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Eating small amounts of red and processed meats is associated with increased risk of death, according to study

LOMA LINDA – A new study out of Loma Linda University Health suggests that eating red and processed meats – even in small amounts – may increase the risk of death from all causes, especially cardiovascular disease. Saeed Ma... — Updated 4/18/2019


RUHS-Public Health honors five 'Community Champions' for their service to Riverside County residents

RIVERSIDE – Each year, Riverside University Health System – Public Health honors five individuals or partner organizations with its Public Health Champion awards. This year they chose Riverside Food System Alliance, Vonya... — Updated 4/12/2019


Learn to let your children make mistakes

What parent doesn't want to protect their children, to see them safe, healthy and happy? Such concerns are part of their DNA, inherited from their ancestors and their dangerous world. While today’s children don’t need... — Updated 4/12/2019


Getting a second opinion after a cancer diagnosis

When someone has just learned they have cancer, it can be overwhelming. Build a support system and saddle up because it is time to learn everything about the diagnosis, prognosis... — Updated 4/12/2019


AFV leads charge in ending pet overpopulation internationally

WILDOMAR – Animal Friends of the Valleys is leading the charge to stop pet overpopulation and animal cruelty internationally. The nonprofit animal shelter which serves six Southern California cities and rural area was recently... — Updated 4/13/2019


The benefits of working with animal trainers

TEMECULA – Pets bring new energy into a home, making them welcome and enjoyable additions to a household. All that energy can be tough to manage, and pet owners, particularly... — Updated 4/13/2019


Pets of the Week

Animal Friends of the Valleys Animal Friends of the Valleys has launched their kitten season donation drive, for a list of items needed, visit their wishlist online at... — Updated 4/13/2019


Turf removal funding increased to $2 per square foot

PERRIS – Eastern Municipal Water District customers are eligible to receive $2 per square foot when they remove grass at their homes and businesses after regional funding opportunities were recently doubled. The popular turf remo... — Updated 4/13/2019


NFPA releases updated and expanded online energy storage training to help the fire service keep pace with explosive alternative energy growth

TEMECULA – Helping first responders handle the potential challenges aligned with energy storage systems and solar energy, the National Fire Protection Association has updated its first safety training for the systems for the... — Updated 4/13/2019

 By Frank Brines    Lifestyles 

April rose care FUNdamentals

What a year it’s been so far. In most areas, gardeners had to work in a pruning schedule between rain storms. Even with late pruning, many gardeners are having or are about to have their first flush of blooms. Climate change is... — Updated 4/13/2019


Enjoy safe backyard barbecues this summer

TEMECULA – Backyard barbecues are synonymous with warm weather. And why wouldn't they be? Grilling over an open flame when the weather is warm embodies the relaxing spirit of... — Updated 4/13/2019


San Diego Blood Bank sponsors three local blood drives

LAKE ELSINORE – San Diego Blood Bank is partnering with two schools and a shopping center to host mobile blood drives in April. Temescal Canyon High School is hosting a blood drive in partnership with the San Diego Blood Bank... — Updated 4/6/2019


Hospice of the Valleys to host 'Five Wishes' workshops

MURRIETA – Hospice of the Valleys will be hosting free workshops throughout the year on how to complete the Five Wishes living will form. Each guest will be given one free copy of Five Wishes to take home. Five Wishes is written... — Updated 4/6/2019


Be aware of undiscussed but serious side effects of sleep apnea

SAINT CHARLES, Ill. – It’s estimated that 22 million Americans have sleep apnea, and that 80 percent of moderate to severe cases are undiagnosed. Also known as obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, the condition affects between 5 a... — Updated 4/6/2019


Understanding a cancer diagnosis

Dr. Pratibha Binder Special to Valley News A cancer diagnosis is a life-changing experience. Everything changes in that single moment that a patient hears, "You have cancer." To... — Updated 4/6/2019


Temecula Valley Hospital welcomes Synergy cardiothoracic surgery group

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Hospital and Synergy CT Surgery Partnership have collaborated to bring the skills and expertise of some of the region's leading cardiothoracic surgeons... — Updated 4/6/2019


The cancer threat lurking in homes

The Truth About Cancer Special to Valley News Chemical companies promised the world that they would change the way people lived through science. Today, plastics are in everything... — Updated 4/6/2019


Coalition advocates for balanced energy policies in California

LOS ANGELES – Californians for Balanced Energy Solutions, a newly formed organization of natural and renewable gas users and suppliers, called on the state of California to adopt balanced energy policies that protect energy... — Updated 4/6/2019


Energy storage debate becomes charged over licensing restrictions

TEMECULA – After hours of public testimony last Thursday, the California State License Board unanimously passed a motion that could result in a change to the regulations that specifies which type of contractors are allowed to... — Updated 4/6/2019


Know these DMV facts

California's laws can be confusing at best, but none so misunderstood as the Department of Motor Vehicles enormous code manual, often to the financial detriment of the motorist.... — Updated 4/6/2019

 By Tony Ault    Lifestyles

Mobile spay and neuter truck arrives in Winchester: 28 dogs serviced

The big blue Riverside County Department of Animal Services “The Answer” mobile spay and neuter truck pulled in the parking lot of Winchester’s Frances Domenigoni Community... — Updated 4/9/2019


Loma Linda University Health receives $430,000 federal grant to study potential treatment for inflammatory bowel disease

LOMA LINDA – Loma Linda University Health has received a more than $430,000 grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of... — Updated 4/5/2019


NCL Temecula Valley Chapter and Murrieta-Temecula Chapter walk together for Women's Heart Health Awareness

TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Chapter of National Charity League Inc. in conjunction with the Murrieta-Temecula Chapter, recently participated in the Love Your Heart Walk to... — Updated 3/28/2019


Local exhibitors to be featured at National Children of Incarcerated Parents Conference

PHOENIX – Dr. Mona Davies, director of Community Outreach Ministry, and her husband Bob will have an exhibit at the four-day National Children of Incarcerated Parents Conference April 14-17 at the Renaissance Downtown Phoenix... — Updated 3/28/2019


Recognizing depression in seniors

Everyone feels sad at times. Numerous things in life can leave people feeling blue. For most people, this feeling is usually a passing emotion that diminishes with time but for some people this sadness can be severe, long-lasting... — Updated 3/28/2019


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