By Melia Russell Updated 4:00 am PDT, Friday, July 12, 2019 Julia and Jack Altman walk with their rescue dog, Teddy, in Dolores Park near their home in the Mission District of San Francisco. The Altmans experienced a miscarriage, prompting Jack to offer paid leave for pregnancy losses at his startup, Lattice.. less Julia and Jack Altman walk with their rescue dog, Teddy, in Dolores Park near their home in the Mission District of San Francisco. The Altmans experienced a miscarriage, prompting Jack to offer paid leave for ... more Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez / The Chronicle Buy photo Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez / The Chronicle Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 Julia and Jack Altman walk with their rescue dog, Teddy, in Dolores Park near their home in the Mission … [Read more...] about Miscarriage leave, a benefit no one wants to use, on the rise
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Detoxing off heroin or opioids without medication is sheer hell. I should know. For many users, full-blown withdrawal is often foreshadowed by a yawn, or perhaps a runny nose, a sore back, sensitive skin or a restless leg. For me, the telltale sign that the heroin was wearing off was a slight tingling sensation when I urinated. These telltale signals — minor annoyances in and of themselves — set off a desperate panic: I’d better get heroin or some sort of opioid into my body as soon as possible, or else I would experience a sickness so terrible I would do almost anything to prevent it: cold sweats, nausea, diarrhea and body aches, all mixed with depression and anxiety that make it impossible to do anything except dwell on how sick you are.MORE HEALTH: Here's what doctors want you to know about vapingYou crave opioids, not because you necessarily want the high, but because they’d bring instant relief. Quitting heroin was my plan every night when I went to … [Read more...] about What ‘dope sick’ really feels like
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper The Upshot | A California Dream for Paid Leave Has an Old Problem: How to Pay for It Upshot Supported by Newsom, the incoming governor, is expected to propose the longest state parental leave in the nation: six months. ByClaire Cain Miller and Jim Tankersley Jan. 6, 2019 The United States has long been the only industrialized country not to offer paid leave to new parents. Instead of waiting for the federal government, the incoming governor of California intends to change that in a significant way for families in his state. He is expected to introduce a proposal to give families six months of paid leave after the birth of a child. What’s unclear is how California would pay for it. The proposal, which the governor-elect, Gavin Newsom, is expected to include with his budget after he is sworn in on Monday, … [Read more...] about A California Dream for Paid Leave Has an Old Problem: How to Pay for It
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Technology | The 2018 Good Tech Awards Supported by The Shift ByKevin Roose Dec. 21, 2018 The words “2018,” “good” and “tech” probably don’t seem like they belong in the same paragraph, let alone the same sentence. But stay with me here. It’s true that this was a horrible year for many of the tech industry’s biggest companies. Amazon held a nationwide beauty pageant for its new headquarters, raising hopes that the company would help transform a struggling city, then picked the two places that needed it the least. Executives from Facebook, Google and Twitter got hauled before Congress to apologize for *gestures wildly in all directions*. One of Uber’s self-driving cars killed someone. And then there was Elon Musk. But the tech sector is more than its … [Read more...] about The 2018 Good Tech Awards