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Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!
CURE Online

I will be doing a little writing for Cure Magazine's online version.  I'd promised to do this long ago but got sick.  Now I'm back at it, and not feeling that well again.  I remind myself, correlation does not equal causation meaning, just because I...

Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!
CURE Online

I will be doing a little writing for Cure Magazine's online version.  I'd promised to do this long ago but got sick.  Now I'm back at it, and not feeling that well again.  I remind myself, correlation does not equal causation meaning, just because I...

Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!
Rejection

I belong to a neighborhood forum, or I did.  You may belong to one too.  People share safety concerns, stranger sightings, carnivals, and items for sale in the neighborhood.  Sometimes a neighbor asks for personal help. I rarely log in, but for so...

Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!
Rejection

I belong to a neighborhood forum, or I did.  You may belong to one too.  People share safety concerns, stranger sightings, carnivals, and items for sale in the neighborhood.  Sometimes a neighbor asks for personal help. I rarely log in, but for so...

Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!
Rejection

I belong to a neighborhood forum, or I did.  You may belong to one too.  People share safety concerns, stranger sightings, carnivals, and items for sale in the neighborhood.  Sometimes a neighbor asks for personal help. I rarely log in, but for so...

Sacramento Magazine
Health: Antibiotic Resisters

Apr 22, 2016

You're sniffling. You’re sneezing. You feel like you got run over by a truck. Maybe your mucus is a lovely shade of chartreuse. You hurry to the doctor and get prescribed a course of antibiotics that are guaranteed to make you better. Even if...

AccessLocal.TV
The Many Benefits Of School Gardens In Sacramento

Apr 22, 2016
The Many Benefits Of School Gardens In Sacramento

Today’s modern educational system seems to greatly favor advancing the minds of children in traditional ways such as English, science, history, and math considering the recent switch to Common Core as well as the launch of the new SAT. However, with the obesity rate rising in California and with 1-in-5 children suffering from mental...

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Lead-contamination fears in Sacramento used as fodder for cheap-shot column

Apr 21, 2016

In filing criminal charges against three officials responsible for maintaining safe water in Flint, Michigan, the state attorney general declared that they “had a duty to protect the health” of Flint residents and “they failed to discharge their duties.” That … Continue reading

HealthyCal.org
California Schools Don’t Provide Mental Health Services to 580,000 Kids in Need, Report Finds

Apr 20, 2016

By Hannah Guzik 

California’s public schools receive more than $400 million each year to provide mental health services to students, but at least 580,000 kids in the state have been left without help, a new report finds.

The report, from three children’s advocacy organizations, found that many school districts haven’t even adequately identified the students...

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UC Davis chancellor says the craziest things

Apr 20, 2016
UC Davis chancellor says the craziest things

 A wife catches her husband in bed with another woman. He denies anything is going on and asks: “Who are you gonna believe – me or your lying eyes?” That old joke came to mind the other day while I … Continue reading

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