Residents are warned to STOP VAPING NOW LOS ANGELES -The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) continues to warn residents about the use of vaping and e-cigarette devices as potentially harmful to proper lung function and urges residents to STOP VAPING NOW. Nationally, there continue to be reports of people showing up … Continue reading Update on Lung Illnesses and Deaths Associated with Vaping in LA County
More than three in five Americans are lonely, with more and more people reporting feeling like they are left out, poorly understood and lacking companionship, according to a new survey released Thursday. Workplace culture and conditions may contribute to Americans’ loneliness. And loneliness may be on the rise. The report, led by the health insurer Cigna, found … Continue reading Most Americans Are Lonely, And Our Workplace Culture May Not Be Helping
Healthy eating can be easy if you follow a few simple rules. We guide you through three types of food you should eat more of and three types to avoid. Plus, we follow up each suggestion with an actionable tip from registered dietician Angela Ginn-Meadow. Here’s what to remember: CLICK HERE to read the entire … Continue reading 6 Food Tips: A No-Fuss Guide To A Healthy Diet
Have you been thinking about going back to college? Perhaps you’re looking to change jobs, make more money or simply finish that degree you started. Maybe there’s a program you’ve already checked out, or you’re just starting to explore your options. Wherever you are on your journey, here are six tips to help you take … Continue reading Thinking About Returning To College? A Guide For Taking The Leap
Feeling anxious? Overwhelmed? Unhappy? Not sure what you’re feeling at all? These might be signs that your “check engine” light is on and seeing a therapist could help. If the mere thought of trying to find help seems overwhelming, you’re not alone. Plenty of people put off seeking treatment or try to ignore symptoms because … Continue reading How To Start Therapy
Most cooks think about eating fish and seafood during the spring, summer and early fall months. But there’s lots of good fish and seafood available all winter long, often in places you’d least expect to look. CLICK HERE to read the entire NPR article.