By Nadia Noir Booze and coffee. Liquid gold to the modern man. When you’re struggling with the physical symptoms of one, the other gives a helping hand. The old ’50s adage of a cup of […]
As a woman, hearing about your risks of cancer can be pretty scary. But there have been great leaps and bounds in cancer research and many morbid reporting of cancer risk are only applicable to a small […]
What should you know about breast cancer to help keep you healthy?
By Alexa Smith I started with CBS radio back in 2006 in San Francisco and our building housed five radio stations; on the top floor was the TV station, KPIX where a friendly woman named […]
May is Women’s Health Care Month so we thought it would be timely to focus on a major women’s health issue that affects millions of women around the world. One out of every four women […]
Living in Los Angeles, we’re far too familiar with the obsession of having that “perfect body.” Unfortunately, especially in Hollywood, people are judged on their size and appearance, probably more so than anywhere else in […]
By Taylor Nelson Today, March 25th is American Diabetes Association Alert Day. It’s a courtesy “wake-up call” to raise awareness and prevention techniques about the disease. Out of the 26 million children and adults who […]
A new Hollywood beauty trend making the rounds utilizes the amazing powers that antioxidant-rich blueberries have for your health in a beneficial facial treatment that leaves skin looking smooth and healthy. These little berries are […]
We all know strawberries taste delicious, but did you know the red fruit also contains many nutrient-rich benefits to our health that makes for the perfect guilt-free summer snack?!
How do you know if you should have the genetic testing done to see if you carry the mutated gene? The answer may be lying within your family history.