By Stuart B. Kincaid, MD, FACS “Beauty in things exists merely in the mind which contemplates them.” – David Hume, 18th century Scottish philosopher Trends in plastic surgery come and go, reflecting everything from old Hollywood glamour to the latest in celebrity silhouettes. But the best plastic surgeons stay abreast not only of celebrity fashions, [...]
By Joan Schultz, http://SellingLaJollaRealEstate.com Hello real estate boom, goodbye recession. San Diego homes sales are on the national radar with units moving quickly and an overall rise in real estate performance that have surpassed those five years strong. According to the New Housing Monitor published by the Hanley Group in Oceanside, the median price for [...]
America’s quintessential food of all seasons — the mighty burger that can be tricked out with more combinations than a SuperLotto ticket — is being honored with its designated holiday in May.
By Dr. Joe D’Angelo So often when a patient is asking for help with a cosmetic dental concern, the question of whether they should get veneers or Invisalign comes up. There’s no doubt that a beautiful smile can make you look years younger, not to mention improve the way others perceive you in both professional [...]
By Peter Kevorkian, United Coin & Precious Metals Investors everywhere have been talking about gold prices, and with a bear market to boot, consumers are left scratching their heads: Is it time to sell my gold? Despite the naysayers who predict the use of gold may decline, reports on actual gold use may prove there [...]
For much of Asia, the arrival of the summer rainy season known as the monsoon is important for water and the food security of more than a billion people. Variations in the monsoon cycle, however, can lead to drought and floods. Now a Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO), UC San Diego-led study reports that a winter appearance of El Niño in the Pacific Ocean can leave its mark on monsoon formation in the Indian Ocean a full six months later.
By Dr. C. Michael Wright Dr. Wright is a nationally-recognized, board-certified Cardiologist in La Jolla and developer of the LifeScore Program, http://LifeScoreProgram.com Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the United States according to the American Heart Association. It claims more lives than car accidents, cancer, respiratory disease or stroke. Between lack [...]
Learn about the connection between home and garden for insight into effective San Diego landscape design.
Studying structures created by nature can lead to new man-made materials. Case in point, researchers at the Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego are taking clues from seahorse tails in an effort to create a more flexible robotic arm.
May 18, 2013 | Posted in Research Report
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By Dr. Robert Sunstein, Orthodontics in Carmel Valley & La Jolla With summer break just weeks away, kids and parents are quickly filling their calendars with things to do – from causal beach days to road trips, vacations, poolside fun and everything in between. But did you know that summer is one of the best [...]