This episode of "Tale of Two Cities" explores the topics of play and self-care.
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The former Doctors Medical Center buildings in San Pablo are in contract to be sold to a boutique hotel operator based in Davis, California for $13.5 million. The board hopes that the money from the...
On Friday morning, State Senator Loni Hancock (District 9) and State Assemblymen Rob Bonta (District 18) and Tony Thurmond (District 15) reported back from Sacramento on the broad range of issues they worked on in...
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Lidia Arizmendi has been waiting a year and a half for kidney stone surgery. A diabetic, she has no health care insurance, and because she is an undocumented immigrant, she has had few options to...
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A senate bill allocating $3 million to Doctor's Medical Center in San Pablo is intended to keep the hospital in operation but will likely not last beyond March, 2015. Uninsured and low-income patients may be...
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Surgeons, nurses, and medical assistants from across the Bay Area pried themselves away from the operating table Thursday night to be honored at Operation Access’ annual dinner.
Who would've thought that the 1970s disco hit "Stayin' Alive" would one day literally help people stay alive?
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On September 4, West Contra Costa County residents will have a state of the art, two-story, 53,000 square foot West County Health Center. Located in San Pablo, the new health center will be 30 percent...
Representative George Miller is an unabashedly left-leaning Democrat and Richmond’s congressional representative, who is currently focused on the national healthcare and budget debates.
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Contra Costa County delivers health care to the homeless.
Lawrence Williams was shot three times in Richmond while driving to his home in El Sobrante. He is struggling with his bills more than his wounds.