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By Fran Kritz
Small financial incentives can double smoking cessation rates among low-income smokers, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health last week.
“We wanted to investigate how small and potentially cost-effective financial incentives might help safety net hospital patients quit smoking,” said Darla Kendzor, assistant professor at the University of Texas School...
On November 22nd, Sacramento Charter High School will play host to a resource fair sponsored by WE Connect, an event designed to help members of the community find ways to save money and sign up for affordable healthcare. The event will start at 10:00 a.m. and continue until 3:00 p.m. WE Connect, a project...
Regardless of your feelings about Brittany Maynard’s decision to die on her own terms, the story is a tragic one.
A perceptive, tolerant human being I know had this to say about DeMarcus Cousins: “He may be a jerk, but he’s our jerk.” The comment came from a longtime Sacramentan who looks for ways to get beyond negative experiences … Continue reading →
In this episode we bring you stories from around the state about people improving their lives – and the conditions of their communities.
First we go to Sunnyside Organic Seedlings in Richmond where we met Pilar Reber who went from a pesticide applicator twenty years ago to the owner of a certified organic farm.
|Trish took Robert to church a while back|
|Robert and Carol: a bond and blessing|