The H3N2 flu virus is known as the hospitalizer. Here’s why

Stay home. Don’t go to work. Keep sick children out of school. That’s some of the stern advice Los Angeles County health officials offered on Wednesday to people and their loved ones suffering from coughs, sneezes, aches and fevers as a result of the flu circulating at elevated levels throughout the region. Health officials also… Read More The H3N2 flu virus is known as the hospitalizer. Here’s why

How a Chiropractor Can Help You Lose Weight – Surprising tips from a South Bay expert

You’ve tried diets, weird health drinks and all of the latest trends to try to lose weight.  Maybe you lost a few pounds only to gain them back in a matter of weeks?  It can be frustrating.  Well, have you ever thought about seeing a chiropractor to help you lose weight?  While this may sound… Read More How a Chiropractor Can Help You Lose Weight – Surprising tips from a South Bay expert

SPMG LA – PROFILE: KP Watts Counseling and Learning Center

  KP Watts Counseling & Learning Center is making a difference in the community….See the difference. #SPMGMedia In 1967, Kaiser Permanente started the Watts Project to work with the people of Watts to improve their community. Right from the beginning and continuing 45 years later, Bill Coggins and the people of the Kaiser Permanente Watts Counseling… Read More SPMG LA – PROFILE: KP Watts Counseling and Learning Center

Covered California Highlights Major Health Insurance Changes for the New Year — New Penalties, New Requirements and, for Those With Coverage, Improved Benefits, More Options and More Access to Care

New Tax Forms and New Rules for Small Businesses Will Begin in 2016 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — With the new year right around the corner, Covered California is reminding consumers and small businesses about important changes that will take place in 2016. “There are big changes taking effect in 2016 that will affect thousands of small… Read More Covered California Highlights Major Health Insurance Changes for the New Year — New Penalties, New Requirements and, for Those With Coverage, Improved Benefits, More Options and More Access to Care