Everyday people are trying whole-body cyrotherapy, super-cooling their bodies at spas mimicking a recovery regimen of the pros. But does it work?
Wednesday’s Briefing: Unions Still Oppose Oakland Oak Knoll Project; Brown Open to Reducing Size of Tunnels Plan
Plus, PG&E faces existential threat from NorCal fires.
In two years, 66 percent of more than 200 patients treated at the Specialty Blood Pressure Clinic have their high blood pressure under control.
Alameda’s influential firefighters’ union is at war with Jill Keimach over how she selected the new chief of the Island’s fire department.
Tuesday’s Briefing: Crews Comb Fire Wreckage for Victims; Five Firefighters Injured in Santa Cruz Mountains Blaze
Plus, Alameda’s city attorney to commission independent probe of alleged council interference in fire chief controversy.
Hep C patients are being cured with fewer side effects, and researchers are working on a hep C vaccine.
The Canadian indie alt rockers are on tour promoting a fifth album, Everything Now.
Plus, state Senate President Kevin de León launches bid to unseat Dianne Feinstein.
There’s no panacea for universal good health and wellness, but the East Bay offers innovative solutions for age-old issues.