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Pasadena Conference on Healthy Aging
Health & Fitness

Pasadena Conference on Healthy Aging

Seniors ages 50 and older will connect with others, gain new perspectives, increase their knowledge, get energized and more at the free 2017 Pasadena Conference on Healthy Aging on Saturday, April 22, from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at First Church of the Nazarene, 3700 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. Helen Dennis, a nationally recognized expert…

5 Tips to a Fit and Healthy 2017
Health & Fitness, Lifestyle

5 Tips to a Fit and Healthy 2017

The Family That Works Out Together A new year has begun: a whole new year with so many possibilities. What are your resolutions, your goals? And, how can you achieve them? Studies show nearly 80 percent of New Year resolutions are about staying healthy and getting fit. Do you want to have more energy, get…

Community Health Alliance of Pasadena Continues Partnership With Foothill Transit
Health & Fitness

Community Health Alliance of Pasadena Continues Partnership With Foothill Transit

  Community Health Alliance of Pasadena (ChapCare) announces its continued partnership with Foothill Transit to provide health education and increased access to primary healthcare services. Foothill Transit, the primary public transit provider of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys, has again donated advertising space on 330 buses and five transit stores. Since September, ChapCare ads…

Guiding Treatment of Advanced Breast Cancer Using Subtypes
Featured, Health & Fitness

Guiding Treatment of Advanced Breast Cancer Using Subtypes

  For patients with breast cancer, knowing whether the diagnosis is early stage or advanced is needed to help treat the disease. Vice-President and Chief Medical Officer for Georgia Cancer Specialists, Cheryl Jones, MD, has experience in treating patients with advanced breast cancer, an incurable but treatable disease, which comprises metastatic (stage IV) and locally advanced…

What You Can Do to Prevent Breast Cancer
Health & Fitness

What You Can Do to Prevent Breast Cancer

    Every year, 1.3 million women across the globe are diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast cancer awareness is high, but the primary focus of research is on early detection and treatment rather than prevention. Detection and treatment are undeniably important, but many feel prevention deserves more than the 2 percent of funding it currently…

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