Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

According to Science News, researchers have counted 14 diagnosed disorders. This ranges from mental illnesses to neurological events such as brain bleeds six months after the virus infection.

COVID-19 Severe Long Term Effects of the Mind, Muscles, and Organs

Some people who had COVID-19 can experience long-term conditions due to it.
Viviana Reyes, Host of Rio Round Up May 4, 2021

As of now, there has been a reported of 151.8 million COVID-19 cases in the world. About 3.2 million people have died due to COVID-19 since the first case on November 17, 2019. Some people could and have recovered quickly, others have not. Typically it takes about a few weeks to months for people to...

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Johnson and Johnson vaccine being used for a photoshoot with the logo in the background.

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine on Pause

John Rodriguez, News/Photo Editor April 21, 2021

On April 13th, vaccination sites throughout Southern California are pausing distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.  According to the CDC website, nearly more than 6.8 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine had been administered in the United States. There had been many reports of...

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LA County to extend Stay-At-Home orders

Sam Garcia, News Editor May 14, 2020

While Los Angeles County’s stay-at home order technically ends on Friday, residents can expect these restrictions to last through the summer. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer acknowledged as much during a Board of Directors meeting yesterday.  “We are being guided by science and data...

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Record Breaking Flu Season Is Predicted to Linger On

Madelyn Gastelum, Reporter April 18, 2019

The Center for Disease Control, CDC, has reported that the 2018-19 flu season has lasted 27 weeks surpassing the previous 20-week record of the 2014-15 season. On average a typical flu season lasts about 13-19 weeks. The starting mark of the flu season is a prevalence of outbreaks of influenza and...

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Its Actually the Rich who are Spending more Money on Fast Food

It’s Actually the Rich who are Spending more Money on Fast Food

Gilberto Espana, Reporter November 1, 2018
Some would assume that people with less money eat more fast food, but it is not true
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More than 8 Million Adults have Mental Health Issues

Danielle Anzures , Reporter April 25, 2017

More than 8 million adults, around 3.4 percent of the population in the US, have mental health issues and are 10 times more likely to struggle to pay for health care service. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, conducted their annual national health survey where respondents were asked...

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Measles virus continues on

Measles virus continues on

Destinee Ortiz, Staff Writer February 11, 2015

Panic across southern California spreads as the number of infected measles patients increases from the Disneyland outbreak. Since January 7, at least 21 cases of measles have been reported in Los Angeles County.  17 of those cases have been linked to Disneyland. At least 73 cases have been reported...

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