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Zeiter Eye marks 50th anniversary, continues to grow

Doing anything for 50 years is noteworthy. Doing it well, staying abreast of state-of-the-art advances, growing along the way, and leaving behind a legacy and tradition of philanthropy, that’s truly…

CSU, St. Joseph’s partnership shares faculty, clinical facility, saves money

You might call it a second chance. The new accelerated nursing baccalaureate program at the Stockton campus of California State University Stanislaus allows students already holding a bachelor’s degree in…

Youth not active enough, lacking appropriate physical fitness outlet

Schools were on holiday break and the weather was pleasant, but where were the children? If they are like many American youth, they likely spent a large portion of their…

Central Valley dentists continue history of treating those in need

Central Valley dentists continue history of treating those in need

The prolonged recession hasn’t just clobbered the Central Valley’s financial well-being. The decaying economy has also had a rotten effect on the teeth of area residents. “A loss of jobs…

Luncheon celebrates local business, medical and university partnership

It’s called the Kaiser School of Allied Health Sciences and is now part of the California State University, Stanislaus campus in Stockton’s University Park. “Here we are,” said CSU-Stanislaus President…

Of the heart: New book talks stress, sex and weight

Stockton cardiologist Ramin Manshadi believes patients could stand to know a lot more when it comes to matters of the heart. In his new book, “The Wisdom of Heart Health:…

Prison health care facility on its way

altDespite lingering questions, a huge prison health care facility is coming to Stockton.

Hospitals awaiting reform

Hospitals awaiting reform

altThe devil is in the details, especially when it comes to health-care reform.

Valley chiropractors provide cost-efficient treatment

Central Valley chiropractors have a message for you: don’t put off treating neck or back pain because you think you can’t afford it.

VA picks San Joaquin County for state-of-the-art med center

San Joaquin County will be the new home of the Department of Veterans Affairs  medical facility.
The Stockton-French Camp area was selected after a five-year evaluation process.