HEALTH
Kaiser Permanente Physicians Tackle Overprescription of Antibiotics

Physicians with Kaiser Permanente in Pasadena have reduced the odds of prescribing an antibiotic for sinusitis by 22 percent, using computer alerts to inform doctors when antibiotics may not be the best course of treatment. A Kaiser Permanente press release said the study, published Tuesday…

Senior’s are Super Special at Health Advantage

People are living longer than ever before. The fastest growing population in the US is centenarians (100 years old) and that means…

You Have a Choice. Endure or Enjoy

People are living longer than ever before whether they want to or not. The “Great Generation” post World War 2 babies, are now being known…

F45 Opens in Pasadena at the End of this Month – Delivers Unique, High Intensity Training

Brand-new training studio F45 (Short for Functional 45 Minutes) opens in Pasadena with its unique 45-minute fast and furious high intensity training…

Score A Winning Smile

Going to the dentist is not the most pleasant experience for most of us, but Dr. Karineh Assatourian and her staff at Premier Dental Clinic…

Shriners Hospitals for Children – Los Angeles Closes and Opens a New Medical Center in Pasadena

After 65 years of giving children and families the specialized medical care they need, Shriners Hospitals for Children – Los Angeles has…

Rejuvenate, Revive and Relax Yourself at Burke Williams Day Spa

Want to rejuvenate, revive and relax your body? Then, Burke Williams has the deals for you. Burke Williams is offering their guest a Pure Relaxation…

Newport Dental Opens New Pasadena Location

After more than 12 years at the at 81 N. Lake Ave. location, Newport Dental has moved to nearby 290 N. Hill…

Huntington Hospital Clinical Dietitian Shares Healthy Eating Tips for Kids

With the start of the new school year, Huntington Hospital clinical dietitian Crystal Kwan is sharing some tips on how parents can make their kids…

County Moves to Address Hepatitis A Outbreak

On a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger, unanimously approved by the Board of Supervisors, the Department of Public Health will begin implementation of a Hepatitis A prevention and response action plan as part of a greater effort to avert a Hepatitis A outbreak similar to what has occurred in San Diego County. In a report before the Board today, the Department of Public Health confirmed three cases of Hepatitis A occurring in persons who acquired the infection in San Diego. Following the first two cases, a Health Advisory was issued through the Los Angeles Health Alert Network (LAHAN) describing the…

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