Category Archives: Health

City of Del Mar Contractors Using Deadly Chemicals in Public Spaces

Fusilade Used by City of Del Mar ContractorsThe following is an email I sent to Del Mar City Manager Scott Huth on September 7, 2018:

Hi Scott – I hope all is well.

This morning on her 2nd birthday, I was walking my daughter down to the tot lot by the beach.

We stopped to check our mail at the post office and then continued down 15th toward Coast Blvd.  I started smelling noxious chemicals – and then noticed one of the landscapers working on the corner (I assume it is City property) was spraying weed killer.  Before we were overcome with it, I turned around went back up the block and crossed the street.

I have a few questions for you:

1. Were these workers there on a City contract?
2. Does the City know they are using chemical weed killers and spraying them in public without notice or regard to the environment?
3.  Is the City of Del Mar ok with this?
4.  Is anyone thinking about where those chemicals end up?  Gutters, drains, sewers, beach and ocean ….

And most importantly,

5) What can be done to ensure that my daughter is never exposed to dangerous chemicals like in Del Mar again?

Thank you,

Joe Kennedy

To Scott’s credit, he answered the email on the same day, saying the City of Del Mar takes these types of things very seriously and that he would look into it…..   Continue Reading

Natural High from Opioid Due to its Death Rate

Natural High from Opioid Due to its Death Rate

Since the late 1990’s, when what is now a full-blown opioid epidemic is believed to have taken root, tens of thousands of educators nationwide have increasingly turned toward guiding their students to cultivate natural high. Natural highs are activities that naturally raise endorphins, instead of drugs or alcohol. Natural High from Opioid Due to its… Continue Reading

Pharmaceutical Marketplace Posts Revenue Growth

Pharmaceutical Marketplace Posts Revenue Growth

Scientist.com, the world’s leading pharmaceutical marketplace for outsourced scientific services, announced on August 16, 2018, that it ranked no. 9 on Inc. magazine’s 2018 list of the 5,000 fastest-growing, privately owned companies in America. Scientist.com ranked no. 2 nationally in the Health category and no. 2 in the state of California. The San Diego-based company… Continue Reading

WeShareMD: New Innovation In Healthcare Industry

WeShareMD: New Innovation In Healthcare Industry

WeShareMD: New Innovation In Healthcare Industry. Right now, doctors experience serious pain points to opening a new medical practice, or expanding their medical practice. Commercial medical leases are hard to find at all, and if a doctor can secure one, they are often forced to sign a 10+ year lease. For medical graduates today, high… Continue Reading

Chronic Inflammatory Diseases New Drug Discovery

Chronic Inflammatory Diseases New Drug Discovery

Chronic Inflammatory Diseases New Drug Discovery for. Blocking the CMPK2 enzyme may result in new treatments for osteoarthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, lung cancer and more chronic inflammation disease. Chronic Inflammatory Diseases New Drug Discovery Chronic Inflammatory Diseases, inflammation can lead to cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and other conditions. Inflammasomes — protein-based molecular machines — trigger inflammation in… Continue Reading

Fitness Genes to Launch First Accredited Fitness Genomics Training Course At IDEA World

Fitness Genes to Launch First Accredited Fitness Genomics Training Course At IDEA World

FitnessGenes, an industry pioneer in the burgeoning category of fitness genomics, received a significant advancement this month with a formal education accreditation from the American Council on Exercise (ACE), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and the Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). This is the first time a genomics education program has been… Continue Reading

First Accredited Fitness Genomics Training Course to Be Launched Idea World in San Diego by FitnessGenes

First Accredited Fitness Genomics Training Course to Be Launched Idea World in San Diego by FitnessGenes

FitnessGenes, an industry pioneer in the burgeoning category of fitness genomics, received a significant advancement this month with a formal education accreditation from the American Council on Exercise (ACE), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and the Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). This is the first time a genomics education program has been… Continue Reading

FitnessGenes to Launch First Accredited Fitness Genomics Training Course at 2018 IDEA World Convention

Joe Abs is looking forward to a potential cutting-edge partnership with FitnessGenes FitnessGenes, an industry pioneer in the burgeoning category of fitness genomics, received a significant advancement this month with a formal education accreditation from the American Council on Exercise (ACE), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and the Athletics and Fitness Association of America… Continue Reading

Study Shows 5 Healthy Habits Can Extend Life – What’s Missing?

Study Shows 5 Healthy Habits Can Extend Life – What’s Missing?

5 Healthy Habits Can Extend Lives Over 10+ Years An article posted on the Los Angeles Times website on April 30th, 2018 and written by their Science and Medicine Editor, Karen Kaplan referred to a recent report posted by the journal called “Circulation”.  This report – and Kaplan’s article, shows that men and women who… Continue Reading

Eat at Jersey Mike’s in March to Support Children’s Hospital

Jersey Mike’s 8th Annual Month of Giving Helps Seattle Children’s Hospital Seattle Children’s Hospital is joining forces with 33 Jersey Mike’s Subs restaurants throughout the Seattle-Tacoma area for the 8th Annual March “Month of Giving” campaign to fund local charities. During the month of March, customers can make a donation to Seattle Children’s Hospital at… Continue Reading