GENEVA (CBS Local) — Your job may be killing you. A new report from the United Nations says stress from work, excessive hours and occupational disease are responsible for nearly 2.8 million deaths every year. Another 374 million people are either injured on the job or get sick because of[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Update: A third case of measles has been diagnosed in another member of the same family where the first two cases were reported. According to the health department, the risk to the public is still minimal. Original: Two cases of measles have been confirmed in Sacramento County,[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — With a healthy rainfall, wind, and rising temperatures in the Sacramento Valley, the pollen count is moderately high and allergy sufferers are likely feeling it. Dr. Bradley E. Chips is a pediatric pulmonologist and allergist with the Capital Allergy and Respiratory Disease Center in Roseville, California. Chips[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento County Public Health said Wednesday that a third person has a confirmed case of measles. RELATED: 2 Measles Cases Confirmed In Sacramento County This comes a day after officials announced there were two confirmed cases in Sacramento County family. A third family member was diagnosed Wednesday. The[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Hundreds of opponents of mandatory vaccines are in Sacramento to oppose a California proposal to give state public health officials instead of local doctors the power to decide which children can skip their shots before attending school. They plan to pack the first legislative hearing on a bill[…]Read more! Click here!
CHICAGO (AP) — A new study says Americans are becoming increasingly sedentary. They spend almost a third of their waking hours sitting down, and computer use is partly to blame. ALSO: Exercise, Sleep, Screens: New Guidelines For Children Under 5 Researchers found that over almost a decade, average daily sitting time[…]Read more! Click here!
(CNN) — For the greatest health benefits, how much play time, screen time and sleep should your baby or young child have in a given day? The World Health Organization has some answers. On Wednesday, the United Nations’ public health agency released its first guidelines on physical activity, sedentary behavior and sleep for[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Two cases of measles have been confirmed in Sacramento County, according to Sacramento County Public Health. Both diagnosed cases were found in the same family who officials say had a recent history of international travel. According to health officials, there is minimum risk of exposure to the[…]Read more! Click here!
(CNN) — Whether you eat breakfast might be linked with your risk of dying early from cardiovascular disease, according to a new study. Skipping breakfast was significantly associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular-related death, especially stroke-related death, in the study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology on[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Efforts to tax sugary drinks and limit how much soda can be sold in a single cup have stalled in the California Legislature. Assemblyman Richard Bloom on Monday pushed his soda tax bill off to next year. Assemblyman David Chiu’s has similarly delayed his bill that[…]Read more! Click here!