Anorexia Athletica, also known as Hypergymnasia, is having an eating disorder combined with excessive exercise to maintain a low body weight. Mostly found in pre-professional and elite fitness athletes, it is not formally recognized by the standard mental health diagnostic manuals. Doctors tend to not diagnose it in it’s own right as they decline to […]
To many Americans, a spiritual place is an important part of the community whether they are religious or not. It gives people a place to go to when having a hard time, or unite the community to celebrates their differents. The 70th Annual Japanse Bazaar is in the Buddist Church of Sacramento is one such […]
The Democratic Party of Sacramento County held a phone bank on Friday, August 12th in support of Assembly Bill 1066, which would give farmworkers overtime pay.
Voices From Our Streets
On Saturday, March 26th, Sacramento Charter High-School in alliance with Soil Born Farms hosted a event called Harvest Sacramento where organizations, local people and youth of all ages were encouraged to come and pair up into teams and head into the neighborhoods. The featuring neighborhoods were North Oak Park, Midtown, East Sacramento, and many more from all over Sacramento County. […]
The Sacramento Area Creeks Council is uplifting the importance of preserving water by establishing fun family activities and educational events as well as encouraging locals within Sacramento, Rio Linda, Folsom, and Orangevale Counties to come together in their individual regions and help clean up their local water resources. The main aspect of all these jovial […]
Many low income communities, such as those in South Sacramento, do not have much access to healthy organic foods. Instead, they are given wide varieties of lucrative fast food industries to feed the needs of the growing citizens. These fast food locations even attempt to offer “healthy alternatives” that are “cheap solutions”. People in the community […]