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Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

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  • Canisters found in Claremont dorm after possible 'huffing' death

    Canisters found in Claremont dorm after possible 'huffing' death
    Police found empty nitrous oxide canisters in a Claremont McKenna dorm room where a student was thought to have fatally inhaled the gas, KTLA reported. Claremont police received a call around 12:55 a.m. Friday about an unconscious male who had been...
  • Oklahoma tornado survivor describes friend's heroism

    Oklahoma tornado survivor describes friend's heroism
    A few hours after a massive tornado tore through the Oklahoma City area, ravaging neighborhoods and two elementary schools and killing at least 51 people, Edie Cordray sent an urgent message to members of her church in nearby Norman. "Please pray for my...
  • 'Our hearts are broken,' Oklahoma governor says of trapped kids

    'Our hearts are broken,' Oklahoma governor says of trapped kids
    Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin spoke directly to citizens in her devastated state Monday night, saying, 'We are looking under every single piece of debris” for the missing after a massive tornado ripped apart the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore. “...
  • After tornado, Obama offers support to Oklahoma governor

    WASHINGTON--President Obama called Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin on Monday evening to offer federal support for the communities hit by a devastating tornado, the White House said in a statement. Obama expressed his concern for those affected and offered all...
  • Claremont McKenna student may have died 'huffing' nitrous oxide

    Authorities are investigating the death of a Claremont McKenna student who died early Friday morning after apparently "huffing," or inhaling, laughing gas, officials said. Claremont Police received a call around 12:55 a.m. Friday about an unconscious...
  • Botched robbery leads to N.Y. student's death -- by police

    Botched robbery leads to N.Y. student's death -- by police
    It wasn't like the movies. Seven of the police officer's bullets hit the robber. An eighth hit a hostage, Andrea Rebello. Both were killed, and a standoff was over. The repercussions, however, had just begun. The death of the 21-year-old Hofstra...
  • Roommate of slain Army veteran held on $1-million bail

    Roommate of slain Army veteran held on $1-million bail
    The roommate of Maribel Ramos is expected to appear in court Tuesday on suspicion of murder after the missing Army veteran was found dead Thursday near Modjeska Canyon in Orange County, authorities said. Ramos, a 36-year-old Cal State Fullerton...
  • Smokeless tobacco use among U.S. kids and teens has leveled off

    Smokeless tobacco use among U.S. kids and teens has leveled off
    After years of decline, the rate of smokeless tobacco use among young people has leveled off, new research shows. In 2011, 5.2% of middle school and high school students in the U.S. reported using snuff, chewing tobacco or dipping tobacco at least...
  • Patient is out of network, out of luck

     Patient is out of network, out of luck
    A worrisome abdominal pain drove Jalal Afshar to seek treatment last year at healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente. The Pasadena resident and Kaiser member had lived for years with a rare condition known as Castleman's disease, which affects the lymph...
  • Union for UC patient-care workers authorizes strike for May 21, 22

    The union representing nearly 13,000 University of California patient-care workers announced plans Friday to strike later this month, but UC officials said they would seek a restraining order to prevent any such action. The American Federation of State,...
  • Unsolved mystery of woman's poisoning stokes passions in China

    BEIJING — She was a promising student at Beijing's prestigious Tsinghua University, a talented musician who loved to swim and dreamed of studying German and computer science. But in her sophomore year, Zhu Ling began suffering acute stomach...