Welcome Guest! You have 5 free reads leftLogin/Register
Breaking News
You Are Here: Home » Health (Page 38)

‘I Give, Baby’

On Saturday, Oct. 6, former Oakland Raiders Coach Tom Flores and the Tom Flores Youth Foundation, a long-time educational advocate and financial sponsor for the Sanger School District, are again rallying the Central Valley’s football fans to come out, donate blood and help children and patients in area hospitals. Raiders Booster Clubs from around the […]

Read more

KDMC diverts its outpatient parking

As helipad construction continues at Kaweah Delta Medical Center, patients and visitors are urged to use alternate parking lots and visit Kaweah Delta’s other locations for outpatient X-ray and lab services. Forty parking spaces in Kaweah Delta Medical Center’s main parking lot are being used for construction, while the remaining spaces are reserved for patients […]

Read more

Accidental dog poisoning on the rise in California

Veterinarians at the University of California, Davis, warn pet owners to be careful about using rat poisons and similar compounds. In recent weeks, veterinarians at the UC Davis William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital have seen a spike in accidental rodenticide poisonings. In the last two weeks of August alone, they diagnosed and treated […]

Read more

Health Beat

A&W in Exeter holds Blood Drive on Oct. 4 The management at A&W Root Beer in Exeter invites you, your family and friends to help save lives by participating in a blood drive on Thursday, Oct. 4. A Bloodmobile will be located in the parking lot between the hours of 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. […]

Read more

‘Push Girls’ give rehab patients a boost

Sundance Channel’s “Push Girls,” are headed to Visalia on Saturday, Sept. 29, to inspire those at Kaweah Delta Rehabilitation Hospital’s fourth annual patient reunion and community health fair. On “Push Girls,” the newest original non-fiction series from producer Gay Rosenthal (“Ruby,” “Little People, Big World”), the four spinal cord injury survivors don’t let paralysis define […]

Read more

Lawyers Have Heart to run for the lives of others

Sun-Gazette Hundreds of heart disease and stroke survivors will help lead thousands of participants at the American Heart Association’s 20th annual Central Valley Heart Walk and Lawyers Have Heart Run on Saturday, September 22 at Sierra Vista Mall in Clovis. The annual Heart Walk is the largest local event for the association and is expected […]

Read more

Stroll for Strollers, Sit for Seats

We live in a mobile society. We take smart phones with us wherever we go. Some of us drive more than 1-hour from home to find work and even the nearest store is a good walk away. So what do you do if you have kids but you can’t afford strollers or car seats to […]

Read more

County offers flu shots for uninsured

Flu season is approaching, and the Tulare County Health and Human Services Agency Department of Public Health wants to remind all citizens that the best way to protect against influenza is to get a flu vaccine every flu season. Tulare County and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommend that everyone six months of age […]

Read more

3 keys to successful potty training

As children continue to grow there are many new and exciting milestones they reach along the way. Just as every child is different, you will find the paths to milestone success will vary from child to child. One of the first major milestones a child hits is potty training. As this can be a frustrating […]

Read more

SoCal Edison warns of rolling power outages

As California’s power reserves continue to fall and local temperatures begin to rise, the California Independent System Operator could direct utilities to conduct involuntary rotating outages – for blocks of customers – across the service area until sufficient reserve levels are achieved. The state’s independent system operator already issued a Flex Alert last Friday through […]

Read more

© 2012 - 2016 The Foothills Sun-Gazette ~ Powered By Wordpress

Scroll to top