Health & Fitness

Putting the Boba Cancer Controversy to Rest
Health & Fitness

Putting the Boba Cancer Controversy to Rest

The popular tapioca pearl drink has sent Southern California into a boba frenzy — what’s actually in it? By Sarah Wang Long-time boba fans can likely recall reading through the headlines denouncing their favorite go-to drink in horror, including memorable titles like “Tapioca Pearls May Contain Cancer-Causing Chemicals” and “Will You Drink Bubble Tea If…

5 Tips to a Fit and Healthy 2017
Health & Fitness, Lifestyle

5 Tips to a Fit and Healthy 2017

  The Family That Works Out Together A new year has begun: a whole new year with so many possibilities. What are your resolutions, your goals? And, how can you achieve them? Studies show nearly 80 percent of New Year resolutions are about staying healthy and getting fit. Do you want to have more energy,…

What You Can Do to Prevent Breast Cancer
Health & Fitness

What You Can Do to Prevent Breast Cancer

  Every year, 1.3 million women across the globe are diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast cancer awareness is high, but the primary focus of research is on early detection and treatment rather than prevention. Detection and treatment are undeniably important, but many feel prevention deserves more than the 2 percent of funding it currently receives,…

Smart Women, Smart Money (9/8/16 Issue)
Health & Fitness, Opinion

Smart Women, Smart Money (9/8/16 Issue)

    Dear Emmy: Would You Write a Column About Why Women Need Long-Term Care Insurance? I’d Like My Mother to Read That. Gladly. Long-term care insurance is an incredibly important part of a person’s overall retirement plan – especially for women. Females, on average, live longer, have higher rates of disability and have fewer…

The Health Perks of Our National Parks
Health & Fitness, Lifestyle

The Health Perks of Our National Parks

  Most Americans agree that spending time outdoors can enhance their physical and mental health. A recent online survey, conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Humana among over 2,000 US adults, reveals that Americans believe spending time outdoors can reduce stress (75 percent), benefit mental well-being (74 percent) and lead to living a longer,…

Vector Control Starts Fogging to Control Tiger Mosquitoes
Health & Fitness, News

Vector Control Starts Fogging to Control Tiger Mosquitoes

  By Susan Motander Last week, the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District started fogging to control Asian tiger mosquitoes (Aedes albopictus). The tiny, but aggressive mosquitoes have been increasing in number recently and the district hoped to control these numbers by conducting truck-mounted fogging in El Monte last week. This spraying was…

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