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Why intravenous (IV) therapy is becoming so popular

Personalized Intravenous (IV) Therapy Sacramento, CA- Many medical conditions are associated with digestive disturbances such as food sensitivities, indigestion, etc. People with such conditions...

2019- The Year in Photos

California and beyond: The outtakes Roseville,CA- A quick look back at 2019 in pictures. Marked by adventures near and far, a heartfelt thanks to all...

Folsom Palladio transitions to full service, celebrates Class of 2020

Season of celebration as restrictions ease Folsom, CA - As Sacramento County eases COVID-19 restrictions, the Palladio in Folsom announced that effective immediately its restaurants...

Kaiser Permanente COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Update

Northern California vaccine delivery Roseville, CA- After 9 long months of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are encouraged by the approval of vaccines which will serve...

San Francisco’s legendary Palace Hotel reopens for third time in history

Here to Stay. The Legacy Continues. San Francisco, CA - The Palace Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel in San Francisco reopens on May 27, 2021...

Sacramento doctor shares personal story on Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.)

Sacramento, Calif. - I didnโ€™t notice Seasonal Affective Disorder (symptoms of depression that develop in the darker winter months) while growing up in Sacramento, but, after moving to Portland, Oregon, it became apparent

Sacramento Water Distribution Infrastructure slated for upgrades

Modernization part of $27 billion national infrastructure loans Sacramento, Calif.- Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced an $81 million Water Infrastructure Finance and...

Social-Sexual Education for individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities

Sacramento, Calif. - People with neurodevelopmental disabilities, including autism, usually want to have romantic relationships, but are often not given the tools to create them in a meaningful, safe way. This is particularly true for those with intellectual disabilities.

New California Laws (part 13)

Sacramento, Calif.- Part 13 in New California Laws for 2023. This installment includes cannabis discrimination, CalHome, peace officers, reproductive health, affordable housing and more.

SMF’s new air traffic control tower to be funded by FAA

Sacramento, Calif. - The Sacramento County Department of Airports is excited to announce the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will provide funding for the Sacramento International Airport's (SMF) control tower replacement project.

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