Hundreds of employees vented concerns over wage inequality and job security during rush hour today outside UCD Medical Center, as the third labor strike in 11 months hit UC campuses and hospitals statewide.
Thousands of University of California workers plan to strike Wednesday, saying their labor contract negotiations have stalled because UC leaders are not willing to address wage inequality and job security.
A recent gene therapy breakthrough was able to restore sight in blind mice within a month of treatment, researchers at UC Berkeley announced in research published Friday. Human trials could begin in 3 years.
For the first time, the culinary standard-bearers at the James Beard Foundation recognized a hospital as a Smart Catch leader for its emphasis on sustainability in seafood buying. The hospital is in Sacramento.
Researchers have found age-damaged skin in older adults may contribute to a wide range of chronic, age-related conditions that includes heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease. The recommendation? Moisturize.
UC Davis researchers who studied brain tissue from 423 Americans of Latino, African and non-Hispanic white descent found startling variations in the causes of dementia among people of different races and ethnicities.
Sutter doctors opened new primary care medical offices in west Roseville this week in a long-vacant storefront originally constructed 10 years ago to house a CVS drugstore. The pharmacy chain never moved in.
Patrick Mulvaney, one of Sacramento's most influential chefs, spearheaded a search for resources for workers in his field suffering from mental health and addiction after a series of prominent suicides. He discussed the effort in January 2019.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Monday that will give doctors, pharmacists and the California Department of Justice more time to implement new security measures for prescriptions of controlled substances such as opioid pain medications.
Kaiser Permanente announced Monday that it will invest $3 million over the next three years in an effort to end chronic homelessness in the Sacramento region and 14 other communities around the United States.
Union representing 39,000 research, service technical and health care workers at the University of California will soon go on strike amid concerns about job security, benefit erosion and income inequality.
Researchers long ago identified a molecule that they felt held the secrets to a treatment for Parkinson’s disease, but the tiny protein known as Nurr1 had a complex lock no one seemed able to crack. A UCSF team says they have photographs that show a way inside it.