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Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer for Americans

SAN DIEGO, May 17, 2022– May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and with more time outside, there is no better time to practice sun safety. Protecting your skin is critical to skin cancer prevention and should be practiced year-round, not just in the summer months. Oceans, lakes, sand, and snow all reflect the sun’s rays ...

Naomi Judd ‘s suicide shines a spotlight on mental health

SAN DIEGO, May 10, 2022 – Mental health issues may not always be visible in some instances, but in Naomi Judd’s case, the country music performer had documented her struggle in her memoir. In River of Time: My Descent into Depression and How I Emerged with Hope, we learn about Naomi’s battle with Severe Treatment-Resistant ...

cinco de mayo, recipe, five layer dip

The flavors of Cinco de Mayo: Five-Layer Mexican Dip

SAN DIEGO, May 3, 2022– Cinco de Mayo was first celebrated in the border state of California in 1863. It grew popular throughout the United States in the early 1940s in recognition of the courageous Mexican victory against a massive French invasion in 1862 at the Battle of Puebla. In 2005 Cinco de Mayo received ...

Strawberries, Health, Fruit, Berries

Strawberries, the spring season crop full of health and flavor

April 5, 2020– With the advent of spring, red, delicious, and fragrant strawberries abound! As one of the most popular fruits in the US, strawberries appear in grocery stores, farmers’ markets, and countryside fruit stands, attracting persons of all ages who are eager to consume them. We see farmland road signs opening the red strawberry ...

Covid 19, Vaccine, Government Experiements

Are Covid vaccines the latest medical experiment on American citizens?

WASHINGTON: Karen Kingston, a former Pfizer employee and biotech analyst warns of a dangerous plot against the American people. Karen Kingston is the founder of Varitager an innovative strategy agency for the biotech and pharmaceutical industries. Kingston first came to be known when she began speaking out about the questionable outcomes of the Covid-19 vaccinations. ...

spring cleaning, clutter

Focus words for spring cleaning: Decluttering, refreshing and renewal

San Diego, March 29, 2022–Spring showcases opportunities for renewal and appreciating what we have and eliminating what no longer works for us. Spring cleaning is a great way to do just that. Spring’s warmer, sunlight days bring new possibilities for enjoying more of everyday life. According to Dr. John Sharp in The Emotional Calendar, there ...

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

SAN DIEGO, March 15, 2022– Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month is a yearly reminder that it is my honor to serve persons with developmental disabilities through my company’s work for the last three decades. Much has thankfully changed for the better relative to anti-discrimination and other laws which protect those who may seem different. We all ...

Spring, Equinox

May the spring equinox bring great light

SAN DIEGO, March 8, 2022– The spring equinox begins on March 20, 2022, at 11:33 am ET as the sun’s rays cross from the southern hemisphere into the northern hemisphere. This event marks the official first day of spring. What does the spring equinox mean to those living in the northern hemisphere? The sun is ...

CHD, Pfizer, Covid, Vaccine, Natural Immunity, Pfizer

The CHD obtains Pfizer / FDA vaccine data – and its not good

WASHINGTON: The Children’s Health Defense (CHD) released a press release after receiving 55,000-pages of data from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER). The documents were released following a FOIA request from the CHD. The documents provided access to data Pfizer submitted to FDA from its clinical trials ...

Ukraine, Resiliance

Ukraine and its lesson in resilience for the World

SAN DIEGO,:  The country of Ukraine, as of this writing and publication, is embroiled in an onslaught of hate and madness brought about by the Russian government that cannot abide with peace nor acceptance of the desire for freedom. Outnumbered in troops, armament, and many forms of defense, the Ukrainian people are fighting for their ...

Dark chocolate-covered strawberries: Food is Good Medicine

SAN DIEGO, February 14, 2022– It is Valentine’s Day and love is in the air – what better way to celebrate than with dark chocolate-covered strawberries! From children to older adults alike, generations of people across the globe anticipate this annual day to celebrate love while eagerly awaiting to discover who truly cares the most. ...

Heart, Heart Health

Heart Month: Healthful tips you can take to heart

SAN DIEGO, February 1, 2022–February is American Heart Month is the perfect time to love your heart! According to the CDC, almost half of Americans have one of the three factors that put them at risk for heart disease. Tips to keep your ticker ticking The top three risk factors for heart disease are high ...

The magnificent orange: Food is Good Medicine Series One

SAN DIEGO, January 25, 2022– When thinking about an orange, it is impossible not to have flashbacks of early childhood experiences driving with family from San Diego to Disneyland in Anaheim, CA. Miles and miles of orange groves lined the highway, with magnificent bursts of oranges amidst what appeared like never-ending groves; and with fragrant ...

Kirsch, American Frontline Nurses, Covid, Fauci, Protocols

America’s Front Line Nurses Speak out on Covid-19 and hospital protocols

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Steve Kirsch, an American hero patriot, recently interviewed practicing nurses from America’s Frontline Nurses. (“Steve Kirsch, another patriot stepping up to blow the vaccine narrative”) They offer a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what happens in a hospital sick with Covid-19. And you are prohibited from being with them. If you think America’s healthcare system ...

Is AB 1400 the single payer panacea for all Californians?

SAN DIEGO, January 18, 2022– With the passage of California’s Assembly Bill AB 1400 which permits the creation of a single-payer health care system for all Californians, there is still much debate and due diligence occurring ahead. What’s in AB 1400? Also known as “The Guaranteed Health Care Act for All” hereinafter “CalCare”, and by Lead ...

Baby Boomers, Restaurants, Health

Catering to baby boomers, restaurants may find a new consumer base

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Since some blue city mayors have taken it upon themselves to require vaccine passports for indoor dining, perhaps it is time we discuss real health issues related to dining out. Health issues relative to public dining involve the demographics of diners, their menu desires, and their health beyond an overhyped pandemic—specifically for baby ...

Prevention is the message as we reflect on Glaucoma Awareness Month

SAN DIEGO, January 11, 2022–January is Glaucoma Awareness Month and brings to the fore a message of prevention and hope, which is something we can’t lose sight of. The precious gift of sight, one of the most critical of all the senses, is not able to be fully experienced or enjoyed by those affected with ...

A New Years Resolution for Resilience with a lesson from the ant

SAN DIEGO, January 4, 2022–  The new year is traditionally a time for reflection and setting new goals with anticipation, but for many Americans, optimism could be lower and levels of uncertainty higher at this usually inspiring time. Going into a new year with resilience and fortitude is an excellent resolution. There were thoughts by ...