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Rady Children's Murrieta Medical Plaza celebrates grand opening

The new Rady Children's Murrieta Medical Plaza celebrates with a grand opening event, Aug. 11. To see more photos of the event, click here.... — Updated 8/16/2018


How yoga helps cancer survivors

The attendees of the Aug. 2, Woman of Wellness program in Fallbrook learned how yoga can help cancer patients and survivors heal and recover from their treatment. Sponsored by... — Updated 8/16/2018


Free suicide awareness, prevention training offered in Desert Hot Springs

In response to the overwhelming interest in a Safe Talk demonstration held Aug. 2 in the city of Riverside, health officials have scheduled a second suicide awareness and prevention training in Coachella Valley. The event is planne... — Updated 8/17/2018


California families living in public housing are now protected from secondhand smoke exposure

SACRAMENTO – Secondhand smoke is a serious health threat and can linger in rooms and even travel between homes in multi-unit housing. There is no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke, and now California residents in... — Updated 8/10/2018


Research suggests the key to living a long life lies in the behaviors started as young children

LOMA LINDA, Calif. – According to a new study from researchers at Loma Linda University, the key to living a long life lies in the behaviors started as young children. The... — Updated 8/10/2018


Protect your investment in your child's braces

Braces are a major investment for families. According to a survey by the Journal of Clinical Orthodontics, the average price ranges between $5,000 and $6,000. At costs like those, it’s an investment worth protecting. The road to... — Updated 8/10/2018


Good mental health is no different from good physical health

Seeing a physician isn’t embarrassing if someone has the flu, a high fever or other serious health problems. No one criticizes people for seeking medical help for a physical health problem, and indeed, most people would find... — Updated 8/10/2018


Rady Children's celebrates grand opening of new Murrieta medical plaza

SAN DIEGO – With many new services up and running and more to come, Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego is offering an enhanced level of outpatient pediatric care to families in southwest Riverside County through its... — Updated 8/10/2018


Affordable health screenings come to Temecula

TEMECULA – Residents living in Temecula can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions Friday, Aug. 17, with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening at... — Updated 8/12/2018


Temecula Valley Hospital receives Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Hospital has received the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines – Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes the hospital’s... — Updated 8/10/2018


Rancho Family Medical Group and UC San Diego Health enter into an exclusive affiliation

TEMECULA – University of California San Diego Health and Rancho Family Medical Group announced that they have entered into an exclusive strategic affiliation designed to enhance the delivery of high-quality care to patients in... — Updated 8/9/2018


The various benefits of farm-to-table

TEMECULA – Few things are more satisfying than biting into a fresh tomato right from the garden or seasoning a meal with herbs picked from a windowsill greenhouse. Restaurants... — Updated 8/2/2018


Learning how to handle stress in your life

Stress is a given in our lives. Whether it’s the news out of Washington, work problems or just the daily issues of life in today's world, there are plenty of things to stress us out. The stress of certain big events, such as... — Updated 8/2/2018


Assemblywoman Waldron announces signature of bill to reduce spread of HIV and AIDS

SACRAMENTO – Governor Brown signed AB 1791, by Assemblywoman Marie Waldron (R-Escondido), to help reduce the further spread of HIV & AIDS in California communities July 18.   The legislation recommends the Medical Board look at... — Updated 8/2/2018


Big Data could set insurance premiums, minorities could pay the price

Are you a registered Democrat? You could be more likely to experience anxiety these days, causing you to need more mental health care. Have you lived in neighborhoods near... — Updated 8/2/2018


Temecula Valley Hospital designated an Aetna Institute of Quality Cardiac Care Facility

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Hospital has been designated an Aetna Institute of Quality Cardiac Care Facility for comprehensive heart and vascular treatment-including cardiac medical intervention and cardiac rhythm programs.... — Updated 8/2/2018

 By Codie Hays    Lifestyles

Learn to dance burlesque at Temecula Studio

Learn the ins and outs of burlesque dancing at Go-Go Dance Arts studio in Temecula. The unique class is small and intimate, usually only two to three people per class, and teaches the basic steps and moves of burlesque dancing. Sun... — Updated 8/2/2018

 By Codie Hays    Lifestyles

Rancho Springs Medical Center offers monthly breast-feeding class

Rancho Springs Medical Center is holding their monthly class for expectant mothers to learn the ins and outs of breast-feeding, 7-9:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16. The class, offered through the Southwest Healthcare System, will help mo... — Updated 8/1/2018


Volunteers make memory boxes to remember loved ones

MURRIETA – On July 12, over 75 community members came together to make memory boxes for families of hospice patients. Hospice of the Valleys hosted the free event at Temeku Hills... — Updated 7/27/2018


Michelle's Place offers Walk of Hope in support of cancer patients

For years, Michelle's Place has offered programs and services to aid citizens of Temecula who suffer from breast cancer. Now, they are looking for community support in their aim of... — Updated 7/27/2018


Rady Children's NICU at Rancho Springs Medical Center in Murrieta wins top award

MURRIETA – Rady Children's - Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Rancho Springs Medical Center received the Top Performer Award from Professional Research Consultants,... — Updated 7/26/2018

 By Tony Ault    Lifestyles

Lifelong hearing-impaired woman is surprised by special gift

Hearing is one of the most precious gifts given to man and not all people are blessed with perfect hearing. That precious gift has been corrected twice for the same Hemet customer... — Updated 8/13/2018 Full story


Herbs and some meds don't mix

TEMECULA – Herbal remedies may be used to treat symptoms of many conditions and can often be a viable tool in an overall health plan. But there is a dearth of research evaluating... — Updated 7/26/2018


After four recent deaths, and with temperatures rising, health officials again urge precautions for residents

RIVERSIDE - Forecasters are predicting sharp temperature increases again, and health officials are urging residents to protect themselves and others who are most susceptible to the heat. Three people in Hemet and one in Bermuda... — Updated 7/25/2018


Brother and sister duo forgo gifts and donate money to benefit new hospital project

LOMA LINDA – Loma Linda University Children's Hospital recently gained two young benefactors after brother-sister duo Ashton and Alyssa Jean-Marie – ages 4 and 11 – donated... — Updated 7/18/2018


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