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Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital Layoffs Coming Up to 120 Jobs–Medical Employment at a Standstill in California by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 12 Dec 2010 2:37am Salinas is about 100 miles or so south of San Francisco and due to escalating costs and the need to save money layoffs have been announced.  Interesting enough the local Healthcare Union stated the hospital should begin reducing the salaries paid to hospital executives.  Remember back when a hospital back in Boston under the suggestion of the ... Read on »
Health Benefits of Sea Vegetables - Chlorella, Dunaliella Salina, Hawaiian Spirulina by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 05 Jan 2011 5:30pm The sea provides us with a wide supply of food rich in different types of nutrients. Apart from the fishes and other animal sources, the sea also harbours numerous vegetables and algae that are considered rich sources of essential nutrients. Numerous research is being conducted on different plant resources available widely in the se ... Read on »
Salinas Stories by Donald Patient Expert Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:10pm Well, that was easy. It was only a matter of hours before the statue in yesterday’s post was correctly identified as John Steinbeck; what will take substantially longer is for me to describe its significance – about both the man, and to the city that shaped him. To say that the relationship between Steinbeck and the city of Salinas ... Read on »
Road Trip recap, crazy Salina runs and GU. by Barefoot Angie Bee Posted Mon 22 Mar 2010 4:48pm A handy dandy list will make this modge podge of ramblings bearable for us all since quite a bit of this post will be for the sake of posterity. In no particular order of course. We went to Salina Kansas for a spring break road trip. Salina is in the middle of the state where I70 and I35 meet.   It was awesome to see all the windmills ... Read on »
Win an Entry to the Salinas Valley Half Marathon! by IronBrandon Posted Mon 21 Jun 2010 6:45am Posted by Brandon on Jun 21, 2010 | I want to begin by saying that whoever wins this, I AM SO JEALOUS! Now, on to the contest… The First Annual Salinas Valley Half Marathon is a race that struck me as one that has so much to offer. F ... Read on »
28 Miles in Vibrams: Salinas Valley Half Marathon Report by Donald Patient Expert Posted Thu 12 Aug 2010 12:00am Framed by the Santa Lucia mountains to the west and the Gabilan range to the east, the Salinas Valley is known primarily for its flat terrain, fertile fields, and cool morning fog. It’s an ideal environment for crop development – not to mention a sweet area to host a road race. That was the intent of the race committee for this year’s f ... Read on »
Mt. Salina by Robert Folzenlogen Posted Sat 24 Mar 2012 12:00am Having driven across the Great Plains on many occasions, I have come to know the cities and towns, their respective exit numbers and, most importantly, the amenities that they offer for the traveler. In addition, as a naturalist, I have come to recognize these human oases by their surrounding terrain (yes, the Great Plains harbor a mix of topog ... Read on »
Random Shots of Beauty (Extended Salinas Valley Edition) by Donald Patient Expert Posted Sat 04 Aug 2012 12:00am I keep meaning to write something about my upcoming Leadville race – it seems like kind of a big deal, after all - but there’s something about the prospect of doing something that simultaneously inspires and terrifies me that’s temporarily leaving me at a loss for words.  I’m working on it, I promose. In the meantime, le ... Read on »
The adventure so far. Salina Kansas and Thanks Des Moines you were good to us. by Barefoot Angie Bee Posted Wed 24 Jul 2013 3:50pm   Salina Kansas has been home to us for the last three weeks and hopefully we will be on the road to Washington later this week.  We are staying at my mother in laws house.  We packed up the van and left Des Moines with eagerness to leave and yet feeling grateful for the experiences we had there.   I gave birth to my youngest son Archimedes i ... Read on »
A Hidden Paradise: Salina, The Aeolian Islands, Italy by The Picky Eater Posted Sun 25 Aug 2013 12:00am This was basically the view we got to wake up to for 7 days straight during our time in Salina. Can anything be more peaceful and relaxing? This was the last destination on our month-long Italian vacation. It was almost like our trip went from the most city-like ( Rome ), to the most remote (Salina). Where is Salina? It’s ... Read on »