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Coronavirus Levels Rising in Los Angeles County

Coronavirus Levels Rising in Los Angeles County

THANKS ANTI-VAXXERS! December 24, 2023 Health officials are urging people to exercise during upcoming holiday celebrations, with coronavirus transmission once again on the rise across Los Angeles County. Pasadena Public…

Plant a Few Trees for You and the Bees

A bee on the white flowers of a seven-son flower tree (Heptacodium miconoides). Photo courtesy of MelindaMyers.com October 10, 2023 by Melinda Myers Fall is a great time to add trees to your…

How Does Drug Compounding Work? 

How Does Drug Compounding Work? 

Drug compounding represents a fundamental aspect of pharmacy it has been used for many years in medication to create different dosages.…

As Memorial Day Weekend Approaches, Here’s How to be Safe Having Fun in the Sun

May 22, 2023 With Memorial Day weekend arriving later this week, families across Southern California will be going swimming, grilling, hiking, camping, road tripping or boating as they celebrate the…

Autism: Separating Fact from Fiction

Thanks to additional research and treatment options today, if a child has been diagnosed with autism, they can still live productive and rewarding lives with proper behavioral and medical treatment.…

Smoking and Lung Cancer Heavily Impact Asian Americans

<strong>Smoking and Lung Cancer Heavily Impact Asian Americans</strong>

April 18, 2023 As the nation recognizes April as National Minority Health Awareness Month, it’s important to consider the health disparities affecting racial and ethnic minorities, including why lung cancer is…

Kaiser Permanente Awards National Alliance on Mental Illness California a $2.3 Million Grant

Kaiser Permanente Awards National Alliance on Mental Illness California a $2.3 Million Grant

March 27, 2023 This grant will help NAMI California develop a new regional model, providing additional support, technical assistance and programming for its 56 affiliates statewide Kaiser Permanente is providing…

With the Arrival of Spring Comes an Unwanted Guest: Allergy Season

<strong>With the Arrival of Spring Comes an Unwanted Guest: Allergy Season</strong>

Recent Rains Likely to Cause More Suffering For many people, as spring arrived on Monday, March 20, it brought feelings of renewal, new beginnings, budding leaves, blooming flowers, and – yes – those dreadful allergies! Except…

Gerber infant formula recalled over potential Cronobacter contamination

Gerber infant formula recalled over potential Cronobacter contamination

 March 18, 2023 Perrigo Company plc, of Dublin, Ireland, is recalling certain lots of Gerber® Good Start® SootheProTM Powdered Infant Formula in the U.S., that were manufactured at the Company’s…

Business Safety Improvements and Why They Matter

A lack of business safety can be costly in dollars and in morale. At the same time, it can be difficult to determine how much in resources you should put…

Kaiser Permanente Study: Extra Pounds Put Kids at Higher Risk for Hypertension

Kaiser Permanente Study: Extra Pounds Put Kids at Higher Risk for Hypertension

Kaiser Permanente study shows even modest elevations in BMI above the “average weight” for children were associated with an increased risk of hypertension. March 15, 2023 A Kaiser Permanente study…

Colon Cancer is Best Treated in its Early Stages and Through Screenings

<strong>Colon Cancer is Best Treated in its Early Stages and Through Screenings</strong>

Get more local news delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for free HMG-CN local news and alerts. March 3, 2023 March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month As March is…

Recognizing the Roots and Red Flags of Eating Disorders,and Why Treatment is so Important

<strong>Recognizing the Roots and Red Flags of Eating Disorders,and Why Treatment is so Important</strong>

February 24, 2023 February 27 – March 5 is National Eating Disorders Week With advertising, social media campaigns and influencers associating being thin with beauty and glamor, many people –…

Sign Up for Blood Drive at Cerritos Towne Center Feb. 7, 2023

Sign Up for Blood Drive at Cerritos Towne Center Feb. 7, 2023

January 24, 2023 Tuesday, February 07, 2023, 10:00 am – 03:00 pm, Cerritos Towne Center 12731 Towne Center Avenue Parking lot in front of Trader Joe’s Cerritos, CA 90703. Click…

Candlelight Vigil for Victims of Monterey Park Tonight at 7:00 p.m. at Monterey Park City Hall

WHAT:  Please join us for a                Candlelight Virgil for the Victims of the Mass Shooting in Monterey Park                Please bring candles or flowers                          WHEN:  Monday, January 23, 2022             …

7 things to consider when switching energy supplier

7 things to consider when switching energy supplier…

Another storm continues to soak SoCal, but dry days are ahead

Another storm continues to soak SoCal, but dry days are ahead

Another major winter storm is dumping more rain across Southern California, but dry days are ahead this week. In Los Angeles and Orange County on Monday, look for between 1…

Cervical Cancer Screenings And Vaccinations Encouraged In January

Cervical Cancer Screenings And Vaccinations Encouraged In January

January is a cervical cancer awareness month. Healthcare, medicine and early prevention. January 10, 2023 Vaccinations and screenings can protect from cervical cancer . As the new year begins, many will…

Signs You Need to Update Your Homeowners Insurance in 2023

Dealing with insurance of any kind can be a daunting experience if you do not approach the subject correctly. You probably already know that, though, since you have already obtained…

Two Inches of Rain brings flooding and debris flows

A powerful storm system continued to batter central and southern California Monday night and is forecast to last through Tuesday.  In Santa Barbara County, evacuations were ordered for the city of Montecito…