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Why Can’t I Lose Weight Even Though I Run Every Day?

Why Can’t I Lose Weight Even Though I Run Every Day?

This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Wilfred Paul, cialis 6 years of personal training, weight loss coaching with over 200 clients. In order to be able to lose weight effectively it is vital to understand the importance of calories and how to calculate the amount of calories required for your body to lose […]

Common Antibiotics That Do More Harm Than Good

Common Antibiotics That Do More Harm Than Good

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Thursday that it will require manufacturers of fluoroquinolone antibacterial drugs, help a commonly used class of antibiotics, list new warning labels that explicitly outline the serious and damaging side effects. The medications, which include well-known brand names like Bayer AG’s Cipro and Johnson & Johnson’s Levaquin, boast […]

Breast Cancer Prevention May Start In Your Teens, With Lots Of Fruit

Breast Cancer Prevention May Start In Your Teens, With Lots Of Fruit

Women who ate more fruit in their adolescent years had a lower risk of breast cancer later on, for sale according to a new study. The research was conducted by Maryam Farvid, thumb a research associate in the department of nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, health over the course of […]

These 21 Abandoned Military Bases Will Leave You Speechless

These 21 Abandoned Military Bases Will Leave You Speechless

Local Artist turns from painting to photography after stricken with rare disease — A Pictorial of Grace

Local Artist turns from painting to photography after stricken with rare disease  — A Pictorial of Grace

By Elizabeth Cheever While living on the island of Kaua’i for eight years, I was blessed to be able to pursue my childhood dream to become an artist. During the middle to late eighties I worked with oil glazes to capture the brilliant light and colors of the island’s ocean and flora. I was blessed […]

Young Man With Down Syndrome Ignores Naysayers, Opens Own Business

Young Man With Down Syndrome Ignores Naysayers, Opens Own Business

A 20-year-old with Down syndrome becomes the youngest business owner in town this weekend during the grand opening of a venture that combines his two favorite passions – people and snow cones. Blake Pyron had a hard time finding a job in this small Texas town after the restaurant closed where he was employed, drugs […]

Pasadena Revivalist Calls for “Jesus Fast for America”

Pasadena Revivalist Calls for “Jesus Fast for America”

By Michael Hernandez MOLINE, ILLINOIS—Pasadena revivalist Lou Engle (Azusa Now organizer) issued a call for a “Jesus Fast for America” Saturday at an “An Appeal To Heaven” Conference April 28-30th sponsored by Dutch Sheets Ministries,. “America can turn back to God” said Engle, the Azusa Now organizer. “The best defense is a good offense.  The […]

The Big Easy thorough the Lens: Pictorial of New Orleans

The Big Easy thorough the Lens: Pictorial of New Orleans

Local resident, William Hicks, takes us to the Big Easy with all its flamboyant fun. From brides dancing through the streets to Southern belles out for a stroll, colorful row houses and that paddle-wheeler, it’s pure down home style.  But to the first images, before Robert E. Lee lead the Confederate soldiers against those Yankee […]

iPad Air 2 vs. iPad Pro: Which 9.7-inch Tablet Should You Buy?

iPad Air 2 vs. iPad Pro: Which 9.7-inch Tablet Should You Buy?

Choosing between the iPad Air 2 and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro boils down to one simple question: Is $200 worth double the space, site a better camera and processor, order an upgraded speaker system and support for official Apple accessories? If so, then go with with the 9.7-inch iPad Pro over the iPad Air 2. […]

Santa Paula: Community Forum on Homeless Services

Santa Paula: Community Forum on Homeless Services

By Sheryl Hamlin Project HOPE (Helping Ourselves Progess Efficiently) hosted a panel of county experts in the field of homeless services on April 28, 2016 at the historic depot in Santa Paula. About 40 people filled the chairs by the time the meeting started. The distinguished panel included: Randy Brown: Ventura County Behavioral Health, Project […]