Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by San Diego Newscape
San Diego, California - Monday, eight West African dwarf crocodiles began to hatch from eggs at the San Diego Zoo’s Reptile House the first hatching of its kind in the Zoo’s 101-year history. Three baby crocs successfully hatched on their own, keepers assisted a fourth one in hatching, and more were expected to emerge from their eggs throughout the day. The new hatchlings are being cared for behind the scenes and the parents, an 11-year-old female named Yendi and a 50-year-old male named Kumba, can be seen by guests in the West African Forest habitat at Conrad Prebys Africa Rocks.
- Written by John Grimaldi
Paris, Tennessee - You've gotta love Paris in the fall when the most festive of the year's holidays draw near Paris, Tennessee, that is.
- Written by Courtney Carrow
Washington, DC - Beginning this Veterans Day, November 11, myNavyExchange.com is proud to expand its online shopping privileges to all honorably discharged Veterans of the U.S. Military.
- Written by Dr. Glenn Mollette
Washington, DC - Our hearts go out to the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas. The First Baptist Church of this town and the entire community was ambushed in what resulted as the worst mass shooting in Texas history. Twenty-six people are dead and many others are currently fighting for their lives in intensive care. This is heart crushing for this Texas community and all of America as we must conclude no place is safe in America anymore.
- Written by IVPost
Washington, DC - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today expanded the approval of Zelboraf (vemurafenib) to include the treatment of certain adult patients with Erdheim-Chester Disease (ECD), a rare cancer of the blood. Zelboraf is indicated to treat patients whose cancer cells have a specific genetic mutation known as BRAF V600. This is the first FDA-approved treatment for ECD.
- Written by FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D.
Washington, DC - At a time when people are more aware of and engaged in their health care than ever before, genetic risk testing can provide helpful information about an individual’s predisposition for certain diseases and conditions. These tests can prompt consumers to be more engaged in pursuing the benefits of healthy lifestyle choices and more aware of their health risks. Consumers are increasingly embracing genetic health risk (GHR) testing to better understand their individual risk for developing diseases. This engagement prompts some people to make more informed lifestyle choices.
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