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Outpatient visits and hospitalizations for the flu decrease as the influenza season winds down. But the death toll in California is still growing.
America is deeply engaged in a debate about marriage.
Chet Hewitt of the Sierra Health Foundation sees opportunity in Obama’s announcement of new program to help young men and boys of color.
Public health officials express alarm over the sale of tobacco, e-cigarettes and liquor near schoolsWednesday, March 5, 2014 at 11:00 PM
About 85 percent of stores in Sacramento County sell tobacco and e-cigarettes
This year’s flu season has struck Sacramento County hard. Many of the deaths and hospitalizations have occurred in low-income, densely packed neighborhoods. The key commonality? Entrenched poverty.
Patricia Lee Thomas is trying to reclaim her life after two years fighting charges that she drowned her 4-year-old daughter in a bathtub in 1970.
This week in Washington, a Department of Education panel continued negotiations over new campus sexual assault regulations.
Got clouded or double vision? Kaiser Permanente has 20 slots open for free cataract surgery for the uninsured.
Now it’s not just the flu that we have to worry about, but measles, too. Fifteen cases of the highly contagious disease have been tracked in California.
Growing up in Uganda prepared Dr. Olivia Kasirye, the county’s public health officer, for her role in keeping Sacramento County healthy. Whether fighting the flu, or rabies, she’s always pushing education.