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People with low vision or blindness often depend on technology to perform everyday tasks. To aid those who rely on innovative tools, vision technology experts will present Tech Day in Merced, a day-long workshop offering information on the lates...
California is deficit-spending its water and has been doing so for a century, according to new research from the University of California.
Yoga can be both a physical and spiritual activity – one yogis often describe as a “transformational journey.” The opportunity to take part in that journey is offered every Sunday morning in Merced, free of charge.
Rodrigo Reyes, a local independent filmmaker, is in the middle of shooting his latest project – one that he hopes will help shine new light on Merced.
The death of actor Robin Williams has triggered a national discussion of suicide – a topic too often dismissed, according to mental health professionals.
Recently, researchers with the university’s Health Sciences Research Institute received approval to conduct patient studies at Children’s Hospital Central California in Madera. Researchers will study the blood of 30 patients with Val...
After months of planning, Merced’s first Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center is ready to open its doors later this month.
Castle Family Health Centers will host its seventh annual Summer Family Health Festival today, where providers will offer a variety of medical screenings free of charge.
A school nurse with the Merced County Office of Education recommends parents start preparing their children physically and mentally a few weeks before the beginning of the school year.
The Los Banos City Council approved to submit a measure for the Nov. 4 ballot that would switch city council elections from at-large to by-district voting during Wednesday’s meeting.