Alameda Magazine celebrates Island living all year long, but once a year we pull out all the stops for the annual Best of Alameda issue.
Oakland resident Ashsa Smith was 16 when she suffered a painful anterior cruciate ligament tear in her knee during a soccer game.
Wendy Clark first suspected some-thing was amiss with her health when she began experiencing a rapid heartbeat and swollen ankles.
On a Friday in early September, Donna Turner, 52, of Oakland awoke to the worst headache of her life.
When Piedmont resident Linda Murphy decided to get a spur-of-the-moment bone density test, she never imagined it would reveal she had osteopenia, a condition where bone mineral density is lower than normal.
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It was about six years ago, while longtime Alameda resident Robert “Bob” McPeak was enjoying his retirement, when his family began to notice some changes in his behavior.
When Don Trester visits his dental hygienist, Jo Ann Galliano, three times each year, he knows that he is doing more than just getting his teeth cleaned—he is setting up his first line of defense in his overall healthcare.
Ryan (not his real name) was frustrated. Before he was diagnosed with ADHD—Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder—he struggled to get through each day in the classroom and then each night trying to focus on getting all his homework finished.