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An 8-year-old boy in El Dorado County has become an internet sensation. Videos of him having fun at a skate park with his dad have gone viral. The faster, the better, for Atticus Edmunds who thrives on speed, despite having limited mobility.
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Save the date! FREE presentation by Al Hamilton, Attorney with El Dorado County Senior Legal Services on SCAMS & How to Avoid EXPLOITATION on March 1 at Marshall Community Health Education, 3581 Palmer Dr., Suite 501 from 10-11:30 a.m. To register, call the Marshall Community Health Library at 530-626-2778. Made possible with a grant from the Marshall Foundation for Community Health.
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FREE Meditation and Breathing for Stress Reduction Series! Free for not only Marshall staff, but also to the public! Call Marshall Community Health Education at 530.626.2990 to register.
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"The substation will cost the city $1 a month — you read that right — one buck a month for the space at 1488A Broadway, where the Placerville Health Foods store once offered sustenance. Soon, police will occupy the space, with the goal of sustaining a healthy shopping and business environment there."
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It's not a crime to be homeless in Placerville, but where the homeless congregate the crime rate is soaring. That's the word from police Chief Scott Heller who Tuesday night persuaded the City C...
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Norovirus is on the rise in California
(Please cover your cough and wash your hands frequently!)
By News Release From page A3 | January 13, 2016 Mountain Democrat
SACRAMENTO – California Department of Public Health Director and State Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith recently announced that California is experiencing an increase in norovirus cases, commonly referred to as stomach flu or winter vomiting disease.

CDPH has confirmed 32 outbreaks of norovirus in California since Oct. 1, 2015 — likely resulting in hundreds of reported sicknesses in the state. These outbreaks far exceed the number reported at this time in 2014.

“One of the most important things you can do to avoid norovirus and other illnesses is to wash your hands frequently with soap and running water for at least 20 seconds,” Dr. Smith said. “This is especially important after using the bathroom, changing diapers, and before preparing or eating food. Hand sanitizers are not effective against norovirus.”

Norovirus is a highly contagious virus that causes gastroenteritis, an illness that usually involves vomiting and diarrhea. It is the most common cause of gastroenteritis in the United States, and is responsible for approximately 20 million illnesses each year, with 570-800 deaths reported annually.

People with norovirus are very contagious and can easily spread the illness from person to person. The virus may be found in both stool and vomit and ill persons can still be contagious up to two weeks or more after recovery. People can become infected in several ways, including having direct contact with another person who is infected, eating food or drinking liquids contaminated with norovirus or touching contaminated surfaces or objects and then touching your mouth.

It is particularly important for ill persons to practice good handwashing and to avoid preparing food for others while they are sick and for at least 48 hours after symptoms are no longer present. Food workers should not work while they are sick and for 48 hours after symptoms stop. Persons caring for someone who may have norovirus disease should be particularly careful about handwashing and cleaning contaminated surfaces and materials.

Symptoms usually begin 12 to 48 hours after the person has been exposed to the virus and last for one to three days. The most common symptoms include vomiting, nausea, diarrhea and stomach cramps. Other symptoms may include low-grade fever, headache and body aches. Norovirus symptoms can lead to dehydration, especially in young children, older adults and people with other illnesses.

For more information about norovirus visit cdph.ca.gov/healthinfo/discond/Pages/Norovirus.aspx.
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SACRAMENTO – California Department of Public Health Director and State Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith recently announced that California is experiencing an increase in norovirus cases, commo...
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Watchful Neighbors May Have Saved Elderly Woman Home Alone
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"What a great example of consideration and human kindness," writes the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office. "Maryann and Michael live across the street from an elderly woman who lives alone. Today they noticed that the neighbor's window coverings weren't open like they usually are when the neighbor is home. Knowing the neighbor was home, Maryann walked across the street and looked in windows and knocked on doors, but her neighbor did not respond. ...
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Mobile food pantry to distribute food in Placerville Feb. 10
By Food Bank Of El Dorado County From page B2 | February 08, 2016 Mountain Democrat
The Food Bank of El Dorado County will be in Placerville with its mobile food pantry on Wednesday, Feb. 10 from 10-11 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building, 130 Placerville Drive, to distribute emergency supplemental groceries to those who need it, rain or shine.

The food bank will provide one allocation per household. If you are struggling to make ends meet, live in El Dorado County and meet the State of California Health and Social Services Agency Emergency Food Assistance Program income guidelines stop by for the food distribution. Income guidelines can be found online at dss.cahwnet.gov/efap.

The Food Bank of El Dorado County built its mobile food pantry in 2012 to reach the most rural areas of El Dorado County. Each week the food bank travels to a different area within the county distributing enough food for up to 150 families.

“Our mobile food pantry is an effective vehicle for assisting El Dorado County’s most at-risk population in areas that may have limited transportation and resources,” said Mike Sproull from the food bank.

For more information on how to give or get help or to sponsor a mobile food pantry distribution call (530) 621-9950 or e-mail info@foodbankedc.org.

Contributions can be mailed to the Food Bank of El Dorado County, 4550 Business Drive, Shingle Springs, 95682, online at foodbankedc.org or by calling (530) 621-9950.
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Join in the fun! First 5 El Dorado, Marshall Medical Center and the Western Slope Community Strengthening Ready by 5 community partners present: LET'S PLAY! on Feb. 11 from 10-11 a.m. in the South Wing of Marshall Hospital.
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"High fiber intake during adolescence was associated with an overall 16% lower risk of breast cancer and a 24% lower risk of premenopausal breast cancer."

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From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Zika virus will continue to spread and it will be difficult to determine how the virus will spread over time. CDC's Q&A http://www.cdc.gov/zika/disease-qa.html
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First 5: Is your child Ready? Baby blues
By Kathleen Guerrero January 18, 2016, Mountain Democrat
I have said many times that I have never met a parent that didn’t want what’s best for their child. Being a parent is hard work. There is plenty of focus on taking care of the child and we sometimes forget to take care of ourselves.

Jamie Bowman, a nurse with the Best Beginnings newborn home visiting program at Marshall Medical Center, knows firsthand after delivering her daughter Kallie.

“When I went home I was extremely sleep-deprived and restless. I really struggled with pretty much everything,” she recalled. “I was so anxious that I wouldn’t leave my bedroom out of fear. And I cried all day, every day.”

Jamie had postpartum depression, which caused her crying. She also had a perinatal mood disorder, which was responsible for the anxiety and obsessive-compulsive behaviors including hyper vigilance — she couldn’t sleep because she was always watching the baby.

The American Academy of Pediatrics reports “about 12 percent to 20 percent of women develop depression or anxiety following a delivery and up to 10 percent of fathers suffer depression as well.”

Symptoms can include:

• Feelings of guilt, worthlessness or anxiety
• Lacking energy or motivation
• Sleeping too much or too little
• Trouble focusing, remembering or making decisions
• Loss of interest in the activities you usually enjoy
• Withdrawal from friends and family

As a Best Beginnings nurse, Jamie shares her own experience with new mothers. She also makes home visits during the first few weeks after birth and screens for signs of postpartum depression such as weight loss, excessive crying and anxiety. When she encounters a mother she thinks is struggling, she refers her to counseling or other resources for help.

If you are concerned that you or a loved one is struggling with depression please contact your doctor.

For more information about Best Beginnings contact Marshall Medical Center at (530) 626-2770 ext. 2315 or Barton Community Hospital at (530) 543-5892.

In addition to home visiting, both hospitals offer ongoing new parent groups to share and learn from each other in preparing and welcoming your newborn.

The healthier you are, the better you can be for your child. Happy New Year.

Sections of this article were reproduced from “Bringing Home Baby,” a publication of the Sacramento News and Review (2013), first5sacregion.com. http://ow.ly/XeCyQ
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"I went in after a heart attack, and the care I received was excellent."
"The same x-ray's at the imaging center in Folsom were 1/2 that."
"There is a reason we call this place a veterinary clinic."
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The experiences I've had as a person with life time chronic illness, I have had many hospital experience... many. Marshall isn't always perfect but who is? I would say that the positive out weighs the negative. Thanks to you and all your staff Marshall.
R Fort
a month ago
The wonderful, dedicated staff at Marshall Hospital make me feel thankful that I live in our community.
Rich DePatta
10 months ago
2.8 stars for a Hospital? That is truly shameful. No wonder though, the Doctors are not employees and work when they want. Detwiler are you kidding me... He has Zero concern for the patients dilemma. The nurses and staff are great. Montorello? Does he ever come in to the office? Always attended to by his assistant. Why do we pay DOCTOR prices for less than Doctor educated personnel. We love the Nurses and Staff, but they are not DOCTORS. WTF Marshall.
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John Cowperthwaite
5 months ago
I called this hospital and they told me that they could help me refill my medications. I told them exactly what they were over the phone and, that I have been taking for over 15 years. I had just moved up to the county and was waiting for my insurance to change.They said come on down. When I arrived, they took all my information including the list of medications and were extremely nice. They then took me into the examination room, took my vitals and I waited. The blond female doctor showed up and questioned me about my entire medical history. She had an EXTREMELY Cold beside manner and lifeless blue eyes. It was like she wasn't even human. She was like robot like you see in those movies. After listening to my entire medical history she said she said would not refill my medication. She then said my blood pressure was high and was I having any chest pains? I said," no, it is probably because it is so hot outside, and why didn't they tell me they couldn't refill my medication over the phone so I didn't have to waste 90 minutes of my day?" She said "that would have been illegal". I said "there could be serious consequences if I stop taking my medications such as loss of consciousness and other serious side effects." She said "in that case please call 911." I said "I can't call 911 if I am unconscious". She asked agin, Are you sure you are not having any chest pains? I said no. She seemed eager to crack open my chest and take a look at my heart as I stared into those lifeless cold blue eyes.I said "I have to get out of here and find a doctor who cares about the welfare of their patient." The whole staff got very upset and said "Oh no you can't go. You have forms to fill out".They looked like they were going to call security or worse tie me down and crack open my chest so I stayed, and wasted my entire day there. That doctor was the most cold, uncaring, person I had ever met. She should get a job putting down puppies, kittens, and baby rabbits. She would be perfect at it. She had NO compassion, no heart, and no soul.I don't know what is wrong with her but, she should NOT be practicing medicine.
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Colleen Compton
9 months ago
I have had many family members over the last 50 years become patients at Marshall Hospital in Placerville. So I can speak from experience when I say that this hospital is one of the worst hospital ever encountered. The care is substandard and the facility is unclean. Several family and friends that I know of personally have contracted MRSA and C-DIFF during their stay, even as of this year 2015. We recently lost two family members in April 2015 that were under the care of Marshall Hospital. They may have "cleaned up" the outside with all the remodel, but the inside is still the same and so is the reputation.
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leah marie
2 years ago
There is a reason we call this place a veterinary clinic. It's the third time my mother has come here with the same problem. The people have been rude. Even told her well this is ER, there is a line. When she's bleeding and in lots of pain. And they ignore her. My mother is mentally handicapped and they don't even care. And I just get ignored when I say I'm her advocate. If you have the choice, Mercy in Folsom is better. At least you won't get discharged while bleeding out. Oh, and when they discharged her while she was bleeding out, she had come to the ER by ambulance and left to sit in the lobby from 2am to 7am. She ended up admitted to Mercy of Folsom 2 days later.
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gail vassiliadis
3 years ago
I went in after a heart attack, and the care I received was excellent. The only thing I could criticize was being told sternly by a nurse that I was in "denial" --the reason being since I had no pain I was joking around with my daughter while waiting for a room. I needed bi-pass surgery asap and was transferred early the following morning to a hospital in Sacramento where I had a triple bi-pass . I have heard people complain about Marshall, but for myself - I couldn't have had better care.
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