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Most Americans unaware of potentially life-threatening skin cancer

NEW YORK – A staggering 74% of Americans are not familiar with cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma – a type of skin cancer that is also the second most common type of cancer in the U.S. – according to a new survey conducted by... — Updated 8/21/2019


Thinking About Health

Last month The New York Times ran a cautionary tale about the heart surgery and care astronaut Neil Armstrong received and his death two weeks later at a community hospital in a Cincinnati suburb in 2012. The Times had received... — Updated 8/21/2019


Yoga helps those battling disease

FALLBROOK – People in any stage of cancer recovery from diagnosis to cancer-free can improve the likelihood of not having a recurrence and experience many other benefits yoga has... — Updated 8/21/2019


Avoiding sunburn now can protect against skin cancer later

TEMECULA – As summer draws to a close, many people continue to visit the beach for that one last day of fun in the sun. But don't let late summer and early fall days fool you,... — Updated 8/21/2019


How to prepare the family when an aging loved one is moving in

TEMECULA – No man or woman, regardless of their age, wants to consider that a day may come when they need to rely on loved ones to help them perform everyday activities. But... — Updated 8/15/2019


Family advocacy group hosts teen panel in Temecula

TEMECULA – A Loving Way to Parent, a local advocacy group for children and families in Temecula, is hosting a Teen Panel Discussion, “Courage to Have the Hard Conversations,” Saturday, Sept. 14, from 3-7:30 p.m. at... — Updated 8/15/2019


Prevent strains and sprains during sports play

TEMECULA – Scholastic sports are popular activities. While playing sports has many benefits, including increased physical activity, that impact both the body and the mind, such... — Updated 8/15/2019


Sun protection tips for young children

NEW YORK, N.Y. – As September inches closer, many families may want to take advantage of the last full summer month by spending a lot of time outdoors. But whether they're... — Updated 8/15/2019


Palomar Health to host Disaster Preparedness Fair

ESCONDIDO – Residents are invited to take steps now to prepare for a future disaster, to join Palomar Health at the fourth annual Disaster Preparedness Fair and to be one step ahead of an emergency or disaster. The event,... — Updated 8/15/2019


MommyFit hosts grand opening, Aug. 17

MURRIETA – Soon-to-be mothers, first- time mothers or seventh-time mothers are all welcome to attend the MommyFit grand opening and ribbon cutting, Saturday, Aug. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their new studio at 29990 Hunter... — Updated 8/15/2019


Chocolate milk can aid in replenishing nutrients for teen athletes

Between sports practices, training, games and tournaments, teen athletes endure a lot of stress on their bodies. While some parents know real dairy milk is a nutritious option for... — Updated 8/15/2019


How to exercise dogs in extreme weather

TEMECULA – Exercise is important for every member of a family, including the family dog. According to Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Florida, regular exercise... — Updated 8/15/2019


Manage the costs of fighting cancer

TEMECULA – Cancer takes a toll on people's bodies and minds and even the people around them. Upon being diagnosed with cancer, people understandably focus on the toll the disease... — Updated 8/9/2019


Temecula's 3rd annual F.I.T. Fun Color Run to be held Sunday, Sept. 22

TEMECULA ─ The F.I.T. Fun Color Run is back for a third year. This health-focused community favorite will be held Sunday, Sept. 22, at Ronald Reagan Sports Park, 30875 Rancho Vista Road. Adult race will start at 8:30 a.m., and... — Updated 8/9/2019


Get ready to run

When someone has made the decision to get in shape whether the goal is a full marathon or a few laps around the neighborhood, there are a few steps to consider taking before strappi... — Updated 8/9/2019


Wake up refreshed with simple ways to begin the morning

Ready, set, go. Just as a runner would set off at the starting line of a race, this hectic pace is how mornings begin for many men and women. Instead of waking with dread to face... — Updated 8/9/2019


Temecula Valley Hospital receives Mission: Lifeline's Bronze Receiving Achievement Award

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Hospital has received the Mission: Lifeline Bronze Receiving Quality Achievement Award for implementing specific quality improvement measures outlined... — Updated 8/9/2019


Vail Headquarters to host blood drive with San Diego Blood Bank

TEMECULA – Vail Headquarters, 32115 Temecula Parkway, in Temecula is hosting a mobile blood drive in their parking lot in partnership with the San Diego Blood Bank Tuesday, Aug. 13, from noon to 5 p.m. Anyone 17 and older, who... — Updated 8/1/2019


Do you really listen to what others have to say?

Most people like to hear themselves talk. They enjoy sharing information about themselves, their jobs and their recent activities. And there’s nothing wrong with that, unless they spend so much time talking that they forget to ac... — Updated 8/1/2019


McMillen Family Foundation gives $486,500 to Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center Murrieta

LOMA LINDA – Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center Murrieta has received a $486,500 gift to fully fund the expansion of its outpatient adolescent behavioral medicine... — Updated 8/1/2019


Develop self-discipline and reach your goals

SAN ANTONIO – Americans are known to overeat, abuse credit cards, marinate for hours in social media and break New Year’s resolutions before the end of January. Self-discipline doesn’t seem to be a national strength. And... — Updated 8/1/2019


County's tax roll exceeds $300 billion

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors certified the latest property tax roll for Riverside County, which rose an aggregate 5.86% last year, with houses making up the largest share of the valuation during its July 23 meeting.... — Updated 8/1/2019


Most Americans unaware of a widespread and potentially life-threatening skin cancer, according to Skin Cancer Foundation survey

NEW YORK – A staggering 74% of Americans are not familiar with cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma – a type of skin cancer that is also the second most common type of cancer in the U.S. – according to a new survey conducted... — Updated 8/1/2019


How to combat dementia and memory loss

TEMECULA – Alzheimer's Disease International said that there were approximately 50 million people living with dementia in 2017. Experts predicted that number will roughly double e... — Updated 7/25/2019


Donate blood in August

TEMECULA – The San Diego Blood Bank is partnering with two local businesses in Temecula holding blood drives in August. The Tilted Kilt in Temecula will host a mobile blood drive Thursday, Aug. 1, from noon to 5 p.m. in their... — Updated 7/25/2019


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