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Temecula Valley Hospital hosts over 400 guests at Open House Celebration of new wing

TEMECULA – Over 400 community members attended the Temecula Valley Hospital's 29,000-square-foot addition Open House Celebration, Saturday, June 2. Attendees enjoyed tours of... — Updated 6/22/2018

 

Red Cross campaign calls for new blood donors to fill the 'Missing Types' as new survey finds widespread misconceptions about blood donation

TEMECULA – As part of an international movement, the American Red Cross is launching the Missing Types campaign to recruit new blood donors – and those who have not given recently – to ensure lifesaving blood is available... — Updated 6/22/2018

 

Menifee participates in the Valley Health Coalition

MENIFEE – Menifee announced its collaboration with the cities of Temecula, Murrieta and Lake Elsinore for a new regional health program. The Valley Wellness Coalition will provide free fitness activities at the local parks of... — Updated 6/22/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    Lifestyles

Child sexual assault victims have a new safe home for forensic exams

Victims of sexual assault from the Hemet and San Jacinto Valley, while under police protection, and with the assistance of Center Against Sexual Assault of Southwest Riverside... — Updated 6/20/2018

 

Pechanga hosts large-scale yoga event benefiting programs for veterans, cancer survivors

TEMECULA – In honor of International Yoga Day, Pechanga Resort and Casino is hosting a large-scale community yoga event on the resort’s new event lawn, which was added as a part of its recent $300 million expansion. The class... — Updated 6/20/2018

 

Desert Hills Memory Care to host monthly Education & Connections support group

HEMET– Desert Hills Memory Care, 25818 Columbia St. in Hemet, will host monthly Education & Connections support group meetings at their community. Meetings will be held 10-11:30 a.m. the second Wednesday of every month.... — Updated 6/20/2018

 

Lake Elsinore Unified School district offers Summer Meal Program

LAKE ELSINORE – Kids ages 1-18 who reside within the Lake Elsinore Unified School District are eligible to participate in the Summer Meal Program, June 18, through July 26, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of... — Updated 6/16/2018 Full story

 

Brain mapping that seeks to identify 'normal' could aid Alzheimer's disease treatment

Inside Florida’s largest retirement community researchers using new brain-mapping technology are trying to peel back the secrets of the brain. The goal is to make world-changing discoveries about how the mind works that could... — Updated 6/8/2018

 

Hospice of the Valleys to host workshop on living wills

MURRIETA – Do loved ones know your final wishes? Help them make the right decisions for you. Give the gift of peace of mind and the gift of knowing what to do in uncertain times. Hospice of the Valleys is hosting four free,... — Updated 6/8/2018

 

Murrieta plastic surgeon recognized for client satisfaction

MURRIETA – The American Institute of Plastic Surgeons has recognized plastic surgeon Dr. Brian J. Eichenberg for the second year to the ‘10 Best Plastic Surgeons for Client Satisfaction” list. The American Institute of... — Updated 6/8/2018

 

What are some parenting goals?

Being a parent is certainly an experience in extremes. There are times when it can be so fulfilling and rewarding for what has been accomplished as a parent, yet plenty of other times when the best a parent can feel is stressed... — Updated 6/8/2018

 

Temecula Valley Hospital hosts an open house celebration of new wing

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Hospital's new wing is set to open this summer, and to celebrate, the hospital hosted an open house Saturday, June 2, which featured tours of the new... — Updated 6/8/2018

 

Val Verde Unified School District raises over $57,000 for March of Dimes

PERRIS – Val Verde Unified School District raised $57,532.87 for the March of Dimes foundation this year. Val Verde Unified began supporting March of Dimes in 2002 and has raised... — Updated 6/7/2018

 

Hemet students expand on MIT research in breakthrough for Alzheimer's disease

HEMET – Science Fair projects have become more detailed and sophisticated over the years because students have a greater access to science, technology, engineering, arts and... — Updated 6/1/2018

 

Knights of Columbus donate 4 ultrasound machines to Birth Choice facilities

MURRIETA – Thanks to the generosity of the parishioners at St. Martha’s Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus Council No. 11393 were able to purchase four ultrasound machines for use at Birth Choice facilities in Temecula,... — Updated 6/1/2018

 

California Victim Compensation Board awards Alternatives to Domestic Violence funding to open trauma recovery center for victims in Hemet

HEMET – Alternatives to Domestic Violence announced receipt of their grant award of $750,000 from the California Victim Compensation Board to establish the Trauma Recovery Center in their clinical site in Hemet. Currently,... — Updated 6/1/2018

 

Battle over Affordable Care Act shifts to the states

The public has heard relatively little from Washington in recent months about the former President Barack Obama’s health care law, The Affordable Care Act, but that silence doesn’t mean elected officials have forgotten about... — Updated 5/31/2018

 

County DPSS Adult Services receives national honors for three programs that fight elder abuse, streamline care and training

RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Department of Public Social Services, Adult Services Division, has received three national awards for its work to streamline enrollment for in-home caregivers, to combat elder- and dependent-care... — Updated 5/24/2018

 

Hemet Valley Medical Center provides free Health Fair to 4 Seasons residents

HEMET – Hemet Valley Medical Center staff and technicians joined many other health & health services providers in the Lodge at 4 Seasons for the Annual Health Fair Thursday,... — Updated 5/24/2018

 

Michelle's Place to host 'Return to Sex and Intimacy for Cancer Survivors' seminar

TEMECULA – Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center is hosting a free educational seminar on returning to sex and intimacy after cancer 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 5. The seminar will help breast cancer survivors discover... — Updated 5/24/2018

 
 By Alex Groves    Lifestyles

Run for ALS research, health fair held in Wildomar

Hundreds of people flocked to Marna O'Brien Park in Wildomar Saturday, May 19, for a 10K and 5K run dedicated to finding a cure for a deadly neurological disease. The ALS One Run... — Updated 5/22/2018

 

Pinwheels highlight child abuse prevention

TEMECULA – Ever noticed the pinwheel gardens around the valley? They have been created and planted by preschool, grade-school and middle-school children to create awareness that... — Updated 5/18/2018

 

Donate blood in May

TEMECULA – The San Diego Blood Bank in partnership with the community is sponsoring two blood drives for the end of May. Murrieta Mesa High School is hosting a mobile blood drive, 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 23, in... — Updated 5/18/2018

 
 By Joe Naiman    Lifestyles

Supervisors deny conditional use permit for Rancho California alcohol and drug treatment facility

An alcohol or drug abuse treatment facility which serves at least seven persons is permitted on unincorporated Riverside County land with Wine Country zoning only with a conditional use permit, and that permit is discretionary.... — Updated 5/17/2018

 

Hit-and-run deaths hit record high

TEMECULA – More than one hit-and-run crash occurs every minute on U.S. roads, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. These crashes resulted in 2,049 deaths in 2016 – the highest number on record... — Updated 5/11/2018

 

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