - The 2013-14 Governor’s Budget released today includes funding that will help the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) continue to serve California veterans and their families.
- Created on Thursday, 10 January 2013 19:57
- Written by Tony Rodriguez and Jessica Lyon
Washington, DC - You know that phrase “If it quacks like a duck. . . “? It’s applicable in the Fair Credit Reporting Act context, too. If a company meets the legal definition of a “consumer reporting agency,” it’s a consumer reporting agency. Including a disclaimer that says, in effect, “But we’re not a CRA!” won’t change that. That’s one important takeaway tip from the FTC’s settlement with Filiquarian Publishing, the agency’s first FCRA case involving mobile apps.
- Created on Thursday, 10 January 2013 19:54
- Written by Steve Bellovin - FTC
Washington, DC - The FTC has just announced a broad settlement with Google. Let’s talk about one aspect, the consent order on “standard-essential patents” (SEP). It’s an important issue; the New York Times noted that “legal experts say Google’s settlement with the F.T.C. signals progress in clarifying the rules of engagement in high-tech patent battles, and thus could ease them.”
- Created on Thursday, 10 January 2013 19:47
- Written by CDFA
Sacramento, California - Enrollment in US college and university agriculture programs is up 21 percent since 2006, according to data from the Food and Agriculture Education Information System, a partnership between the USDA, Virginia Tech University and over 200 colleges and departments of agriculture, natural resources and human sciences.
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