Nuestra Salud / Our Health

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Friday, October 24, 2014 - 4:43pm

Sus preguntas sobre el Ebola, Constestadas

Desde que se confirmó la primera muerte del ébola en el país, el tema ha encabezado los titulares noticiosos. Ahora, muchos se preguntan si nuestros hospitales estan listos para enfrentar un posible contagio del mal en la region del Valle Central. En Community Medical Centers se estan llevando acabo entrenamientos continuos del personal médico por si se llega a identificar un caso del ébola.


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jtaylor's picture
Tuesday, March 25, 2008 - 7:58am

Chocolate chip cookies, Port of Subs sandwiches, donated time and flip charts -- the modern recipe for grass-roots democracy.


More than 120 people -- average age, 55-ish -- packed Clovis Veteran's Memorial Building Monday night for the kind of brain-storming, venting, hobnobbing and see-and-be-seen politicking that happens in modest-sized communities around the country.


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Monday, March 24, 2008 - 9:23am

Those popular marshmellow candies that are made from marshmellows (of course), sugar gelatin, and carnauba wax (what's that!?!) and shaped into chics, bunnies, and ducks, have made their Spring appearance and now we bid them farewell! Apparently they were introduced into the US market in 1952 originating in Russia. Way back then, the candies were made by hand and originally only in the shape of chickens (hence the "Peep"). Now, they are not only popular at Easter time, but many other Holidays as well.....it's peepmania. Oh, and now there are different flavors too!


jtaylor's picture
Friday, March 21, 2008 - 12:42pm

The menu of adjectives for Mark G. Yudof is pure Michelin: brilliant, visionary, outstanding, amazing, unique.


A University of California Board of Regents panel has tapped him to succeed Bob Dynes as president of what is routinely called the most prestigious university system in the world.


wholderman's picture
Thursday, March 20, 2008 - 3:13pm

Well, certainly for NCAA Basketball.......but also a packed schedule for March in general! Blossoms, wildflowers popping up all over the place, the time change, Saint Patrick's Day, Spring Break, the first day of Spring March 21st, Palm Sunday/Easter Sunday, cycling events, motocycle runs, inline competitions, golf tournaments, Doctor's Day, Albert Einstein's Birthday and even Dr. Seuss's! And the list goes on.........


Whoa....I'm planning to go snow skiing at Sierra Summit the last weekend of March....what a crazy contrast!


jtaylor's picture
Thursday, March 20, 2008 - 8:07am

He's got a Billy Bass in one examining room. His assistant thoughtfully "lost" the batteries. I've known my GP for more than 20 years -- and I hope he takes me fishing one day for REAL bass (whatever they are).


I gotta ask him his take on three physician-to-be's profiled recently in the media.


There's Tracy Burns at UC David Med School who, the Sac Bee says, is an Oakland Raider cheerleader in her offhours and is featured in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue. (If you Google her story, there's nothing tawdry or flighty about her take on life.)