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The Physician’s Assistant Board of California is considering disciplinary actions that may lead to the license revoking of former physician assistant Richard Hernandez Regalado.
UC Merced’s Health Sciences Research Institute is taking the next step in educating residents about valley fever by leading a 12-lecture series designed to tackle questions about combating the illness and its effect on the community.
More than 120 individuals were enrolled for either Covered California or Medi-Cal last week during an Affordable Care Act outreach and enrollment event put on by several Merced-area nonprofit organizations and public agencies.
Prices at the gas pump are spiking once again.
Add this to the ever-expanding list of ludicrous decisions, ridiculous incidents and moments that defy the most basic elements of common sense.
My friend has one of those closets most women aspire to, and I'm not referring just to its spaciousness. Her closet is of interest to me because of its contents, because of the way she has so carefully arranged her belongings in segregated s...
Pause for just a second the next time you sit down in your stylist's chair and think about uttering, "The usual." Those two words? Great for ordering a sandwich, sure. But horrible for haircuts.
This month's decisive Latino voter turnout has been widely hailed as a turning point in both California and national politics. But will it also mark a turning point away from heartbreaking deportation policies that tear at the fabric of ou...
There are certain dates in our history that mark the passage of something transcendent something life-changing. And while many may not agree on the issue of abortion, the day the U.S. Supreme Court issued its landmark Roe v. Wade decision...