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ABC7 News Meteorologist Mike Nicco says it looks like chances of wet weather for this weekend are drying up, bringing little relief for firefighters battling wildfires in the region.
Nicco is tracking two forecasts, right now. Unfortunately, he says the European model, which was the wettest, is trending dry.
Future radar shows “at midnight Friday, the storm system is a lot farther to the west and it just kind of falls apart as we head through the morning hours and into the evening.”
You can expect cooler temperatures in the afternoon hours.
“There’s a slight change of some drizzle,” said Nicco. But it’s not much.
“Our next system is looking like a Saturday event, but not the good healthy rain that we were hoping for,” added Nicco.
As we head through
Some Bay Area public health leaders said Thursday that they remain unclear on how they will adhere to the state’s new “health equity” metric, intended to protect disadvantaged areas hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Latitude Food Allergy Care, the company transforming the way we understand and care for food allergies, today announced the expansion of its network of clinics to three new locations in the San Francisco Bay Area to increase access to specialized food allergy care and treatment. The Redwood City-based company will offer its innovative food allergy services in San Francisco, South Bay and East Bay with plans to expand across the nation.
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Latino health: Latino health experts discuss how Proposition 16, which would restore preferential considerations for people of color and women in public university admissions and government contracting and hiring, could lessen disparities in public health that leave the Latino community more vulnerable to the coronavirus pandemic. 5 p.m. More information is here.
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Your immune system defends you against microorganisms that cause all sorts of infections and diseases. But with the increased threat brought by the ongoing pandemic, your immune system could use an extra boost.
While bolstering your immunity is easier said than done, several dietary and lifestyle changes may strengthen your body’s natural defenses and help you fight harmful pathogens or disease-causing organisms. We’ve listed some of the simple things you can do daily to help boost your immune system.
Food is your best source of everything. Fill half your plate with vegetables and fruit, and split the other half between lean protein and grains, as the USDA’s MyPlate guidelines recommend.
You should also take some time to think about what you’re getting out of your food. In this day and
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