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Getting primary medical care when you're poor or uninsured is challenging everywhere. In some places in California, people can at least tap into extensive county services and flourishing networks of federally financed community clinics.
On a late afternoon in east Sacramento, people jogging on quiet, clean boulevards under leafy sycamore trees pass neatly painted houses with sweeping lawns. Children ride bikes. Owners walk dogs.
It's hard to say which of the things transpiring in a Sacramento Charter High School classroom last week was more unusual: teenagers taking a sonogram of Dr. Charlene Hauser's unborn child or family medicine doctors getting a chance to b...
In the scientific hunt for the causes of autism, researchers at UC Davis may have just picked up a new trail: obesity during pregnancy.
If you're a kid on the streets, jumping from shelter to couch to doorway each night, a square meal isn't likely a part of your regular diet.
A massive public health clinic is coming to Cal Expo.
Attention, teenage (and grown-up) boys: Calling girls "bs" as a friendly greeting is not cool. Nor is commenting on girls' breasts, boasting of your sexual exploits or telling girls they're ugly an...
More and more these days, emergency room staffs see a stream of patients who shouldn't be there.
Sutter Memorial Hospital has joined a small group of birthing centers nationwide that meet the highest international standards for encouraging new mothers to breast-feed their infants. The east Sacramento hospital announced today it has earned...
Syphilis seems like a bygone disease, but it's coming back, particularly in Sacramento.