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Girls on the Grid
GOTG Friday Faves 12/9/16

Dec 9, 2016
GOTG Friday Faves 12/9/16

By Danielle Ball Every Friday, we share our favorite local/general and national/lady content from the previous week. This gives us... read more

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HealthyCal.org
Worried by Concussions, Parents and Doctors Push for Safety in Children’s Sports

Dec 8, 2016
Worried by Concussions, Parents and Doctors Push for Safety in Children’s Sports

As professional sports teams assess concussion rates, pediatricians are calling on parents and coaches to take a closer look at children’s participation in sports that frequently cause contact injuries.

The post Worried by Concussions, Parents and Doctors Push for Safety in Children’s Sports appeared first on California Health Report.


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Sacramento Sidetracks
Weekend Top 10: December 9th – 11th

Weekend Top 10: December 9th – 11th

Meet Santa and his reindeer at Fairytale Town’s WINTER WONDERLAND. Thursday – Sunday Wave to Santa, local performers, animals, and more at the annual SANTA PARADE. Saturday FREE Enjoy a HOLIDAY PARTY WITH MUSICAL ROBOT at the McKinley Library. Saturday FREE   Watch “Twas the Night Before Christmas” come to life during the THEATRE...

Girls on the Grid
It Felt Good To Know Rory Gilmore Doesn’t Have It Figured Out Either

Dec 7, 2016
It Felt Good To Know Rory Gilmore Doesn’t Have It Figured Out Either

By Megan MacNee First things first, if you haven’t already finished all four episodes of Gilmore Girls: A Year in... read more

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HealthyCal.org
Teen Bullying Associated with Serious Psychological Distress, Study Finds

By Hannah Guzik

Nearly a third of California teen’s who were bullied later report serious psychological distress, a new study has found.

About 30 percent of California teens who were victims of bullying reported that they were depressed, anxious or had other serious psychological distress in the months after, according to the report, published in...

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AccessLocal.TV
“A Place Called Sacramento” Film Festival 2016 Premieres Saturday on Access Sacramento

Dec 6, 2016
“A Place Called Sacramento” Film Festival 2016 Premieres Saturday on Access Sacramento

  Experience 11 original local films in Access Sacramento’s 17th annual “A Place Called Sacramento” Film Festival as it premieres this Saturday  Dec. 10, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. on  Access Sacramento cable television channel 17. Access Sacramento Executive Director Gary Martin hosts this years 10 award-winning scripts turned into 10-minute movies, plus Access Sacramento’s...

Girls on the Grid
Celebrate Your Accomplishments, Even When There’s a Delay

Dec 6, 2016
Celebrate Your Accomplishments, Even When There’s a Delay

By Meghan Sullivan First, congratulations to all who participated in the 2016 California International Marathon (CIM). Whether you ran a... read more

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Baked Bree
5 Tips for Stress-Free Holiday Entertaining

Dec 6, 2016
5 Tips for Stress-Free Holiday Entertaining

In partnership with Wayfair, I am giving you my best tips for no-stress entertaining. Having parties doesn’t have to be hard or stressful. Bring on the holidays! The holidays are going to be here before we know it. I love the holidays – and all of the craziness that goes with it. As I...

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HealthyCal.org
Why transit advocates are optimistic about the Trump era

By Daniel Weintraub

In the days following Donald Trump’s election as president, progressive activists on a number of issues – from health care to education and the environment – said they were preparing to fight against an expected attempt to roll back everything they’d worked so hard to achieve during the Obama Administration.

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HealthyCal.org
Man Out of Time: Ron Robinson and San Mateo’s Senior Care Center

Dec 5, 2016
Man Out of Time: Ron Robinson and San Mateo’s Senior Care Center

By Matt Perry

Ron Robinson was ahead of his time.

As California struggles to implement the Coordinated Care Initiative to improve the health of some of its most expensive patients – “dual eligibles” who qualify for both Medicare and Medi-Cal — Robinson recalls similar efforts in San Mateo County two decades ago.

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