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Temecula Valley Hospital treats 1st brain aneurysm patient

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Hospital has successfully treated the first brain aneurysm patient in their new facility. It is a first for the hospital and for southwest Riverside... — Updated 10/19/2018

 

Chemotherapy may lead to mitochondrial dysfunction in skeletal muscle

ROCKVILLE, Md. – Chemotherapy drugs to treat breast cancer may promote muscle mitochondrial dysfunction, according to new research. Dysfunctional mitochondria, the energy centers of the cells, may contribute to fatigue and... — Updated 10/19/2018

 

Loma Linda University Children's Hospital patients enjoy an afternoon of fun

LOMA LINDA – Patients at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital were given a break from their daily routines and treated to a fun afternoon of giveaways, crafts and games... — Updated 10/19/2018

 

Komen Inland Empire seeks volunteers, teams to support Race for the Cure

RIVERSIDE – Community members who want to raise money to fight breast cancer can do so by forming a team or volunteering for Susan G. Komen Inland Empire’s Oct. 14 Race for the Cure. The race is set for Sunday, Oct. 14, at... — Updated 10/12/2018

 

Michelle's Place offers numerous fundraising events during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This year, local nonprofit Michelle’s Place is celebrating National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a series of fundraisers and events that benefit countless women in the Temecula area. These events span from slot tournaments... — Updated 10/12/2018

 

Mayo Clinic researchers ID potential new treatment for one type of triple-negative breast cancer

ROCHESTER, Minn. – Mayo Clinic researchers have identified the drug estradiol as a potential new treatment for a subset of women with triple-negative breast cancer. Their findings are published in the Proceedings of the... — Updated 10/12/2018

 

U.S. smokers don't believe vaping is less harmful than smoking

WARSAW – A growing proportion of U.S. adults do not believe that e-cigarettes are less harmful than smoking, according to an analysis of the U.S. Population Assessment of Tobacco... — Updated 10/12/2018

 

Temecula hosts Health & Community Resource Fair

Hundreds of residents and visitors to Temecula's eighth annual Health & Community Resource Fair, Sept. 29, learned all about the latest information on health-related resources... — Updated 10/12/2018

 

New TRICARE Outpatient Clinic offers services to military families

Getting medical care without having to drive an hour or more just became a reality for families of active duty service members with the opening of the new TRICARE Outpatient Clinic... — Updated 10/9/2018

 

Loma Linda University faculty member returns home following tour in Kandahar, Afghanistan

LOMA LINDA – Dr. Nathan R. Wall, associate professor and director of the graduate program in biochemistry at Loma Linda University School of Medicine, returned to his... — Updated 10/5/2018

 

Improve GERD symptoms with natural remedies

TEMECULA – Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, is a painful condition in which stomach acid flows up the esophagus and into the mouth. Sometimes called dyspepsia, acid... — Updated 10/5/2018

 

Temecula Valley Hospital receives second Aetna designation as an Institute of Quality for cardiac surgery

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Hospital has been designated a second time by Aetna as an Institute of Quality Cardiac Care Facility for comprehensive heart and vascular treatments – now including cardiac surgery. Several months ago... — Updated 10/5/2018

 

Caron Construction hosts blood drive

MURRIETA – Caron Construction will host a mobile blood drive in partnership with the San Diego Blood Bank, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 11, in their parking lot at 29970 Technology Drive, in Murrieta. About 1 in 7 people... — Updated 10/5/2018

 

Regional Cancer Task Force to create resource guide

TEMECULA – The Southwest Riverside County Regional Cancer Task Force is collaborating with Reeder Media to publish a Southwest Riverside County Cancer Resource Guide to include a list of cancer-related businesses, medical... — Updated 9/27/2018

 

Murrieta Best Buy to host mobile blood drive

MURRIETA – Best Buy is hosting a mobile blood drive in partnership with San Diego Blood Bank Monday, Oct. 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in their parking lot at 25080 Madison Ave., in Murrieta. About 1 in 7 people entering a hospital... — Updated 9/27/2018

 

Students teach children how to manage Type 1 diabetes at Camp Conrad Chinnock

ANGELUS OAKS – Every summer since 2013, students from Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy have dedicated several days of their summer break volunteering at Camp Conrad... — Updated 9/27/2018

 

Use these natural ways to fight fall allergies

TEMECULA – As the days become shorter and the weather cools down, a new crop of allergy symptoms can arise, turning the autumn season into one marked by sneezing, scratchy throats... — Updated 9/27/2018

 

Dr. Matthew Chang is the new director of RUHS Behavioral Health

MORENO VALLEY – Dr. Matthew Chang has been named the new director of Riverside University Health System Behavioral Health. He replaces former Director Steve Steinberg, who retired... — Updated 9/28/2018

 

Temecula hosts Health & Community Resource Fair

TEMECULA – Temecula's eighth annual Health & Community Resource Fair will be held Saturday, Sept. 29, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Temecula Civic Center and Town Square, 41000... — Updated 9/21/2018

 

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. – September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness month. National Suicide Prevention Week is Sept. 9-15, and World Suicide Prevention Day is Sept. 10. During this month, organizations and individuals acro... — Updated 9/21/2018

 

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

LOMA LINDA – 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 study,... — Updated 9/21/2018

 

California Poison Control offers prevention tips about wildfire smoke dangers

SAN FRANCISCO – California Poison Control System, the largest single provider of poison control services in the U.S., has issued a warning about the dangers of wildfire smoke for children and adults with so many fires burning no... — Updated 9/21/2018

 

How to break the bad habits you don't know you have

If someone doesn’t know they have a bad habit, obviously they have no motivation to break it. But it is the mysterious habits that people do subconsciously – or almost subconsciously – that can do the most damage to their... — Updated 9/21/2018

 

Is it time for that career change?

Current news reports seem to show that in many areas of the country the economy is performing strongly. Housing prices are up, corporate profits are increasing and unemployment rates in most places are at historic lows. An... — Updated 9/21/2018

 

Report raises questions about county hospital's vetting procedures

RIVERSIDE – Riverside County Auditor-Controller Paul Angulo said that a review of employment records revealed there were two convicted sex offenders on the payroll in the Riverside University Health System, but hospital and... — Updated 9/21/2018

 

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