Bone Fractures in Elderly Lead to High Mortality Rates, But New Technology Innovations Can Completely Reverse Osteoporosis

May is osteoporosis awareness month. For those with osteoporosis, the fear of having a fracture is always present.   The porous bone condition affects 54 million Americans according to (per the National Osteoporosis Foundation), and each of them are at risk of breaking a bone if they haven’t already. Studies suggest that about one in two […]

Working Out on a Budget

Nathaniel Sillin Special to Valley News It’s true. Good health really does save money. A Towers Watson survey recently noted that employee wellness programs saved employers an average of $100 in health care costs per worker. So if you’re going to get healthy, do it the smart way and make well-researched spending decisions throughout the […]

Speaker to discuss Alzheimer’s prevention

Speaker to discuss Alzheimer’s prevention

FALLBROOK – Dr. Wes Youngberg, international speaker will be speaking on Unlocking the Code for Brain Healing: Natural Strategies for preventing Alzheimer’s and reversing memory loss, in a free 4-hour seminar Sunday, May 22, from 1-5 p.m. hosted by Fallbrook Seventh-day Adventist Church. This presentation will cover the latest research from UCLA, Harvard and Cleveland […]

Need for more hospital beds and physicians in region reviewed at Healthcare Summit

Need for more hospital beds and physicians in region reviewed at Healthcare Summit

Editor’s note; This is the second installment on the results of the Southwest Riverside County Regional Healthcare Economic Development Summit held May 5 in Murrieta. The first installment last week in the Valley News highlighted speaker Mary Walshok who suggested regional cities work together using innovation and global outreach to bring more medical interests into […]

World CPR Challenge 2016

World CPR Challenge 2016

TEMECULA –Temecula Valley Hospital, American Medical Response and the Promenade Temecula have joined forces to promote World CPR Challenge 2016. On Wednesday, May 18, from 3-6 p.m., TVH and AMR will be at the Promenade Temecula in the courtyard in front of Edwards Temecula 15 Theater, to provide instruction on Hand-Only™ CPR. Most people who […]

Prostate cancer breakthrough

TEMECULA – The prognosis for men suffering from Prostate cancer has changed momentously for the better over recent years.  An estimated 2,850,139 men are living with Prostate cancer in the United States, according to recent studies.  They are “lucky” victims, one might say, because of breakthroughs that may potentially allow doctors to stop the disease […]

Heavy metals a toxic load

Dr. Laurie Blanscet Special to Valley News In today’s world we are exposed to numerous toxins on a daily basis. Heavy metals are a part of that toxic load. Some of the heavy metals are essential to our normal daily functioning, but in excess amounts they cause health problems. Other heavy metals are toxic even in the […]

Community Supports Michelle’s Place 15-Year Anniversary at Spring Fling

Community Supports Michelle’s Place 15-Year Anniversary at Spring Fling

Over 250 community citizens dressed in pink and black finery contrasted sharply with the F-4 Navy fighter jet and the Bell UH-1B Huey Army helicopter on display at the Wings & Rotors Air Museum in Hanger 31 at the French Valley airport Saturday, May 7. The aircraft reminded all of the Vietnam War and a […]

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