Travis AFB One Of Two Bases Nationwide Testing Pilot Suicide Prevention ProgramA growing number of suicides across the armed forces has raised cause for concern over the last five years. Now, there's hope for change, and Travis Air Force Base could be playing a critical role.
Lab Studies Suggest Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines Can Protect Against COVID-19 VariantA new report published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday suggests that Pfizer-BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine can protect people against concerning new coronavirus variants.
California Lawmaker Proposes New Law That Would Ban Fracking In California By 2027Heeding the call of Gov. Gavin Newsom, Sen. Scott Wiener introduced legislation on Wednesday that would ban all fracking in California by 2027 and halt the oil and gas extraction method around schools and homes by Jan. 1.
'Revenge Bedtime Procrastination' Could Be Robbing You Of Precious Sleep TimeRevenge bedtime procrastination may be a newer term, but the type of sleep schedule it describes is not, said Dr. Rajkumar Dasgupta, assistant professor of clinical medicine at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine in Los Angeles.
Nearly A Third Of US Adults Undecided About Getting The COVID-19 Vaccine: What Could Sway Them?Though officials and health experts say the end of the Covid-19 pandemic will rely on a large proportion of Americans being inoculated, nearly a third of US adults say they have not decided if they will get the vaccine when it is offered to them.
Sacramento's COVID-19 Vaccination Push Ramps Up With Weekend ClinicsThe push to vaccinate Californians doesn't stop on the weekend, as multiple clinics pop up to protect people from COVID-19.
'Have A Heart, Stay Apart': Californians Urged To Celebrate Valentine's Day VirtuallyHealth officials urged Californians to protect their loved ones from the coronavirus by celebrating Valentine's Day virtually this year.
UC Davis Researches How To Help Long-Term 'Smell Disfunction' In COVID PatientsMonths after her COVID diagnosis, a local woman still hasn't regained her sense of smell. She's now working with UC Davis to try anything and everything to get it back.
Pharmacies Now Offering COVID Vaccines In CA: Here's What You Need To KnowThe effort to immunize more Californians against the coronavirus now includes major retail pharmacy chains.
COVID-19 Vaccinations For General Public Could Begin By April, Dr. Fauci SaysThe United States could start letting the general public have access to coronavirus vaccines by April - and the country may be able to inoculate most Americans by the middle or end of the summer, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday.
Cannabis Workers, Massage Therapists Added To Tier 1 Of VaccinationsVaccine supply may be scarce, but who can get vaccinated seems to be budding in California. More groups, like cannabis workers, have been added to the state's first tier of vaccine distribution before moving onto an age-based system.
California Public Health Employee Pleads Guilty To $2 Million Scheme To Defraud Office Of AIDSA California Department of Public Health worker pleaded guilty Thursday to using her employment in a scheme to defraud the Office of AIDS, officials announced.
CVS To Start Offering COVID-19 Vaccinations Throughout Sacramento Region FridayStarting Friday, drug store giant CVS will begin offering COVID-19 vaccines in Northern California.
Diabetes Drug Can Aid Weight Loss, Study FindsA once-a-week injected diabetes drug helped overweight and obese people lose an average of 15% of their body weight over 16 months, researchers reported Wednesday.
CA's Billion-Dollar COVID Testing Lab Under Investigation Following CBS13 Whistleblower ReportOne day after a CBS13 investigation revealed shocking whistleblower allegations from inside California's billion-dollar COVID testing lab, state regulators have launched an investigation of their own.