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Living In Urban Sac
Flooding at the Arena Site

Panoramic photo of arena site looking north Construction was halted midday Thursday because of the intense rainstorm. Panoramic photo of arena site looking east

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HealthyCal.org
Young Adults Who Regularly Spend Time in Bars are More Likely to Smoke

Dec 12, 2014

By Fran Kritz Young adults who frequent bars are at least twice as likely to smoke as young adults in the general population, according to a study presented at the recent annual meeting of the American Public Health Association. The researchers, from U...

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Girls on the Grid
Favorite Things Gift Exchange

Dec 12, 2014
Favorite Things Gift Exchange

By Kellie Edson   If you are looking to have a fun gift exchange with girlfriends but don’t want to... read more

Cowtown Eats
Free Pizza at Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza on Saturday

Dec 12, 2014

Blaze Fast Fire'd Pizza will celebrate the opening of its restaurants at Gold River’s Town Centre and the Highland Reserve Shopping Center in Roseville by giving away free build-your-own pizzas on Saturday, Dec. 13 from 11 a.m. to close to...


Cowtown Eats
Dining News: New Vampire Penguin Downtown to Open on Saturday

Dec 11, 2014

Vampire Penguin, the Elk Grove dessert destination that's started to develop a cult following, will open its new K street location this weekend, reports the Capitol Morning Report. Co-owner Paolo San Luis says his plan is to open for business...

Pretty Yummy Foods
Traveling With Kids

Traveling With Kids

There are a ton of things I love about my family. We’re hard working, fun loving, understanding of the importance of a great haircut, and we’re always up for an adventure! Ryan and I are very fortunate to have been

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HealthyCal.org
Audit: State fails to ensure access to dental care

Dec 11, 2014

California’s Denti-Cal program for low-income residents suffers from low utilization rates for children that probably result from the difficulty people have finding a dentist who will accept patients whose care is reimbursed through the program, a state audit concludes.

And that shortage of dentists in the program, in turn, can be traced to the fact...

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HealthyCal.org
Over Half of Seniors with Serious Memory Loss or Dementia Have Never Been Tested

Dec 11, 2014

By Fran Kritz More than half of seniors with memory loss or dementia have never been tested for either condition, according to a study by researchers at the University of Michigan. The researchers say that their study can be extrapolated to show that a...

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HealthyCal.org
Saving Lives By Keeping Seniors on Their Toes

Dec 11, 2014

By Linda Childers With the aging Baby Boomer generation set to change the face of health care as we know it, hospitals across the country have begun preparing for the influx of older patients by looking at ways to improve both care and outcomes for sen...

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The Farmer Fred Rant
Winter Storms and Tree Troubles

Winter Storms and Tree Troubles

 50+ mph winds, several inches of rain over a few hours: that's the recipe for a typical winter storm in much of California...today, for example.   TV news crews rush to the most photogenic damage during these rare occasions: downed tr...

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