Imperial Valley News
Imperial, California (NAPS) - Osteoporosis (bone los) is a serious condition that half of all women and many men can expect to develop at some time in their lives. Fortunately, it can be detected and treated. In fact, women who have a bone density scan have 35 percent fewer hip fractures than those who do not.
San Diego, California (NAPSI) - Part of the magic of travel is leaving yourself open to the unique experiences and unforgettable adventures that come with learning about a new place. Creating an authentic travel experience is all about interacting with the culture of the place you are visiting.
California Medical Supply Company Owner Sentenced to Four Years in Prison in $8.3 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme
Los Angeles, California - A registered nurse who owned a medical supply company was sentenced in Los Angeles to four years in federal prison for her role in an $8.3 million Medicare fraud scheme.
Washington, DC - U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the International Association of Chiefs of Police announced today a fellowship program for CBP law enforcement personnel under the IACP Visiting Law Enforcement Fellow Program. The program is designed to enhance the leadership capabilities of the visiting fellow through exposure to its national and international policy initiatives while simultaneously leveraging the fellows’ skills to support critical IACP policy work.
New Orleans, Louisiana - A jury in New Orleans convicted four employees of medical service clinics yesterday for their roles in a $50 million Medicare fraud scheme.
Former Number Two of Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Charged with Obstructing Federal Investigation into Misconduct at County Jails
Los Angeles, California - Paul Tanaka, 56, who was the second in command of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department (LASD) and William Thomas Carey, 56, who oversaw internal criminal investigations at the LASD, have been indicted on obstruction of justice charges for allegedly directing efforts to quash a federal investigation into corruption and civil rights violations by sheriff’s deputies at two downtown jail complexes.