Desert Women’s Show held its 6th annual 2 day event at the Agua Caliente Casino, Resort and Spa on November 17th and 18th. This 2 day event included fun along with business introductions, conferences and seminars. There was a style show. a tastings event from some of the areas finest restaurants, vendors that gave facials […]
Oconee Nuclear Station (Photo from wikipedia.org)
A reactor at one of the nation’s largest nuclear power plants has been taken offline due to a radioactive leak within a containment building. “Out of an abundance of caution,” service was temporarily removed from Unit 1 at the Oconee Nuclear Station in western South Carolina early Monday, according to ONS spokeswoman B.J. Gatten. A robot […]
Mental health problems in children from wealthy US and UK families soar, new research reveals. The richer sectors of society are facing a crisis of eating disorders, drug abuse and self-harm, mostly due to “unrealistic” expectations pinned on kids. Wealthy parents expect their off-springs to excel in all fields, including sports and music, as well […]
PALM SPRINGS, CA - Beverly Greer, Chief Executive Officer, of the Stroke Recovery Center in Palm Springs, will be the recipient of the 2013 Raya Hamilton Community Service Leadership Award, the Desert Blind and Handicapped Association announced. “We are extremely excited to be honoring Greer for her work with the Stroke Recovery Center, and for her significant contribution to our […]
The Desert Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce met for its monthly leadership breakfast at Mission Lakes Country Club on Wednesday, October 23, 2013. Speaking to the group was Palm Springs Unified District board member Gary Jeandron, giving an overview and update on various aspects of the schools in the district.
Over 1000 participated in this walk. They were hoping to raise over $150.000 this year to provide Breast Cancer screenings and other services to local women of the Valley.
The 7th annual El Paseo Walk was held on Oct. 12. Registration and speakers were held at the Gardens on El Paseo. Vendors sold pink cancer t-shirts, ribbons, sparkley Tattoos,and pink doggie wear. Water, bananas,apples and healthy snacks were provided to the walkers. Walkers came in all ages, while many came alone, others came in […]
The 3rd annual Susan G. Komen “Sleep In For The Cure” was held on Oct. 4th and 5th at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort and Spa in Indian Wells. The 2 day event included a Frenchy’s Slumber Party and a Pink Ladies Fashion show. The Pajama Party is usually a sold out event as ladies are […]
Prison doctors in California sterilized nearly 150 female inmates during the course of four years without ever obtaining proper approval from the state, a new investigation reveals. According to The Center for Investigative Reporting, at least 148 women at a pair of state penitentiaries received tubal litigations during the period of 2006 through 2010, yet […]
For many of us, summer vacation is a time when we eat too much, drink too much, do too much physically, and perhaps neglect to take our medications. That’s why vacation heart attacks like the one apparently suffered by TV star James Gandolfini are tragically common, a top cardiologist tells Newsmax Health. “The Sopranos” actor […]