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Human images from world's First total-body scanner unveiled

EXPLORER, the world’s first medical imaging scanner that can capture a 3-D picture of the whole human body at once, has produced its first scans.

 

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Stopping superbugs with friendly microbes

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Free N95 face masks at Sac City Fire Stations

Free N95 face masks at Sac City Fire Stations

Sacramento, CA November 11, 2018 -- Free N95 facemasks are available at many Sacramento City Fire Stations to protect against inhaling smoke and particulates created by wildfires. Supplies are limited. Please visit a city fire station today!

Protect your brain! Learn tips from the experts

Protect your brain! Learn tips from the experts

How does nutrition, exercise, sleep, socialization and more affect your brain? What steps can you take to keep your brain healthy as you age?

Find out from Sutter Health clinical experts at a free “Brain Health” seminar September 10th at Sutter Roseville Medical Center. Read the flyer for more information, and call 916-733-9511 to register.

UC Davis study calls for more regulation to prevent youth access to e-cigarettes

E-cigarettes may have the potential to reduce smoking, but big tobacco’s involvement and a general lack of restriction to youth access are cause for concern, according to a university study.

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Live near Davis? Like Yoga or Boxing? Which days are good for you?

​New wellness classes – yoga and boxing – are now offered at Sutter Davis Physical Therapy in Davis.

Classes are offered throughout the week to fit your schedule. Sunrise Yoga is available Monday and/or Friday mornings, while Boxing for Balance is held at noon on Tuesday and/or Thursdays.

Call for more information on how to get started with these classes.

UC Davis to lead national cow genomics effort

The cattle industry is the largest agricultural commodity in the United States, generating more than $100 billion in farm cash receipts in 2016. Despite cattle’s economic importance, scientists still have a long way to go to fully understand mechanisms that govern important genetic traits in the animals such as growth and disease resistance.

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