Make YOU a Priority this Summer!

Summertime can be a fun but challenging time for moms of school-aged kids. While your kids are celebrating, it may leave you feeling...

2017 Summer Reading List

Summer is the perfect season to lose yourself in a good book (or two or three!). There is little better than curling up in the sun...

Dip Into a Healthy Snack

A healthier version of the perfect party dip, loaded with healthy fats from the avocado and fiber from the black beans will allow you to feel good about digging in...

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Grill Safely this Summer

Whether it's a backyard barbeque or a poolside picnic, chances are your summer plans include cooking and eating outdoors. While grilling is a healthy way to...

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Protect yourself from bites and stings

With the arrival of dry days and sunny skies, many Sacramento area residents are making plans to head outdoors. Whether your calendar includes...

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Decorate Your Home for Summer

Summertime is here - the season of bright colors, spirited fun and laid back socializing. Why not update your home décor to match the season...

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Restoring Your Heart's Rhythm: Edith Lacaro

After recovering from an aortic aneurysm in her forties, Edith Lacaro spent the next several years feeling good. "I was active and doing great," she recalls. "But then I started...

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Help Your College Student Stay Healthy

College life involves excitement, along with new challenges, risks, and responsibilities. This can be thrilling for a young adult embarking on their college experience...

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Beat the Heat Safely

Record setting temperatures were recorded on multiple days last month, leaving many Sacramento area residents struggling to find ways to stay cool - and safe. Take the time...

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Fifty Years of World-Class Care

For 50 years, lives have been changed, health has been restored and a mission to heal has been carried out - all on what was once a piece of farm land in a quiet corner of Carmichael.

February 15, 1967 the Sisters of Mercy opened the doors to what was then Mercy San Juan Hospital. The Sisters knew Sacramento's booming population was moving into north Sacramento County and south Placer County.

"The Sisters of Mercy knew the need for health care...

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