Thomas who?

We have been talking about relaxing Fourth of July barbecues by the lake for the last four weeks, and I am starting to get a little bit restless. So I’m thinking it’s time to talk about something a little bit more exciting. Such as, how fast I can drive my truck down a graded mountain […]

Loma Linda partners with Murrieta Physicians Hospital

Loma Linda University Medical Center (LLUMC), one of the nation’s leading teaching and research hospitals, has agreed in principle to pursue a joint venture with Physicians Hospital of Murrieta, LLC, for a $200 million full-service, physician-owned hospital planned in Murrieta. The 106-bed, state-of-the-art hospital and medical office buildings will be located near the Clinton Keith […]

American Cancer Society stresses sun safety

More than one million skin cancers are diagnosed each year in the United States, more than cancers of the prostate, breast, lung, colon, uterus, ovaries and pancreas combined, according to a recent American Cancer Society report. Despite the fact that we know how damaging sun exposure can be to our skin, the number of skin […]

Any plans for the 4th?

So what are you doing for the Fourth of July? Since this is the get out page I am going to recommend you do something outside. If you’re thinking Lake Perris or Lake Elsinore like everyone else you better reserve your spot when you’re done reading this article because overnight camp sites are always booked […]

Avocado: a natural beauty secret

Fallbrook and Bonsall spas are rediscovering why the ancient Aztec, Maya and Inca cultures used avocado in their beauty regimens. This primitive fruit holds a hidden treasure of rich natural oils, vitamins and minerals. As our diets are paving the way to an organic lifestyle, many are following the same path with skincare. “One thing […]

American Cancer Society offers training for volunteers

The American Cancer Society is looking for new volunteers to help implement a variety of free programs for cancer patients and their families, and no experience is required; only a willingness to help.   In order to equip new and experienced volunteers with current tools and information, the Society is offering a Patient Support Training for all […]

A plethora of outdoor events

This week in Get Out, I will be reminding you of a few different events that I talked about in the past but are happening this weekend. We have the Solar Cup Boat Races and Earth Day Festival going on at Lake Skinner, and The Xterra Games Triatholons, Dualathons, and 5k trail run/walk. All is […]

Preventative nutrition to be discussed

On Thursday, May 10, from 7 to 8 p.m. at Michelle’s Place, Joyce Berenson will speak about preventative nutrition. Michelle’s Place is at 41785 Elm Street, #305, in Murrieta. Admission is free. Those interested in attending are asked to reserve their seats by contacting Jamie at (951) 304-1280 or [email protected]