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    By Dianne Anderson Putting off that mammogram and other essential doctor appointments through the pandemic was not too unusual, but it was not a good idea. Local health advocate Ernesta Wright is not judging, but she is concerned. Health screenings are never fun, and she said some women may also delay care for other reasons. ...
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    First 5 San Bernardino, in partnership with First 5 California, has facilitated the donation of nearly $1 million in COVID-relief emergency supplies for families in San Bernardino County including most recently providing nearly 300,000 diapers, and over 700,000 baby wipes to area child care providers in San Bernardino County. A van load of these items ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Just about every cancer known to science – breast cancer, kidney cancer, lung cancer, uterus cancer, prostate cancer – provided a loud wake-up call for Ramona Lawson, and survivors within her family circle. Remembering those who died has changed the family’s approach to life, health and diet. “Some of us have become ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Watching a parent or grandparent lose their memory and their judgment is hard enough, but for family members that step up to the task of the caretaker, it can cause burnout, fatigue, and financial burden. Like other health areas, Alzheimer’s strikes the Black and Brown community harder, with obstacles to access help. ...