COVID WATCH - There is a board-game called Pandemic that has been around for years before Covid 19 circled the globe. In Pandemic, you and your fellow players are members of a disease control team.
HEALTH CARE - For most of her adult life, Holly Mitchell has worked to advance policy-based solutions for California’s staggering disparities in health care access and coverage.
HEALTH & WELLNESS - Over the last few years, CBD has taken the skincare and beauty industry by storm. With multiple studies uncovering the benefits of cannabidiol on the skin, skincare brands are now infusing CBD into their products.
HEALTH CARE - If the subject is how to provide health care to Californians, Sarah Dar suggests, it may be useful first to define terms.
COVID WATCH - At this point, we still don’t know very much about the Omicron variant, except that it spreads far more quickly than the Delta variant.
WELLNESS - During the first wave of the pandemic in April 2020, my boyfriend asked, not unkindly, if I’ve ever been diagnosed with anything besides generalized anxiety disorder.
MEDICAL WATCH - If a doctor harms you or kills a loved one, what recourse is there in California?
MOVING MONEY POLITICS--2021 has been a disastrous year for Facebook (now Meta) – and deservedly so. Thanks to ex-employee Frances Haugen, we know this monolithic tech giant repeatedly put profit before the world’s well-being.
WELLNESS - This is the story of a group of citizens' advocating for major change with one of the largest governmental bodies in the State of California.
COVID WATCH - The holidays are here and people are ready to gather, hug and feast. But is California in a better place this year when it comes to COVID-19?
VACCINE MANDATES - In San Francisco earlier this month, a 17-year veteran of the city’s police force died while on leave from his job.
WELLNESS - A 30-year-old mother in Argentina has become the second known person in the world to be cured of HIV just by her own immune system.
WELLNESS - If demographics and geography really were COVID destiny, then Gonzales—a small, working-class town with a young, overwhelmingly Latino population in rural California—would be a pandemic disaster.