Flu On The Rise In California With 9 Dead In 2017The first flu death in the state happened in Los Angeles County last month. Both Yolo and Stanislaus counties have had their own flu deaths in January.
Report: US Abortions Drop To Lowest Level Since 1974Even as the election outcome intensifies America's abortion debate, a comprehensive new survey finds the annual number of abortions in the U.S has dropped to well under 1 million, the lowest level since 1974.
Northern California Group Cycling Rider Dies Of MeningitisHealth officials say that a Northern California resident who worked out at a popular indoor group cycling gym has died of meningitis.
Study: Pot Legalization Changes Teens' Perspective On MarijuanaIn some cases where pot is now legal, as is the case in California, young kids were significantly less aware of the potential harmful effects of pot and many were more likely to smoke.
Study Finds Men More At Risk Of Overeating During HolidaysA study explains the mental side of why men try to out-eat friends and loved ones, even if it's subconscious.
Community Comes Together For Paralyzed Teen In Dixon It started as the story about a boy named Ivan Contreras, a teenager paralyzed in a trampoline accident on Labor Day Weekend. Now, the story continues with a generous donation from a complete stranger who lives 50 miles away.
Doctors Looking Past The Basics To Help Patients' Overall Well Being Many of us go to the doctor for one problem to be solved. We get answers to our questions and get the treatment plan. Now, some health centers and clinics are looking at using a more comprehensive approach.
Travis Airman Shares Gift Of Life Through Bone Marrow DonationFour years ago, Lt. Col. Shane Wehunt was inspired to sign up to be a donor with the National Marrow Donor program after his mother died of cancer.
Puppies And Coloring Books For College Finals Raise ConcernsARC said the coloring books and crayons will all be donated. Teachers have donated their time outside of school hours as well and it will not come out of taxpayers pockets.
New Hope For People Fighting Opioid DependencyAddiction to opioids is problem communities across the country face, including Sacramento.
UC Davis Medical Center Program Helps Transplant Patients With CostsThe Specialty Program launched six years ago to help monitor transplant patients and help them afford medical treatment. The program has expanded in the last two years to help other patients with high-cost prescriptions.
California Democrats Readying For Health Care Battle Under Donald TrumpLegislative leaders are searching for ways to inoculate California from Trump's anticipated actions on issues like health care, which could carve a multibillion-dollar hole in the state's balanced budget.

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