The City of Long Beach Department of Health, with assistance from the American Red Cross, has announced the dates for its 2012 flu clinics. This […]
Brian Pickering, who has served as deputy director of public relations for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Los Angeles since 2001, […]
The American Red Cross has launched its official First-Aid app, putting free and simple life-saving information right in the hands of smartphone users. The app […]
By Danny Luna The summer season is always an exciting one for children and their families.
Sixth District Councilmember Dee Andrews, along with NFL player Desean Jackson and his mother Gayle Jackson, will host a free Family Health & Safety Resource […]
On Saturday, July 23, the MemorialCare Breast Center at Long Beach Memorial will sponsor a wellness retreat at their campus for women with breast, ovarian […]
The Mauli Ola Foundation brought a special art workshop to patients at Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach last Friday. Members of the Foundation and professional […]
The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District (GLACVCD) has confirmed the first West Nile virus (WNV)-positive mosquito sample in Los Angeles for the year.
This week, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health launched a multimedia public education campaign urging parents and caretakers to get their whole family […]
Ninth District Long Beach Councilmember Steven Neal will conduct a “Healthy Kids and Teens Day” health fair, in conjunction with: British Petroleum; Delta Sigma Theta […]
By Jack Mapes Personal Trainer We, as a culture, discourage drunk driving because innocent people can lose their lives. And because drunk driving can be […]
By Laura Tree Prenatal yoga teacher, FreeSpirit Yoga For most women, during pregnancy, awareness of the body and the changes that are taking place within […]
By Carol Berg Sloan RD Columnist What are the dietary guidelines? Have you ever wondered where school districts get their menu plans, where the Women […]
By Richard Gellar Pharmacy Director The collection of plastic containers has gathered in the corner of the kitchen counter, some are white, many are orange […]
The Long Beach Job Corps Center (LBJCC) officially kicked off the “Let’s Move Cities and Towns” campaign at their quarterly community relations council meeting on […]