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Lesley Bunning’s story touched so many Bee readers that we wanted to keep you abreast of Lesley’s continuing odyssey while recovering from devastating complications of the H1N1 flu.
New law will release $1 billion for extended mental health services, such as 24-hour crisis help and expanded support for families living with behavioral health issues.
The man with arguably the funniest name in gubernatorial politics did not disappoint last week in front of a conference of about 500 health journalists gathered in Denver.
This week, Dr. Louis W. Sullivan dropped in on the annual conference of the Association of Health Care Journalists in Denver to share the deep wisdom that comes with decades in public health – and a story or two.
Flu activity settles down; 347 people statewide perished in 2013-2014 season
Lesley Bunning had so many close calls in the intensive care unit, she nearly gave up. It was getting too hard to breathe. Her family, too, suffered as they agonized through “quality of life” and organ-donation discussions. But somet...
Reports of more flu fatalities continue to add up, with 332 Californians lost to the respiratory disease
Sacramento County public health officials said initial skin tests of 100 students at Grant High School revealed that 21 have been exposed to tuberculosis, presumably from a student who came down with the highly contagious disease last month.
If you think your doctor’s penmanship is atrocious, it probably is. There’s a reason for that: So her signature cannot easily be copied.
Outpatient visits and hospitalizations for the flu decrease as the influenza season winds down. But the death toll in California is still growing.