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Senior one-on-one Event


By Mayra Barrios

On the left Health Insurance Specialist, Dickson Chan explains Kenneth Johnson his benefits when applying to the program Medicare.

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Community & Neighborhood Market Make Improvements Together

STOCKTON, CA – “One-third (1/3) of adults and 17 percent of children in the United States are obese,” states a release by LaCresia Hawkins, Community Partnership for Families/CUFF FRC as she explains that “the problem is growing and even more severe amongst low-income families, and while rising costs and affordability of wholesome food are part of the problem, there are other factors at work.”

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Free Health Examinations

The Tower Bridge, built in 1935, a popular lan...


Bilingual Weekly

Sacramento, CAThe Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento is celebrating with the Women’s Health and Nutrition Fair at the Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento, next Thursday March 31st, 2011 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, in its facilities at 2093 Arena Blvd., Sacramento CA 95834. Continue reading

Local seniors, victims of the Budget

Stockton. CA / Bilingual Weekly

Maria Hernandez* is 81 years old, lives in Stockton and, if State Budget cuts go as announced, she will be on her own.

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‘Curantismo’ secrets to be open at MHC

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Did you know that an apple of a day will prevent heart burn?  Or that a single piece of clove may numb a tooth ache?  There are many traditional natural healing which have survived generations and traveled through time and the Mexican Heritage Center (MHC) is bringing some of this ancient art to Stockton audiences on Friday, January 21, 2011. Continue reading

To a Healthy City

City of Manteca Employees receive health screening

Bilingual Weekly

Manteca, CA City of Manteca employees got one to their health this past Thursday, November 4, 2010, at the Manteca Senior Center. Continue reading

Opinion:Mad As Hell Doctors on the Road Again

Suzy Arnett / Single Payer of San Joaquin

This fall the Mad as Hell Doctors (MADH) will follow-up on their  landmark 2009 National Tour across the United States with a similar tour through California. MADH is a group of activist physicians and nurses, patient advocates and other health care providers who are fighting for a Single Payer National Health Insurance Program for all Americans. Continue reading

County sponsors Rx card for all

Stockton, CA / Biligual Weekly

On Thursday, August 19, 2010, San Joaquin County officials did launch a new prescription drug discount program.  Continue reading

Vaccinating for whooping cough announced

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

In response to the whooping cough outbreak in California, special statefunded vaccine clinics have been scheduled for San Joaquin County to prevent the spread of this respiratory disease (also known as pertussis). The clinics target uninsured children 11 years and older, and pregnant women with a doctor’s prescription. Continue reading

Caliornia health care to come through the wire

On Tuesday, August 17 the University of California and a coalition of healthcare, technology, and government agencies will launch the California Telehealth Network (CTN.) Continue reading

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