Health in Redwood City, CA

On an average day in 2006, youth used the following substances for the first time: 7,970 drank alcohol; 4,348 used an illicit drug; 4,082 smoked cigarettes; and 2,517 used pain relievers nonmedically. 8
Daily marijuana use increased among students in 8th, 10th, and 12th grades from 2009 to 2010. Among 12th graders, marijuana use was at its highest point since the early 1980s, with 6.1 percent…

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We celebrated Alyce's birthday at San Carlos Elms
Alyce always has a smile on her face. She volunteers at San Carlos Elms in the Marketing & Activities department. She also helps the Residents, walks their dogs and sometimes she will run errands for them.
She also volunteers her time at the San Carlos Library!
Happy Birthday Alyce and many more!!!
Alyce was happy to blow out the candles on her strawberry short cake.
Alyce was happy to have so many of her family…

Teeth grinding – which is also known as bruxism – is very common in children, especially among toddlers and preschoolers.

By Patti Miller, RDN
Bowls are plant based meals served in a bowl. Bowls are on the healthier side because they typically contain a variety of vegetables and are low in refined carbohydrates. You can even find bowls in the frozen food aisle!
Complimentary Injury Assessment
Do you have an ache or pain that just won't go away? Is it keeping you from enjoying an active lifestyle? Visit a BaySport clinic for a complimentary injury assessment performed by a licensed physical therapist.

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Online hearing tests are more prevalent than ever, but does that mean they're helping people treat hearing loss?

Rumor has it that ginger root can sooth an upset stomach, but what does the science really say?

NEW YORK (AP) — A newer kind of flu vaccine only worked a little bit better in seniors this past winter than traditional shots, the government reported Wednesday.

The first person to live to 150 has already been born - says leading scientist Dr. Aubrey De Grey. How much longer can we go?

The CDC surveyed 200 million people and found this strange reason some people may be more accident-prone than others.

We are all a bit crazy. Each of us brings a certain amount of baggage to a new relationship, regardless of how healthy we try to make ourselves. Below are a few types of insane women to watch out f…

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