With the biting cold comes the increased chance of illness. Drastic weather changes tend to trigger reactions in your general health, leading to infections from cold and flu viruses. While some people are resigned to this yearly cycle of illness, it does not have to be that way for you.
Black Friday is one of the biggest events that everyone eagerly awaits each year because of the massive discounts in electronics and everything else. While getting a good deal is exciting, there are several dangers that have been proven to arise because of Black Friday. Below are some of the most common injuries that are known to occur, as well as how to avoid them, according to your local North Sacramento urgent care center.
Halloween is bound to be a real treat with the Hope for Hearing Halloween Run happening this October 29, 2016 at Sacramento’s William Land Park. Perfect for the whole family, you can dress up in your spookiest Halloween costumes to double the fun and even have a chance to win an award for best costume. There’s also trick or treating for all children under 13 years old. Best of all, all proceeds will be given to Children’s Choice for Hearing and Talking (CCHAT) and Hope for Healthy Families Counseling Center.
History offers much to learn, if people are willing to delve into it. Unfortunately, history is not always regarded as a cool subject. Often, the very mention of the word conjures images of musty books and droning professors.
Residents and running fanatics in North Sacramento will be participating in the 5k and 10k FroYo Run. What makes this event unique is that it not only encourages a healthy and active lifestyle among its participants, but it also makes the exercise more enjoyable. Featured in the 5k run are two motivation stations, which are actually cooled and ventilated tunnels that joggers can run through. Continue reading
The Grapes & Grub Festival, happening at the Old Sugar Mill at the end of June, is all set to be one of the community’s summer highlights. This annual winery event celebrates wine, food, and music, with exclusive and mouthwatering food truck menu pairings.
Every year, the Sacramento Cactus & Succulent Society holds a Cactus & Succulent Show in order to promote better understanding and care of succulent plants through fun and educational activities. It has become a tradition that dates back to the organization’s original inception in October 1960, and has brought in Succulent lovers from across the country year in and year out. If you’re planning to attend the 56th iteration of the show, you should include a visit to a North Sacramento walk-in clinic in your plans.