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Air Filtration System Reduces Pollutants Kids Are Exposed to on School Buses

Mar 4, 2015

By Hannah Guzik Kids are exposed to air pollution on school buses, but an on-board filtration system can cut pollutants by 88 percent, according to a new study. A high-efficiency cabin air, or HECA, system developed for school buses could help protect...

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Need to Know

Mar 1, 2015

Check in every Monday for health and health care news you need to know. By Hannah Guzik Why young people kill: Part of a series on violence as a public health crisis. Covered California has extended the enrollment deadline. But residents still have to ...

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I Can’t Seem to be Able to Make This Work

Feb 25, 2015

Dear Readers,Every time I  copy an article and then post it in this blogspot box I get a mess as you can see. I apologize.  Working on it.Bob Reid

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Feb 25, 2015
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Debating a Change of Faith Under Brutal Captivity

By FEB. 21, 2015
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James Foley outside Aleppo, Syria, in July 2012, a few months before his abduction. After being kidnapped in Libya in 2011, he spoke about his Christian faith. CreditNicole Tung

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High Heart-Failure Rate in San Bernardino County Prompts New Helpline

Feb 25, 2015

By Hannah Guzik

Nearly 20 percent of San Bernardino County residents enrolled in the state’s low-income insurance program are treated for heart failure — an alarmingly high rate.

In response, a nonprofit has created a helpline that will facilitate care, with referrals to doctors, exercise programs, nutrition advice and transportation to clinics.

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Need to Know

Feb 22, 2015

By Hannah Guzik Check in every Monday for health and health care news you need to know. Trauma is a public health crisis, but new research offers hope. California, for one, is trying to protect kids from trauma. Foster kids are prescribed antipsychotic...

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No Room at Rehab?

Feb 20, 2015

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California’s broad response to fraud may limit access to addiction treatment

By Hannah Guzik

A 12-year-old girl is in foster care, but could be living with her father – if he could find a place in an outpatient drug treatment program.

The girl, her father, and the judge and the social service...

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States struggle with Medicaid dental care expansion

Feb 20, 2015

California and other states are struggling to meet the demand for dentists as they expand eligibility under the Affordable Care Act, according to this report from Kaiser Health News. The post States struggle with Medicaid dental care expansion appeared...

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New Medi-Cal computer system at risk of delay

Feb 20, 2015

The state’s $1.7 billion project to build a new computerized claims management system for the Medi-Cal program is at risk of falling behind schedule this year, a state audit says. The project, managed by Xerox, has completed one of five planned phases, but the next phase, due in June, is far more complex and...

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New State Bureau Launched to Help Foster Kids

Feb 19, 2015

By Hannah Guzik

California officials have formed a new bureau designed to help some of the state’s most vulnerable children.

The Bureau of Children’s Justice aims to help kids who have experienced trauma, educational discrimination, human trafficking or problems in the foster care or juvenile justice system, state Atty. Gen. Kamala D.

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