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It was about noon on a weekday, and Jordana Steinberg, 20, sat at a round-topped kitchen table in her Rocklin apartment, her therapist by her side. A faint aroma of tomato sauce on toasted crust lingered from the previous night’s pizza.
An Ebola donation drive seeks medical supplies, non-perishable food and drinks, as well as cash to help West Africans and aid workers trying to stamp out the deadly virus.
Sacramento residents can breathe easier knowing that the nation’s top public health experts have ruled out an Ebola viral infection in a patient quarantined this week at Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center.
With the West African outbreak of Ebola escalating, state public health officials said Wednesday they were not surprised that the deadly virus may have reached Sacramento in the case of a patient who recently returned from a trip to one of the s...
Kaiser Permanante spreads the wealth in the four-county region by giving $1.4 million as part of its community benefits grants
Sacramento County has two effective programs that help low-income women cope with first-time motherhood.
Study documents benefits to new moms and their children.
Aerial spraying of parts of Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks and Orangevale is from 8 p.m. to midnight tonightWednesday, July 16, 2014 at 3:16 PM
Go indoors, close windows and doors and make sure pets have shelter for overhead spraying of insectide for West Nile virus tonight and Thursday night
The Sacramento area’s annual war against the West Nile virus is engaging a tinier, though no less threatening, enemy this season, as aerial spraying of insecticides is set to resume Wednesday and Thursday nights, officials said.
The benefits outweigh the risks, says the first family to enroll in a novel, new program offered by Mercy Medical Group allergists.