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.
Tracy Man Grateful Kaiser Sacramento Staff Saved His LifeWhen you think of blood clots in the brain, you probably picture someone older. So when 24-year-old Joshua Chesboro was admitted to Kaiser after fainting, it was the last thing doctors suspected.
What No One Tells You About Medicare Coverage -- Phyllis (Vol. 3)Get What's Yours For Medicare Author Phillip Moeller warns of common but costly Medicare mistakes in the final of this three-part series.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Can An Ambulance Take Your Kids If You Say No?Peter says he told the Sacramento Metro paramedics not to transport Jade after a car crash, but he says they took her anyway.
Covered California Open Enrollment Begins Amid Rising RatesTuesday marks the beginning of open enrollment for Covered California. Several changes are in store this year, and they include rising rates.
San Joaquin County's Only Trauma Center Still Has To Turn Away PatientsFor the past month, AMR, the counties ambulance service, has had to travel far distances to transport trauma patients to hospitals outside the county.
What No One Tells You About Medicare Coverage -- Carol (Vol. 2)Get What's Yours For Medicare Author Phillip Moeller warns of common but costly Medicare mistakes in the second of this three-part series.