Rep. Sam Farr hailed the decision of the Veterans Affairs Department to appoint Marina as the new location for a veterans clinic. The facility is designed to provide basic medical care for local veterans, as well as their families.
The Health Center offers counseling services for the lovelorn on Valentine’s Day through programs like CAPS and SHOP.
With the minimally regulated cannabis market in California, there have always been different levels of quality in product. But who defines what’s good and what’s good for you?
Alzheimer’s disease, affecting as many as 5.1 million Americans, is expensive, and resources are limited. increasingly families of those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s are taking the care of loved ones into their own hands.
Asthma restricts breathing, but not ambitions. UCSC athletes persevere in training and playing despite their difficulties with asthma, and show that the condition is still a concern for the afflicted.
Slug athletes share their thoughts on diet control, physical fitness and overall health.
A general trend of sleep loss has become more prominent than in previous decades. Though most take losing sleep lightly, general studies show the adverse effects this can have on people.
A rally in response to the House’s recent vote to cut federal funding for Planned Parenthood services was held last Saturday at noon. Students and community members attended.
Third-year Sophia Petraki, along with 34 other UCSC students, is creating a mobile clinic to provide the homeless of Santa Cruz with free care services. The project is being sponsored by the Homeless Health Project and the Homeless Service Center of Santa Cruz, and hopes to help fulfill the needs of the homeless.
The Santa Cruz County Planning Commission has recommended regulation of unincorporated medical marijuana dispensaries. The Board of Supervisors will vote on the ordinance, which would include requiring dispensaries to be at least 800 feet from each other, on March 16.