Long Covid disease study |  Debate about wild horses in California |  Pacific Standard Jazz Orchestra

Long Covid disease study | Debate about wild horses in California | Pacific Standard Jazz Orchestra

What the UC Davis Post-COVID Clinic Learned About “The Long-Term Coronavirus”. The migration of a herd of wild horses into eastern California has reignited the decades-old debate over its growing population. The Pacific Standard Jazz Orchestra will be performing this weekend.

Long Covid disease study

In the public eye, the pandemic looks more like the past tense. Governor Gavin Newsom said this week that California’s “state of emergency” over COVID will end in February, which will mark three years since our lifestyles have been uprooted and dismantled with stay-at-home orders and closures in the spirit of public health. This comes after President Biden declared on 60 Minutes last month that “the pandemic is over” while also warning that “COVID remains a problem.” But people still get COVID; Hundreds still die every day in the United States, and for some of those who recover, they face a “gray area” of confounding symptoms that can last for weeks or months from what we call the “long-term coronavirus.” This week, in an interview with The Guardian, Dr. Anthony Fauci cautioned against announcing prematurely the end of the pandemic due to the coronavirus, calling it “a very insidious public health emergency under the radar screen.” Although researchers are still a mystery in many ways, researchers know more now. UC Davis Health is one of the selected university hospitals across the country that has established Post covid clinic Back in 2020. With the perspective of two years of treating patients, we invited Dr. Bradley Sunvillea pulmonologist and critical care physician, to discuss what they have learned.


wild horses in california

They are an iconic (and beloved) symbol of the American West: the wild horses. According to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), more than 64,000 wild horses roam the western United States, with nearly 75% of them galloping through most of Nevada and parts of California. The latest herd migration, which moved from northern Nevada to Mono County in the eastern Sierra, has reignited a decades-old debate between protecting these iconic creatures and sustaining the landscape. Over the years, these horses have dominated public lands to the point that some consider them a devastating nuisance. However, others believe they are a vital aspect of the ecosystem, and more needs to be done to increase their numbers. To tell us more about wild horses and the complex issues surrounding them, Insight invited Dr. Amanda GearhartD., a professor at the University of Nevada, Reno, to join the program, is a rangeland scientist who focuses on restoring Nevada rangelands and was previously a wild and Peruvian horse specialist with BLM.


Pacific Standard Jazz Orchestra

Think of the perfect jazz partnership between Louie Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald and combine it with the big band style of Duke Ellington and Frank Sinatra. This is the inspiration for a new band in Sacramento. The Pacific Standard Jazz Orchestra They are a mixed jazz band that celebrates what they call the “Great American Songbook,” a compilation of great music from the early 1900s. But they approach these classics with a modern twist. Elizabeth Onbengko and Levi Sailwa are the co-directors of the orchestra and have joined Insight to discuss live performance for the first time this weekend. At Delta King on Saturday 22nd Octoberalong the Sacramento waterfront.

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