Monthly Archives: June 2016

Eat Healthier on Your Next Trip

Tips provided by Sutter Health Whether you’re traveling locally or abroad, healthy eating habits can travel with you this summer. Just make these strategies part of your routine. STOP FOR SMART SNACKS What to do: Stash healthy snacks in your … Continue reading

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The 50 Safest Cities in California — 2016 – Oakley at #39

The Golden State gives us the game-changing tech of Silicon Valley, the glamour of the red carpet, and the ideal picture of how to live a healthy, active lifestyle. From the Golden Gate Bridge to the Giant Dipper roller coaster … Continue reading

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GoMentum Station and Honda Offer Demo of Autonomous Vehicle Technology

GoMentum Station, in coordination with the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) and its partners Honda and the City of Concord, showcased Honda’s automated vehicle testing program at GoMentum Station, the largest secure Connected Vehicle (CV) and Autonomous Vehicle (AV) proving … Continue reading

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72nd D-Day Anniversary: All Who Serve Are a Part of the Greatest Generation

by James Carafano / @JJCarafano The Daily Signal Stop your average American on the street and ask them, “What happened on June 6?” Surprisingly, a few might recall that on a dreary morning while the low tide lapped lazily on … Continue reading

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What Science Actually Tells Us Can Affect Our Risk Of Alzheimer’s Disease

Forbes /Pharma & Healthcare /#PublicHealth Mar 17, 2016 @ 11:55 AM by Alice G. Walton The biggest risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease are aging and genetic predisposition. That is, all of our risks go up as we get older, and … Continue reading

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10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s today, with another person developing the disease every 68 seconds. By 2050, the number of people living with Alzheimer’s disease is expected to triple. Personally, I have lost my father, my … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s – Impacting Families, Business And Government

By Billie Greer Public Policy Advisor Thursday, April 28th, 2016 Are you 65 years old? If so, your risk of getting Alzheimer’s is 1 in 20. 70 years old – 1 in 10. At 75 years, it narrows to 1 … Continue reading

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