Facilities like Serena Senior Care in Rosarito, where about 75 percent of clients are American, are at the forefront of what could become a growing trend in Southern California senior care.
Atkins tries to delay the vote to replace her, minimum wage bill gets shelved and the week in people-made-of-paper news.
Rep. Scott Peters says he’s flabbergasted people are portraying his opponent, Republican Carl DeMaio, as a moderate.
Navigating health care through the VA can be tricky, and the local system has scaled back its outreach efforts to explain what’s available.
San Diego County’s proposed budget includes lots of attempts to restore funding to programs that had been slashed during the economic downturn, and to expand others.
A state computer glitch is holding up Medi-Cal applications across California, delaying health coverage for thousands of San Diegans.
After 13 years of being an insurer’s worst nightmare, I just heard some wonderful words: The insurance company will see you now.
Breaking down who asked Second Opinion questions, where they live and whether they support Obamacare.
Touching on everything from Obamacare to the homeless faction inside the new Central Library, these opinions made the biggest splash on our site.
A La Jolla resident wants to know if she can window-shop on Covered California if she has a health savings account.