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Despite Health Reform, Undocumented Families Still Struggle to Get Care

May 11, 2016

By Hannah Guzik

Undocumented families in California live in fear of deportation, which affects their ability to get health care, a new report highlights.

The report, released today by the Greenlining Institute, focuses on the problems undocumented boys and men of color have accessing health care. This demographic group hasn’t been well studied, the researchers...

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HealthyCal.org
In this district, a third of the kids are homeless

In this district, a third of the kids are homeless

By Marty Graham

When the grant funding Veronica Medina’s job, working with homeless students and their families, stopped coming to San Ysidro schools, she didn’t.

“I got up and came to work every day,” Medina said. “My kids and my families are counting on me and I’m not going to let them down.”

Medina began working...

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HealthyCal.org
In this district, a third of the kids are homeless

In this district, a third of the kids are homeless

By Marty Graham

When the grant that funded Veronica Medina’s job, working with homeless students and their families, stopped coming to San Ysidro schools, she didn’t.

“I got up and came to work every day,” Medina said. “My kids and my families are counting on me and I’m not going to let them down.”

Medina began...

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HealthyCal.org
In this district, a third of the kids are homeless

In this district, a third of the kids are homeless

By Marty Graham

When the grant that funded Veronica Medina’s job, working with homeless students and their families, stopped coming to San Ysidro schools, she didn’t.

“I got up and came to work every day,” Medina said. “My kids and my families are counting on me and I’m not going to let them down.”

Medina began...

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HealthyCal.org
The Curious Case of William Jay: Aging, Technology, and Preventive Health

The Curious Case of William Jay: Aging, Technology, and Preventive Health

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Matt Perry

Preventive health defined: stop trouble before it happens. It saves time, money and lives. It’s the clarion call for today’s healthcare system.

The intersection of technology and prevention can offer older adults profound opportunities to take control of many illnesses – especially diabetes.

The post The Curious Case of...

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HealthyCal.org
The Curious Case of William Jay: Aging, Technology, and Preventive Health

The Curious Case of William Jay: Aging, Technology, and Preventive Health

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Matt Perry

Preventive health defined: stop trouble before it happens. It saves time, money and lives. It’s the clarion call for today’s healthcare system.

The intersection of technology and prevention can offer older adults profound opportunities to take control of many illnesses – especially diabetes.

The post The Curious Case of...

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Davis Vanguard
Monday Morning Thoughts: The Harsh Reality of Campaigns

May 9, 2016
Monday Morning Thoughts: The Harsh Reality of Campaigns

Yesterday’s column analyzing the local races drew some interesting responses both on and off the site.  I was reminded that money is not the only variable for determining who wins election.  I agree.  I was reprimanded for not looking more deeply into the races. As I was told off line, “ conscientious American voter,...

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California Political News and Views
San Fran Gov’t School ADMITS Principal is Racist—NOT Fired

I nominate the San Francisco school system as the most racist in the nation.  I also nominate the San Francisco school system for being the most totalitarian government school district in the nation. In violation of the student handbook, the principal of the Raoul Wallenberg High School decided she wanted James Ortiz to be...

California Political News and Views
California Lawmakers Want to Give Illegal Immigrants Obamacare

Recently, with the help of Republican legislators, the cost of your health insurance went up—by $1.7 billion—the tax that is now on your private insurance.  We were told at the time that the money would go to among other items, 172,000 illegal aliens so they can have “free” health care.  Now we get the...

California Political News and Views
BART does Not Have “Poor” management—It has Union Controlled Management

Lots of money is being spent to study the management systems and styl of the BART system.  What a waste of money.  This is all you need to know:  After a several weeks strike, BART gave the unions what they wanted—and even paid the back pay for the strikers—they lost no money, between the...

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