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Floatation Therapy

Apr 6, 2015
Floatation Therapy

What better way to relax than to float the stress away? True Rest is a new flotation therapy business that opened in Roseville, and Gary Gelfand has the lucky job of testing it out.

FOX40
Alzheimer’s Action Plan

Apr 6, 2015
Alzheimer’s Action Plan

The Alzheimer’s Association recent study revealed that nearly 600,000 Californians are living with the disease and that number is expected to increase by 42% by 2025. A majority of those suffering are care for by family members, and figuring out how to navigate the diagnosis can be difficult and overwhelming. Sacramento regional director Michelle...

Game to 100
Wild words on public subsidies for sports arenas

Apr 6, 2015

Far out, man! That’s my throwback reaction to this morning’s editorial in the Sacramento Bee bearing this headline: “Ditch tax break for pro arenas/ Obama’s budget would end subsidy.” The headline is so preposterous coming from the Bee that I … Continue reading

HealthyCal.org
LA Clinics No Longer a Last Resort

Apr 6, 2015

First in a series of stories about how health care reform is affecting newly insured Medi-Cal patients.

By Robin Urevich

Before health reform, Los Angeles County clinics served people who had no other options—sick patients with no health insurance.

But as 2014 approached, county officials realized that many of their clients would become insured and choose...

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HealthyCal.org
Barriers to Care Persist Despite Expansion of Medi-Cal

Apr 6, 2015

Second in a series of stories about how health care reform is affecting newly insured Medi-Cal patients.

By Robin Urevich

The Affordable Care Act, with its promise of health care for most Americans, represents a welcome step forward for physicians who have cared for the uninsured.

Michael Core, a primary care doctor at The USC Eisner Clinic,...

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HealthyCal.org
Navigating Barriers to Care a Challenge for Newly Insured Patients

Apr 6, 2015

Third in a series of stories about how health care reform is affecting newly insured Medi-Cal patients.

By Robin Urevich

More than a year after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, nearly 13 million Californians are newly insured. But many of them still struggle to find doctors who will see them, especially the nearly...

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MidLifeBloggers
Wanted: The Single Person’s Life

Apr 5, 2015

I was totally taken with this idea of the Single Person's Life, which emerged as a full-blown vision.

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Consciousness and Health
In Search Of A Cure For Cancer

In Search Of A Cure For Cancer

By Eric Nelson


Until recently, any recovery from serious disease not involving medical intervention was usually dismissed as little more than “spontaneous remission,” generally defined as the unexpected disappearance of a particular ailment by inexplicable means. These days, however, there appears to be a growing willingness to re-examine such dramatic changes in an individual’s health...

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Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!
Semi Colon: Book Recommendations from the Bottom of my Pile

A sad fact about cancer is it took away one of my life's most pleasurable activities - reading.  I've been a reader since I was a little kid; some of my best days were spent outside, holding a book as big as me, sitting in the cool shade of a tree on ...

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Need to Know

Apr 2, 2015

Check in every Monday for health and health care news you need to know.

By Hannah Guzik

Older adults consume a shocking number of prescription meds.

Should drug makers be required to take back unused meds?

Antipsychotics are prescribed to poor children without proper oversight.

Depressed doesn’t mean dangerous.

The post Need to Know...

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