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By | September 3, 2009
Why wait for government health care reform when you can take charge of your own health and save on doctor bills by learning to use homeopathy?  In the “Health Through Homeopathy” class offered this fall through Laguna Beach Community Services, you’ll discover how to use this highly effective, non-toxic, preventive and money-saving alternative medicine with confidence.  Master Homeopath Bara Waters will teach you how to treat yourself and your loved ones for almost any acute condition: colds, flu, headaches, digestive troubles, ear infections, teething, and more.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 1, 2008
Sawdust studio tour seeks artists The Sawdust Art Festival is seeking professional artists who would like to open their studios for its April 12 Artist Studio Tour. The tour is not a gallery visit ? only working studios are suitable for the tour. Artists must be prepared to demonstrate their art for tour-goers, who will arrive, with a guide, in groups of 10 to 15. Participating artists do not have to be Sawdust exhibitors. The Sawdust Art Festival?s Art Studio Tour takes visitors on an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the working studios of Laguna Beach artists.
NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | January 5, 2012
A few weeks ago, a rape victim showed up at the Laguna Beach Community Clinic, desperate to find out if she had been exposed to HIV and might end up with full-blown AIDS. Before November, the woman would have had to wait as long as six months to determine if she carried HIV antibodies, which the body creates in response to exposure to HIV. Depending upon the strength of the immune system, antibodies may show up in is as little as two weeks, but it often takes months. Instead, the distraught woman was told of a new test, just now being offered, that could determine the presence of HIV antigens, which are part of the virus and appear within 17 days of exposure.
NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | February 2, 2007
Times are getting tougher for medical marijuana users in Laguna Beach. Four months after the Laguna Beach City Council declined to approve an ordinance amendment to bar business licenses for medical marijuana facilities — citing "compassion" for cancer and AIDS patients — city officials have succeeded in pushing the facilities out. A medical marijuana dispensary that has operated since August closed up shop last week, lacking a...
NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | December 13, 2013
Kelly Boyd says the hard part of his cancer treatment has passed. Boyd, 69, sounded relaxed when he discussed the next phase of treatment - a stem cell transplant. For three weeks beginning Friday, the Laguna Beach city councilman will stay at City of Hope hospital in Duarte while doctors draw blood and extract white blood cells, Boyd said. Doctors diagnosed Boyd with multiple myeloma in February and he has undergone chemotherapy treatment since. Multiple myeloma is a cancer of plasma cells, a type of white blood cell present in bone marrow, according to the Mayo Clinic website . Plasma cells normally make antibodies to help fight infections.
NEWS
March 21, 2003
FOOD FOR THOUGHT Much more than a meal, dining at restaurants with an old friend who visits from the East Coast resembles a bad comedy routine -- punctuated by playful under-the-table pokes and stifled groans hidden behind the safety of a menu. My pal, Judy, is not a clever wit who intentionally amuses her table mates. She's just exceedingly particular about what she eats. All salad dressings and sauces go on the side, and wait persons are summarily drilled about how her chosen source of protein is prepared.
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By Cindy Frazier | January 5, 2012
A few weeks ago, a rape victim showed up at the Laguna Beach Community Clinic, desperate to find out if she had been exposed to HIV and might end up with full-blown AIDS. Before November, the woman would have had to wait as long as six months to determine if she carried HIV antibodies, which the body creates in response to exposure to HIV. Depending upon the strength of the immune system, antibodies may show up in is as little as two weeks, but it often takes months. Instead, the distraught woman was told of a new test, just now being offered, that could determine the presence of HIV antigens, which are part of the virus and appear within 17 days of exposure.
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LOCAL
By | September 3, 2009
Why wait for government health care reform when you can take charge of your own health and save on doctor bills by learning to use homeopathy?  In the “Health Through Homeopathy” class offered this fall through Laguna Beach Community Services, you’ll discover how to use this highly effective, non-toxic, preventive and money-saving alternative medicine with confidence.  Master Homeopath Bara Waters will teach you how to treat yourself and your loved ones for almost any acute condition: colds, flu, headaches, digestive troubles, ear infections, teething, and more.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 1, 2008
Sawdust studio tour seeks artists The Sawdust Art Festival is seeking professional artists who would like to open their studios for its April 12 Artist Studio Tour. The tour is not a gallery visit ? only working studios are suitable for the tour. Artists must be prepared to demonstrate their art for tour-goers, who will arrive, with a guide, in groups of 10 to 15. Participating artists do not have to be Sawdust exhibitors. The Sawdust Art Festival?s Art Studio Tour takes visitors on an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the working studios of Laguna Beach artists.
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