The porn industry’s dark secrets

Submitted by Fight the New Drug Would you support a business if you knew that they abused some (but not all) of their female employees? Pornographers don’t want you to think about it, but even if some of the humiliation, degradation, and sexual violence you see in porn is consensual, some is not. “I got […]

Fix your ‘sugar belly’ and return wheat to your diet

Fix your ‘sugar belly’ and return wheat to your diet

Dr. John Douillard Special to the Village News Poor wheat. It seems the golden grain has lost much of its luster, thanks to the gluten-free movement – now a $16-billion-dollar-a-year industry – and a broad-brush bashing that has painted it as the latest food demon. Wheat has been found guilty without a fair trial. The […]

Prevent cancer by understanding how it develops

Dr. Terry Rondberg Special to the Village News Anybody who I’ve ever met is frightened of being told by a doctor that they have cancer. The problem is that by the time they hear the ‘C’ word it’s often too late and death can be just around the corner.  Many times our loved ones don’t […]

How Medicare works with other insurance

Greg Dill Special to the Village News If your family is anything like mine, everyone has a certain specialty or role in keeping the household running. Since I wash dishes faster than anyone, I’m the family dishwashing expert. I’m also the point man for paying medical bills. My wife and I have separate health coverage, […]

Counties in rural states will have fewer insurance choices next year

Trudy Lieberman Rural Health News Service As Obamacare approaches its fifth sign-up season, policyholders in many parts of the country are facing a marketplace with fewer choices and higher premiums. A New York Times analysis has found that 45 percent of U.S. counties probably will have either just one insurer or no insurers to choose […]

FLC’s Emerald Grove event honors supporters

FLC’s Emerald Grove event honors supporters

FALLBROOK – Land donors and major contributors were celebrated at the Fallbrook Land Conservancy’s (FLC) 17th annual Emerald Grove Recognition Event in June. Held at the Fallbrook home of Chris and Jacquie Pierson, guests enjoyed a reception and dinner, as well as brief presentations by members of the FLC’s board of directors. Chairman Will Shakespeare […]

How to conquer sugar cravings

How to conquer sugar cravings

The title of the Woman of Wellness talk on June 1 was “The Sugar Habit: Why We Start and Can’t Stop, and How to Kick it!”. Certificated health coach Tiffany Burnett gave the presentation at Fallbrook Library. Burnett started out by describing her own experiences with an uncontrollable craving for sugar, which led her to […]

Highgate Senior Living to open in late summer

TEMECULA – A new assisted living and memory care community will be opening late this summer in the heart of Temecula, near the freeway off Rancho California Road. Highgate Senior Living is now accepting reservations for both their Manor and Cottage apartments. In addition to luxurious studio and one-bedroom units, Highgate at Temecula features exceptionally […]

Growing food the healthy way

FALLBROOK – The Healthy Garden, Healthy Home Program of the University of California Cooperative Extension invites residents to attend a free workshop on growing their own food the safe and healthy way. The workshop will be Saturday, July 8 at 3 p.m. at the Fallbrook Library, 124 S. Mission Road. The 90-minute workshop will give […]

HIV testing is available in San Diego County

Jose A. Alvarez County of San Diego Communications Office Knowing your HIV status is essential to keep the virus from spreading. To that end, the county Health and Human Services Agency and its many partners offered free, confidential HIV testing throughout the region. The service was part of National HIV Testing Week in San Diego County, […]

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