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IN THIS ISSUE Reggie Ellis Paul Myers Robert Perry Patrick Dillon Angela Duran Isaacs Kent Sorrells Kelsea Fox Lori Perry-Fiore Gina Taylor Patrick Dillon PUBLISHER EDITORIAL DIRECTOR ART DIRECTOR COnTRIBUTIng WRITERS BUSInESS OFFICE ADVERTISIng DISTRIBUTIOn Mineral King Publishing, Inc. P. O. Box 7, Exeter CA 93221 For more issues of Mineral King Publishing, Inc. publications, call 559-592-3171, email or visit 3 Kaweah Delta begins construction to ease E.D. constriction Kaweah Delta Medical Center will double the size of its emergency department over the next 2 years 22 New procedure helps kidney patients get in and out of hospital Sierra View Medical Center's USC Keck Urology Clinic offers non-invasive procedure to remove kidney stays in the same day 5 Adventist Health signs orthopaedic surgeon from the Major League Sports medicine orthopaedic sur- geon who cared for Atlanta Braves works at Hanford Medical Plaza 10 New material offers dental patients a smile made for film New dental material uses antibacterial agent to resist the build up of bio-film, or plaque 7 Tulare County foster kids find a home in CASA Court Appointed Special Advo- cates (CASA) of Tulare County opens a second location in Por- terville for south county kids 17 Is zero-sugar, no-carb Keto Diet the key to losing weight? Registered Dietician Nutritional- ist discusses pros and cons of the Ketogenic Diet as you look for ways to keep your New Year's resolutions for losing weight 19 Are we doing enough to bring down concussions? Despite protocols and preventative measures, experts say there are still too many concussions in youth sports due to a lack of understanding and attitudes about sports 16 More reasons to love your dog Being exposed to dogs as a baby may protect children against child- hood eczema and asthma, which can lead to food allergies later 11 Painkillers give America a lethal dose of its own medicine Opioid use, abuse and death have reached epidemic levels in the United States, but Tulare County is managing the problem well

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