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Let's say you are living in the moment, feeling giddy - a little tipsy, maybe - and you decide to go for it. You decide to get that tattoo.
Sacramento area residents are invited today to attend the premiere of "The Chain," a short documentary about events set in motion by a kidney donor and the "chain" of transplants sparked by her donation.
With the rate of Alzheimer's disease projected to rise as baby boomers age, more people will face the problem of caring for loved ones with dementia.
In the realm of tattoo removal, Dr. Suzanne Kilmer's work has opened up possibilities for better and faster results key in a nation filled with people obsessed with etching on their outermost organ.
Hospital pricing data released Wednesday by the Obama administration offer a glimpse into a system where costs vary wildly even within the same region, such as Sacramento.
With massive health care changes on the horizon, consumers are voicing angst and frustration over a scarcity of information on what to expect.
Low-income Sacramento residents can obtain free comprehensive eye exams and glasses during a Community Health and Wellness Fair on Sunday at California State University, Sacramento.
What irks Dr. Reetu Sharma, a Sutter Health cardiologist, is the statistic revealing that only 1 in 5 women believe that heart disease poses the No. 1 threat to their health.
It's easy to discern the start of West Nile virus season if you keep your eye on the Mosquito Lady. When the Mosquito Lady emerges from her indoor offices, the season has launched.
Directly adjacent to the downtown railyard that was a destination for generations of itinerants, Sacramento dignitaries this week dedicated an eight-story tower with 150 residential housing units for the homeless and working poor.