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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 17, 1985 | DAVID SMOLLAR, Times Staff Writer
Officials with the county's trauma care system on Thursday discounted any increased risk to North County residents from the removal of a Life Flight medical helicopter to San Diego from a base in Oceanside.
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NEWS
May 20, 1994
As a doctoral student with several years of academic and professional experience in the field of child abuse, I must take exception to Jill Neimark's review of Leonard Simon's book "Dissociated States" ("Couched in Lusty Mind Games, Thriller Is Out to Make Charts," May 10). Neimark accuses Simon of not providing even "the least dollop of realism" in his depiction of multiple personality disorder, a condition whose only known cause is severe early childhood trauma (usually child abuse)
OPINION
April 26, 2007
Re "Hamas fires a barrage, ends truce," April 25 Truce? What truce? Terrorists in Gaza have been firing Kassam rockets almost daily into southern Israel, causing severe damage and human trauma, since the ill-named "truce" began in November. Or does The Times' definition of "truce" allow for rocket fire as long as it does not result in large body counts? Have we become this insensitive to violence? BEVERLY JACOBS Irvine
OPINION
September 24, 2004
With the L.A. County medical trauma system in crisis, placing an article about James Fuhrman ("Ethics Watchdog Drops Chase in W. Hollywood," Sept. 21) on the front page and the story about King/Drew Medical Center back in the California section defies belief. Fuhrman's impact on this community has been minuscule by any standard, at best resulting in a reduction in meal expenses charged to the city by officials. This story belongs on the comics page; Fuhrman is a joke, not real news.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 2013 | By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
SAN DIEGO - A student at Ramona High School in northeast San Diego County died Wednesday hours after being hit in the chest with a ball, officials said The 16-year-old sophomore was playing over-the-line, a softball-like sport, during a P.E. class when he was struck by a line drive. He later collapsed and was taken to a local hospital, where he was declared dead. His name has not been released. Principal Tony Newman said the ball being used is even softer than a normal softball.
NEWS
November 17, 1993 | LYNN SMITH
Do children who watched the firestorms on TV really need much help with fire-related fears? No, says Justin Aronfreed, University of Pennsylvania psychology professor. "Children are very resilient. They're not as easily terrorized and paralyzed as many experts would like us to think," he says. Most of what parents hear about the effects of perceived disaster on children is opinion, he says.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 29, 1991
I have just read the article regarding Laura Small's judgment involving the mountain lion mauling of the little girl in Caspers Park ("County to Appeal Award to Girl Who Was Mauled," Sept. 18). I find it difficult to believe that the County Board of Supervisors wants to appeal the court's decision. The county had an obligation to issue warnings regarding the dangers involved. The park rangers should have made the public aware. Haven't this child and her family been through enough?
BUSINESS
July 25, 1995 | Compiled by Jack Searles
3M Camarillo has been named Employer of the Year by the Ventura County/Santa Barbara County chapter of the California Assn. of Rehabilitation and Reemployment Professionals. The award was given "as a result of a decade-old pledge to return employees back into the work environment," said Bob Michels, the plant's manufacturing manager. Also honored was the facility's health care nurse, Darlene Rose. She said 3M's disability management program provides both physical and emotional support.
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