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Inglewood Doctors Talk About Sickle Cell During Minority Health Awareness Month
April 18, 2019
According to medical experts like Dr. Resa Caivano and Dr. Rebecca Deans of Kaiser Permanente’s Sickle Cell Center of Excellence in Inglewood, the majority of patients affected by sickle cell disease are African American, about 90%. It is important to debunk the myths surrounding the topic they said, and what better time to do it than during April, which is Minority Health Awareness Month. Bringing the subject to the forefront, they said, can keep people aware of what the disease is, how a person can know if they have it and what their treatment options are. ... read more »
Arrowhead Helps Homeless Community stay Hydrated During Recent Heat Wave
October 3, 2017
Last month, Arrowhead came out to Los Angeles’ homeless community to donate water, keeping some of the city’s most vulnerable residents hydrated during the recent heat wave. ... read more »
Adjust Summer Diet To Meet Your Body’s Needs
July 14, 2017
The weather’s not the only thing that heats up in summer. So do our bodies, which makes this time of year a great time to transition to a healthier diet. If we aren’t careful, foods we eat during the summer can affect our bodies and digestion through Thanksgiving and beyond. ... read more »
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