immunization en On Valley Edition: Immunization Law; Shrinking Middle Class; Learn2Earn <p>This week on Valley Edition, we revisit the issue of the state's efforts to replace the former Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) program with the new Community Based Adult Services (CBAS) program. Advocates for those with severe disabilities say the new program is turning away many who should qualify, but the state disagrees. Lauren Whaley brings us a <a href="">special report</a> from Sacramento.</p> Tue, 28 Aug 2012 19:43:59 +0000 Juanita Stevenson 3034 at Contraception, Vaccine Bills Pass California Senate <p></p><p>Two major health-related bills passed the California Senate Wednesday. One bill would require a doctor’s signature before a parent can opt out of a vaccination for their child. Democratic Senator Lois Wolk says the bill doesn’t take away parental rights, just requires a doctor’s visit.</p><p>“If, at the end of that you decide that you want an immunization for your child, fine. If you don’t, you don’t need to get one. You just have to have that conversation with a medical professional.”</p> Thu, 23 Aug 2012 19:23:07 +0000 Pauline Bartolone 2777 at Contraception, Vaccine Bills Pass California Senate On Valley Edition: Health & Your Zipcode; Immunization Policy; Margarita Engle <p>This week on Valley Edition, we talk about a new study that links the health of Valley residents with their neighborhood. It turns out where you live can tell you a lot about your health and lifespan. We&#39;ll also learn more about efforts to change state laws about immunization policies in an effort to protect public health. We close our program with a profile of Newbery Award winning local author Margarita Engle.&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Valley Edition for March 20, 2012:</strong></p> Tue, 20 Mar 2012 21:39:48 +0000 Juanita Stevenson 1153 at On Quality of Life: School Health Programs; Fresno Unified <p><strong>Segment 1: School Health Programs&nbsp;</strong>- When we hear about budget problems in California schools, we usually think of teachers losing their jobs. But school nurses are also worried about job security and cuts to student health services. On this edition of Quality of Life, correspondent Shellie Branco brings us a feature report on school health, and talks with school nurses and one Visalia family who relies on them. Tue, 19 Apr 2011 19:50:13 +0000 Joe Moore 1225 at