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5 ways to reduce your risk of breast cancer

American Cancer Society offers five tips to lowering your risk of breast cancer @TheSunGazette Although there is no sure way to prevent breast cancer, there are several things you can do that may lower your likelihood of getting it. Other factors, including family history, also increase your risk, but most women who get breast cancer […]

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Family HealthCare Network opens 2nd clinic in Farmersville

Family HealthCare Network’s Farmersville East Health Center is organization’s 38th site, 33rd health center in the Valley @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – Less than two months after announcing its expansion in Fresno and Tulare Counties, Family HealthCare Network opened its second location in Farmersville last month. On Sept. 30, Family HealthCare Network (FHCN) opened the doors of […]

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New laws restrict exemptions for vaccinating children

Bills designed to restrict immunization exemptions from doctors pass despite opposition led by local Republicans @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Vaccinating your child has never been more important. And if you ask local representatives, it’s a little too important.  Gov. Gavin Newsom signed two bills last week limiting vaccination exemptions for school age children. Senate Bill 276, […]

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Kaweah Delta adds emergency department beds

One of the busiest emergency departments in the state adds eight new beds as expansion project continues @TheSunGazette VISALIA – There are more mosquitoes carrying diseases this year, more mountain lion sightings in residential areas, valley fever cases are on the rise and car accidents continue to mount. Luckily, there are now more beds at […]

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Valley fever cases rising, resources fall short

The infection is tough to diagnose, leading to an undercount of cases and delayed treatment By Kaitlin Washburn @kwashy12 CENTRAL VALLEY – Dr. Royce Johnson is one of the go-to doctors for valley fever. He has been treating people with the infection, which can be fatal and is endemic to the Central Valley, for decades.   […]

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Lindsay Hospital District responds to Kaweah Delta consolidation study

After a Kaweah Delta consolidation study, funding concerns with the City the Lindsay Hospital District reiterates their stance on independence and notes relationship efforts with City @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Nearly two months ago the Lindsay Hospital District, along with others including Kaweah Delta appeared in the news. Discussion arose of a study by QK Inc. […]

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Valley Children’s among the best in world for treating heart, lung failure

Hospital’s extracorporeal life support program has patient outcomes among the top 10-20% in the world @TheSunGazette MADERA – As the Valley continues to struggle with high rates of obesity and poor air quality, parents should know that Valley Children’s Hospital is among the best in the world at treating life threatening heart and lung disorders. […]

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5 tips for a tasty tailgate

Family Features Casual and diehard sports fans alike can all agree one of the best parts of game day is the tailgate. Whether you’re heading to the game to take part in the action or tuning in on the big screen, you can light up the scoreboard this season with these tips for a fun, […]

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Valley customers to see stark reduction in medical plan rates

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY—When it comes to California health care, Valley counties are getting a significant break in 2020. According to Covered California, health insurance coverage will be more affordable than ever for many people in San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Mariposa and Tulare counties thanks to new financial help and competitive rates. Covered California announced the […]

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SVMC latches on to breastfeeding event

Sierra View Medical Center will join hospitals in nearly 28 countries for a synchronized global event @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Being a mother is one of the most common, yet special experiences in the world. Part of the experience is nursing a young infant. In concert with the rest of the globe, the Sierra View Medical […]

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