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We may be able to reverse signs of early Alzheimer's disease

The woman at the department store bounded toward Julie Gee.

Breakfast and beyond

A great day starts with a balanced breakfast filled with healthy ingredients fit for the whole family. Enticing the youngest family members to enjoy as many food groups as possible at the morning meal—including veggies—may be challenging, but it’s an ...

Carson hosts enrollment center for Covered California sign-ups

An enrollment center for Covered California is open through Feb. 15, 2015 at the South Bay Pavilion in Carson. Open to all legal residents of Los Angeles County, interested parties may visit and sign-up for healthcare coverage from 10 a.m. ...

The blacklisting of Black nurses

While their profession faces severe personnel shortages over the next 10 years, highly-qualified Black nurses across the nation are reportedly being unfairly cut from their jobs or reduced to the status of migrant workers, forced to survive on below-livable wages ...

Tips for enjoying a healthier holiday

The holidays bring lights, cheer, TV specials and treats—plenty of them. While it is tempting to eat all that gets placed in front of you, it isn’t worth the extra pounds you may gain during the holidays.

Giving thanks

The following locations will serve meals on Thanksgiving Day. Most serve food early. For more locations near you, call 211.

First AME church shows appreciation to Rev. and Mrs. ‘J’ Edgar Boyd

More than 350 members of First AME Church of Los Angeles (FAME) were on hand for a spirit-filled, outdoor reception to welcome Senior Minister “J” Edgar Boyd for another year at the helm of the 142 year-old congregation.

‘Water Year’ off to slow start; San Diego goes ‘toilet-to-tap’

The U.S. Drought Monitor reported this week that the brief rains in central and northern California were not nearly enough to provide relief to three years of extensive dry weather. In fact, the state’s water reservoirs are at critically low ...

Flu during the holidays—not a pretty picture

One infant has already died from the flu since mid October, and the flu season hasn’t even reached its peak. The greatest flu activity in this country occurs between December and February.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital initiates community health program ‘Know Your Basics’

Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital (MLKCH) recently announced the launch of the Know Your Basics Community Wellness Campaign on Nov. 22 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The six-month campaign will provide health screenings and enrollment events at 23 ...

Dinner tips for picky eaters

When it comes to promoting a healthy diet, it can be difficult to convince children to eat their fruits and vegetables. The last thing you want to do is take away from quality family time by persuading picky eaters to ...

Don’t turn a blind eye

Today, diabetes affects more than 29 million people in the United States or more than 9 percent of the population. In addition, another 86 million American adults—more than one out of three individuals—have pre-diabetes, a condition that puts people at ...

Community calls on Price

The South Central Neighborhood Council presented a resolution to 9th District Councilman Curren Price calling on him to introduce a motion in the city council directing the Los Angeles Police Department to release the autopsy reports of Ezell Ford and ...

A new twist on a traditional holiday recipe

Everyone loves traditional holiday fare—mom’s stuffing, grandma’s sugar cookies, or that best-kept secret recipe that keeps friends and family coming back for more. But where does tradition end and boring begin?

Nurse's discharge leaves one Ebola case in U.S., though larger battle continues

A nurse's release Tuesday from an Atlanta hospital leaves a single person in the United States now battling Ebola, though she and others—including President Barack Obama—stressed the fight against the deadly virus isn't over.