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Be Prepared For The ShakeOut On Oct. 17

Drop. Cover. Hold On. Doing these three things could possibly save your life during an earthquake. That’s the message the Earthquake Country Alliance, the U.S. Geological Society and the Southern California Earthquake Center wants the public to know and why they’ve joined forces to create the annual “Great California ShakeOut” which takes place Oct. 17…

Stylish Reader Glasses: They Are A Thing

Reading glasses-or “cheaters” as they are often referred to-have come a long way from those dangling-from-a-chain-around-your-neck professor looking spectacles. Once considered nerdy and geeky, readers now come in all sorts of hip styles and colors like high-end designer eye-wear and they’ve caught the eye-pun intended-of both young and young at heart. According to a recent…

Is Acupuncture The New Wave Of Healthcare?

Acupuncture is a system of integrative medicine that involves pricking the skin or tissues with needles. It’s not as spooky as it sounds. It’s actually an ancient Chinese tradition and practice that’s been around for almost 2,500 years. Now, acupuncture is finally gaining mainstream recognition and being utilized within the western healthcare industry. President Nixon’s…

Time To Get Your Car Ready For Winter

Car safety is important, especially during the winter season when fog, rain, ice and snow can cause a variety of hazardous driving conditions. Before the winter weather turns frightful, make sure your vehicle can brave the harsh elements.  Now is the time to get your car in tip-top shape and road ready. According to the…

World Immunization Week is April 24-30

Immunization can save millions of lives each year. That’s the most important message the World Health Organization (WHO) wants you to know during World Immunization Week, which is observed April 24-30. World Immunization Week grew from a local and international grassroots effort. The goal of the public health campaign is to raise awareness and increase…