Healthy Choices

February 22, 2016 2:00 AM

Sacramento outpaces other cities in heart disease, cancer deaths

New report shows high rates of cancer, heart disease deaths in Sacramento

Transgender soldiers suffer comparable rates of depression and anxiety to non-transgender military

Black and Hispanic young adults more likely than other groups to die of Hodgkin lymphoma

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    Jeffrey Clary, director of the Stebbins Cold Canyon Natural Reserve, says the July 2015 Wragg Fire, which shut the reserve down for a few months, has provided opportunity for study. It is reopening this spring with new trails and new foliage.