Health & Fitness

Game to 100
Get gays in the church door and then what?

Jul 16, 2014

Once upon a time, I covered religion and ethics for the Sacramento Bee. I was assigned to this task by the managing editor who felt the Bee should try to explore the often contentious intersection of religious belief and the … Continue reading

AccessLocal.TV
VIDEO: Healthy Eating in a Pinch

Jul 16, 2014

For many Americans, making healthy choices can seem like a daunting task.  But with just a pinch of effort, finding healthy alternatives to commercialized foods can ...

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MidLifeBloggers
Quotidian Musings, Food-related

Jul 15, 2014

So for some sixty years, I have harbored this ambition but, lo!, I have now satisfied it. Life is good.

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MidLifeBloggers
Quotidian Musings, Food-related

Jul 15, 2014

So for some sixty years, I have harbored this ambition but, lo!, I have now satisfied it. Life is good.

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HealthyCal.org
State Senate to Aging Californians: We Care

Jul 15, 2014

By Matt Perry

While the state Assembly has a committee dedicated to aging and long-term care, the State Senate hasn’t had one since it disappeared from the Committee on Health along with termed out sponsor Elaine Alquist at the end of 2012.

That changed last week when the Senate publicly launched a new Select...

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HealthyCal.org
State Senate to Aging Californians: We Care

Jul 15, 2014

By Matt Perry

While the state Assembly has a committee dedicated to aging and long-term care, the State Senate hasn’t had one since it disappeared from the Committee on Health along with termed out sponsor Elaine Alquist at the end of 2012.

That changed last week when the Senate publicly launched a new Select...

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HealthyCal.org
Fewer Doctors Enrolled in Low-Income Insurance Program Despite Surge in Patients

Jul 14, 2014

By Hannah Guzik

Nearly 25 percent fewer physicians were signed up to treat low-income patients in the state’s insurance program this spring compared to a year prior, despite the surge in patients enrolled in Medi-Cal.

The drop in providers is due to the Department of Health Care Services’ efforts to remove doctors who haven’t complied...

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HealthyCal.org
Fewer Doctors Enrolled in Low-Income Insurance Program Despite Surge in Patients

Jul 14, 2014

By Hannah Guzik

Nearly 25 percent fewer physicians were signed up to treat low-income patients in the state’s insurance program this spring compared to a year prior, despite the surge in patients enrolled in Medi-Cal.

The drop in providers is due to the Department of Health Care Services’ efforts to remove doctors who haven’t complied...

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MidLifeBloggers
Beyond MidLifeBloggers, The Other Side of Sixty

Jul 14, 2014

Today there are a number of sites offering community and counsel as well as a platform for expression to bloggers in their 50s. The midlife community continues to grow and is now incredibly well-served. But for those of us in our 60s and beyond? Not so...

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MidLifeBloggers
Beyond MidLifeBloggers, The Other Side of Sixty

Jul 14, 2014

Today there are a number of sites offering community and counsel as well as a platform for expression to bloggers in their 50s. The midlife community continues to grow and is now incredibly well-served. But for those of us in our 60s and beyond? Not so...

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