Tag: health

Ways to Destress Using Yoga for Beginners
Health & Fitness

Ways to Destress Using Yoga for Beginners

By Joselin Hernandez As we ring in the new year, fitness goals are set forgetting stress management is just as important in achieving a healthier new you. Yoga is a great way to release stress after a long day of work. This practice can seem daunting to those new to the practice but fret not….

Your Medicare Costs in 2019
Health & Fitness

Your Medicare Costs in 2019

By Greg Dill As we head into the holiday season, I wanted to let you know how much your Medicare will cost in 2019. Most people with Medicare will pay the standard monthly premium for Medicare Part B, which will be $135.50 next year, an increase of $1.50 over 2018. Part B covers physician services,…

Community is Key at Copper Moose Fitness
Business Spotlight

Community is Key at Copper Moose Fitness

By Emily G. Peters Copper Moose Fitness has positioned itself as Pasadena’s “Family Gym,” with a pretty refreshing philosophy to match. According to its owners, Joseph and April Hawthorne, fitness doesn’t require youth, special equipment or complex routines—it just requires you. “So many people have an injury, ache or pain and need guidance to know…

5 Tips To Combat Stress-Related Weight Gain
Health & Fitness

5 Tips To Combat Stress-Related Weight Gain

By Yajen Tan Stress sucks, but you most likely know that from the countless reminders that you get throughout the day. Whether your stress coming from relationships, finances, work-related, or those little rascals that take up all your free time to raise, they all gradually compound on your body until you can’t take it anymore….

Diet challenges can be far from healthy
Health & Fitness

Diet challenges can be far from healthy

By Yajen Tan Shortly after a training session last week, a man came up to me with a diet question. He was two weeks into a weight loss challenge with a friend, and so far he’s dropped 16 pounds of weight already. I was impressed, but also slightly skeptical of how he accomplished that. He…

This Week’s Events
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This Week’s Events

EDITOR’S PICK   So Cal Women’s Health Conference and Expo (Dec. 16 @ 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Hilton Pasadena, 168 S. Los Robles Ave.) The So Cal Women’s Health Conference and Expo brings together more than 2,000 women, community-based health organizations, medical professionals, and beauty and wellness experts for a day of education, inspiration…

Spice Up Your Life With a Taste of Thai
Dining Delights

Spice Up Your Life With a Taste of Thai

  Want to improve your health? You might want to incorporate some Thai flavorings into your cooking. Ancient teachings have long associated certain plants and animals with healing properties. Many are featured in traditional ethnic cuisines, such as the foods of Thailand. Modern studies largely confirm the health benefits of certain herbs, spices, seafood and…

Ask Christina: What can I do to protect myself from high medical bills before I receive care?
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Ask Christina: What can I do to protect myself from high medical bills before I receive care?

By: NerdWallet Health health finance expert Christina LaMontagne   Question: I’m pregnant and due next spring—and trying to be proactive about receiving the highest-quality, lowest-cost care possible because I’m worried that my bills will be unaffordable. What can I do now to prepare for the bills associated with my pregnancy?   Answer: Unfortunately, having a baby is…

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