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Wildfires in the Sierra Nevada are bringing smoke to the Valley air basin, triggering respiratory problems for Merced residents. Local air officials expect this pattern to continue through the weekend.
A stay in the hospital can be a monotonous experience, but the harmonious sound of a guitar or violin can help raise a patient’s spirit and maybe even put a smile on their face. Mercy Medical Center’s Volunteer Music Program strives ...
Three out of four children in California with mental health needs don’t get treatment, according to a new report. In Merced County, this statistic sounds accurate, but only for the time frame the report’s data was collected, mental h...
With the second open enrollment period approaching this fall, Covered California representatives and Merced County health officials discussed ways to increase the number of insured residents in the area during Thursday’s Health Consortium ...
More than 25,000 people in the San Joaquin Valley, including Merced residents, are caught in a statewide backlog of unprocessed Medi-Cal applications that officials are working to resolve in the next six weeks.
In representation of the 11 million undocumented workers in the country, 11 mothers accompanied by supporters embarked on a 400-mile walk from Merced to the U.S.-Mexico border on Tuesday morning.
West Nile-carrying mosquitoes have been detected in Merced County – the first indication of local virus activity this year, officials at the Mosquito Abatement District said Monday.
Water quality can be a concern for many, especially in some areas of the Central Valley where several contamination problems have been recently reported.
Researchers at UC Merced and UCSF-Fresno recently completed a literature review on Valley Fever, scheduled to be published later this month in the scientific journal “Microbes and Infection.”
Physical activity among adults and teens is on the rise, according to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.