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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Outdoor Enthusiasts: Tips to Prevent Bites and Burns

(StatePoint) Nearly half of all Americans participate in at least one outdoor activity each year, according to statistics from the Outdoor Foundation. And while...

Carlsbad jeweler teams with Hope Elementary School for Mother’s Day art contest

The fifth graders at Hope school were part of a special Student Jewelry Design Art Showcase from Famulare Jewelers in Carlsbad, who came up...

Reduce Your Risk of Dangerous Blood Clots

(NewsUSA) - Oral contraceptives are the most common form of hormonal birth control in the United States, and while research shows that they are...

Osteoporosis May Raise Risk Of Needing Long-Term Care

(NAPSI)—Osteoporosis, which causes thin and weakened bones, is a major health threat for older people. In fact, 54 million Americans have osteoporosis or low...

Hot for Summer: Create a Perfect Outdoor Escape in Your Backyard

(StatePoint) If there’s anything better than heating up the grill and chilling drinks with close friends late into a summer evening, it’s decorating the...

California’s biggest beer festival

California's biggest beer festival With nearly 200 breweries represented from around the world, beer aficionados will enjoy hard-to-find specialty craft brews alongside favorites from our...

Carlsbad Food Tours – For The Healthy Benefits

Cherimarie Poulos | May 2, 2017 | Foodie Having been a nurse of over 30 years I have seen first hand the...

Adult Use of Marijuana Act from Carlsbad City Government

Updated April 26: The Carlsbad City Council requested additional information on this item, and it will return to the City Council at a later...

Starbucks secret menu: All Year Holiday Drinks

Just because the holidays last a couple months of the year doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy holiday cheer all year round! It could be...

Carlsbad issues rattlesnake alert

The city of Carlsbad is urging residents to be aware of rattlesnakes - and not just along hiking trails, such as those on Mount Calavera or in Rancho La Costa. "With spring comes warmer temperatures and reminders from public safety officials to be aware of rattlesnakes becoming more active," the city said in a news [...]
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