Consistent with trends seen across the Bay Area, influenza activity in Sonoma County is increasing, and unvaccinated individuals are encouraged to get a flu shot as soon as possible.
Although the flu is currently widespread in 46 states throughout the country, the season has been relatively mild in Sonoma County and the rest of the Bay Area. However, that could change... Read More
Hospitalization meter can lower the risk for seniors
By Julie Ann Anderson
Research conducted by Home Instead, Inc. uncovered the great potential in preventing many senior hospitalizations with early detection and proactive actions.
Further, 99 percent of nurses surveyed said the role the family plays is... Read More
Itís time for a look at your self-talk, self-image cycle
By Steven Campbell
I love to use the word ubiquitous to impress my colleagues…and it always does. It’s a word that simply means being everywhere, like electricity, telephones, and now, 21st century, computers.
However, ubiquitous can also... Read More
Point of the Week
Often acupressure instead of acupuncture is used for infants and kids, as they tend to be more sensitive than adults so remember to be exceedingly gentle. This point, known to acupuncturists as Large Intestine... Read More