Home insurance advice for severe weather | UCSF study on severe teen psychiatric symptoms during COVID-19 | Nursing shortages during pandemic | CapRadio Music Halloween picks
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A tree branch blocks 10th Street in Downtown Sacramento during a storm on Sunday Oct. 24, 2021.
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Following an early winter storm producing record rainfall, we discuss the bigger picture trends regarding home insurance and how to have the right coverage. A UCSF-led study about three teens with mild to asymptomatic COVID-19 who developed sudden, severe psychiatric symptoms. What it’s like to meet patients' needs during a pandemic while experiencing a nursing shortage. CapRadio Music picks for your Halloween playlist.
- Following an early winter storm producing record rainfall, Janet Ruiz, Director of Strategic Communication at the Insurance Information Institute, talks about the bigger picture trends of how people in our area are insuring themselves and how to have the right coverage for your home and belongings.
- Dr. Sam Pleasure, Professor of Neurology at UCSF, discusses the findings in a UCSF-led study published Monday regarding three teens with mild to asymptomatic COVID-19 who developed sudden, severe psychiatric symptoms.
- Dr. Adam Dougherty, Assistant Medical Director at Sutter Medical Center Sacramento, as well as Joanne Spetz, Director of the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies at UCSF, explain what it’s like to meet patients' needs during a pandemic while experiencing a nursing shortage.
- Weekend and Fill-in Host for News and Modern Music at CapRadio, Andrew Garcia, gives us his picks for Halloween music.