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AMA backs update to CDC opioid prescribing guidelines

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CHICAGO – The American Medical Association urged advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Injury Center to recommend an overhaul of the CDC’s...
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Elizabeth Hospice to hold training

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TEMECULA – The Elizabeth Hospice invited individuals interested in helping adults and children facing the challenges associated with a life-limiting illness and those grieving...

What sufficient sleep does for the human body

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TEMECULA – Sleep is an often unsung hero of overall health. Diet and exercise get their fair share of glory, but without a good...
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Early warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease

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TEMECULA – Alzheimer’s disease is an insidious illness that slowly robs individuals of their memories, personalities and relationships. The Mayo Clinic said Alzheimer’s disease...
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It’s time for health awareness for men

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Dr. Frederick Kuo UnitedHealthcare It’s no secret. Many men don’t like to go to the doctor. They either believe they can take care of their health better...

Javier Lopez takes the helm at Valley Restart Shelter in Hemet

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When Javier Lopez assumed the position of executive director at Hemet’s Valley Restart Shelter in August, he hit the ground running. Stepping into the...

Customized cancer treatments offer possible life-saving options

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Rebecca Owens has dedicated her career to studying cancer testing and what can be done to improve it for those who are diagnosed with...

Quick ways to combat stress from remote work

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TEMECULA – While the shift to remote or flexible work has generally been viewed as a positive, it also presents fresh obstacles. According to...

Fighting fentanyl: Education versus misinformation: Part 2

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As fentanyl deaths continue to rise, concerned parents who were directly impacted by losing a child from it created a public service video to...

Research links COVID-19 in pregnancy with stillbirths

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Lindsey Tanner The Associated Press Pregnant women with COVID-19 face increased chances for stillbirths compared with uninfected women, and that risk spiked to four times higher...