Swearing Is A Sign Of Intelligence? Helps Manage Pain And MorePolite society considers swearing to be a vulgar sign of low intelligence and education, for why would one rely on rude language when blessed with a rich vocabulary?
US Surpasses 25 Million COVID Cases – Now It's A Race Between Vaccines And VariantsIt took just over a year for the United States to go from one to 25 million coronavirus infections.
Age May Be Priority Above All For California COVID VaccinationsAdvocates for farmworkers, teachers, grocery store clerks and other essential workers are worried they will have to wait until this summer to be vaccinated against the coronavirus as California considers giving priority to older residents.
Agencies Investigating Cause Of Death Of Person Who Died Hours After Receiving Vaccine, Placer Sheriff SaysMultiple agencies are investigating the cause of death of an individual who died Thursday hours after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, the Placer County Sheriff's Office announced on Saturday.
Californians To Vote In 2022 On Banning Sale Of Flavored Tobacco ProductsCalifornians will vote in 2022 on whether the state should ban the sale of flavored tobacco products, including flavored vaping cartridges.
Neighboring Counties Still Facing Vaccine Distribution DelaysLow supply and high demand are problems health leaders in the area continue to face as the vaccine shortage becomes a reality.
Even With Fewer Drivers On The Road, New Report Finds Risky Driving And Fatal Crashes Surged In 2020Even though fewer people were driving during the first six months of the pandemic, riskier driving surged, leading to a troubling uptick in fatal crashes, preliminary data shows.
It Took California 6 Months To Hit 10K COVID Deaths, But Barely 1 To Go From 20K To 30KThe U.S. is entering the second month of the biggest vaccination effort in history with a major expansion of the campaign, opening football stadiums, major league ballparks, fairgrounds and convention centers to inoculate a larger and more diverse pool of people.
California COVID Deaths Top 30,000 After Deadliest Weekend On RecordCalifornia has hit another grim coronavirus milestone. Data from John Hopkins University on Monday showed the nation’s most populous state has recorded more than 30,000 deaths since the pandemic started nearly a year ago.
State Desperate For More Medical Workers As California Health Corps Volunteers DwindleCalifornia desperately needs more medical workers at facilities swamped by coronavirus patients, but almost no help is coming from a volunteer program that Gov. Gavin Newsom created at the start of the pandemic. An army of 95,000 initially raised their hands, and just 14 are now working in the field.
California Reports Nearly 700 COVID Deaths Friday – Another Daily RecordCalifornia health authorities reported Saturday another record one-day total of 695 coronavirus deaths as many hospitals strain under unprecedented caseloads.
Two-Day COVID Death Count Hits Record In CaliforniaCalifornia on Thursday reported a record two-day total of 1,042 coronavirus deaths as many hospitals strain under unprecedented caseloads.
Study: Loss Of Smell Occurs In 86% Of Mild COVID-19 CasesSome 86% of people with mild cases of Covid-19 lose their sense of smell and taste but recover it within six months, according to a new study of over 2,500 patients from 18 European hospitals.
Stay-At-Home Order Remains In Effect for Greater Sacramento RegionThe holidays may be over, but the effects of them may be felt for weeks to come. COVID-19 cases continue to surge and ICU beds dwindle in the greater Sacramento region.
Study: More Teens Driving While High On MarijuanaA recent study is taking a closer look at teens and marijuana use.