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Pros and cons to early retirement

TEMECULA – A lifetime of working compels many people to look forward to their retirement. Some people even work to retire early. But what are the advantages of early retirement be... — Updated 1/17/2019


How seniors can safely stay behind the wheel

TEMECULA – A greater sense of independence is often cited as the reason so many young people anxiously await the day they earn their drivers' licenses. But the connection between... — Updated 1/17/2019


Banish belly fat and improve cardiovascular health

TEMECULA – The way to a person's heart may be through their stomach in more ways than one. Doctors have tied heart health to the abdomen, and having extra pounds around one's... — Updated 1/17/2019


Oatmeal benefits the body

TEMECULA – Oatmeal is one of many options people have when sitting down to breakfast each morning. Though brand name cereals or staples like bacon and eggs might be the most... — Updated 1/17/2019


Affordable health screenings coming to Temecula

TEMECULA – Residents living in and around Temecula can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. Trinity... — Updated 1/17/2019


TVHS to host mobile blood drive

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley High School is hosting a mobile blood drive in partnership with San Diego Blood Bank, Monday, Jan. 28, from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in their mini gym at 31555 Rancho Vista Road in Temecula. About 1 in 7... — Updated 1/17/2019


Pets of the Week

Animal Friends of the Valleys Website: Address: 33751 Mission Trail, Wildomar, CA 92595 Phone: (951) 674-0618 Hours of operation: Monday,... — Updated 1/17/2019


Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve plans volunteer fair

MURRIETA – Anyone with a love of the outdoors who also enjoys talking with people is invited by the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve in the hills behind Murrieta to attend its second annual Volunteer Fair, Monday, Jan. 28, f... — Updated 1/17/2019


Northridge earthquake remembered

SACRAMENTO – This week marks the 25th anniversary of one of the costliest natural disasters in U.S. history, the magnitude 6.7 earthquake that struck Jan. 17, 1994, in an urban... — Updated 1/17/2019


Warm centers provide respite from cold temperatures in Riverside County

TEMECULA – Now that winter has arrived and parts of Riverside County are experiencing freezing temperatures, residents and visitors have a place to escape the cold at dozens of warm centers across the county. In Temecula, Mary Ph... — Updated 1/17/2019


Create a healthy, winter-ready home

When chilly weather arrives and the days get shorter, chances are good residents will spend the majority of their days indoors. Before starting their hibernation, it's a good idea... — Updated 1/17/2019


Bring classic character to a kitchen

In today's stainless steel world filled with clean lines, sharp angles and sleek kitchen accessories, it may seem daunting to achieve the perfect antique style for a kitchen. While... — Updated 1/10/2019


Rose Care FUNdamentals for January 2019

There is no specific timeline for winter rose care, but there are general guidelines. For the area, spring pruning should be completed around mid-February. I will provide details on that major pruning in my February column. I will... — Updated 1/10/2019

 By Joe Naiman    Lifestyles

Lovsted on ACWA panel addressing new state water regulations

Eastern Municipal Water District director of water supply and planning Elizabeth Lovsted was on a panel during the Association of California Water Agencies’ fall conference in San Diego. Lovsted was part of the panel for the “W... — Updated 1/10/2019


Rancho California Water District appoints new board member

TEMECULA – Rancho California Water District's Board of Directors appointed John Rossi as its newest member, Thursday, Jan. 3. Effective immediately, Rossi will fill the vacant... — Updated 1/10/2019


NFPA encourages prompt removal of Christmas trees

QUINCY, Mass. – Anyone who is having trouble parting with their Christmas tree, here’s a fact to motivate them: One-third or 33 percent of U.S. home fires that begin with Christmas trees occur in January. With this potential... — Updated 1/10/2019


Pat & Oscar's, Milliporesigma to host January blood drives

TEMECULA – In partnership with San Diego Blood Bank, two Temecula organizations will host mobile blood drives in January. Pat & Oscar’s will host a mobile blood drive Saturday, Jan. 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in their parking... — Updated 1/10/2019


Are the winter blues getting you down?

With winter here, perhaps people are not quite feeling their normal selves. Maybe they’re a bit sluggish, a little irritable, sleeping longer or just feeling a little down in general? Welcome to what’s commonly called the... — Updated 1/10/2019


New rehab laws mean changes to addiction treatment in California

Four new laws were signed by former Gov. Jerry Brown recently, regarding addiction treatment in California. The Center for Life Change said they support these changes because of the positive impact that they will have on the... — Updated 1/11/2019


Combat cold and flu season

When temperatures drop, the risk for illness, such as colds and the flu, rises. Each year, millions of Americans suffer from symptoms ranging from coughing, sneezing and congestion... — Updated 1/11/2019

 By Evelyn Hill    Lifestyles

Don't believe in the 'Not My Child Syndrome'

Writing, hugs and prayers are not enough, instead family should be educated about youth suicide and not fall into the “Not My Child Syndrome.” It’s all too easy to think of suicide as a terrible tragedy that happens to other... — Updated 1/11/2019


Pets of the Week

Animal Friends of the Valleys Website: Address: 33751 Mission Trail, Wildomar, CA 92595 Phone: (951) 674-0618 Hours of operation: Monday,... — Updated 1/11/2019


Reasons a mutt should be your next dog

TEMECULA – "Mutt" and "mongrel" have long had negative connotations, but there's no need to turn one's nose at mixed breed dogs. Dogs of any kind, regardless of lineage, can be... — Updated 1/11/2019


Lake Elsinore and Wildomar offer free sandbags to residents

The cities of Lake Elsinore and Wildomar are offering free sandbags to residents to maintain public safety in anticipation of winter storms. Janet Morales, a Wildomar senior administrative analyst, said that sandbags are offered... — Updated 1/4/2019


Create a backyard orchard

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook's Maddock Ranch Nursery promotes the backyard orchard culture. With their wide variety of bare root fruit trees, citrus, blueberries, avocado and tropical tr... — Updated 1/4/2019


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