By Dr. Joe D’Angelo & Dr. Ashley Olson It is safe to say that no adult wants to get a tooth extracted. At least when we were kids, losing a tooth was a rite of passage, and the Tooth Fairy did help sweeten the deal. As adults, there is nothing appealing about the idea of [...]
By: Ryan Mathys & Tracie Kersten http://www.LaJollaAgent.com This year has proven to be a strong year in real estate for La Jolla and other luxury markets. We have seen higher prices, higher sales volume and shorter marketing times. When reading real estate articles and sales statistics, it is helpful to understand what is being reported [...]
Aromatic herbs and spices scream holiday cheer along the produce aisles. Here’s a winter wonderland of quintessential holiday flavorings to help you get the most from your sweet and savory treasured recipes.
The downside of being a multi-ethnic household this time of year is that I’m always afraid the Menorah will set fire to the Nativity scene.
By Kevin Yaley, Francis Parker School Last year, the government unveiled new nutritional standards in support of increased student health and wellness as recent studies reinforce the critical role nutrition plays in promoting better learning in students. The Wellness Impact: Enhancing Academic Success Through Healthy School Environments highlights the critical importance of improved nutrition and physical activity [...]
By Jay Levitt, Guaranteed Rate Most people have heard of ARM mortgages but aren’t sure exactly how they work. An Adjustable Rate Mortgage or ARM is a mortgage type in which the borrower has a fixed rate or “start rate” for an initial term (3, 5, 7 or 10 years typically), and then after the [...]
By Dr. Maurice Sherman, Del Mar Cosmetic Medical Center According to an article in the AP, as the military downsizes because of budget cuts and the winding down of the war in Afghanistan, military members feel that they are under increased scrutiny and are afraid of losing their jobs. Failing the Pentagon’s body fat test [...]
By Scott Murfey, Murfey Construction Have you thought about your utility bill lately? You might now that winter is here. Even though we live in perpetually sunny San Diego, cooler weather is still a part of our climate come winter. While we don’t have to brave snowstorms, ice or other harsh winter conditions, we must [...]
By Peter Kevorkian, United Coin & Precious Metals It’s a surprise, to say the least, that the holidays are officially underway. First it was Halloween, and now nearly Thanksgiving, and, before we know it, Christmas will be upon La Jolla and the world. You might by now be wondering, what sorts of gifts you might [...]
‘Tis the season for stuffing your face silly from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, punctuated by some fattening pit stops (Chanukah, Kwanza, Christmas and various holiday cocktail parties). According to studies in the New England Journal of Medicine, although the average holiday weight gain is only one pound, it is not reversed during the spring and summer months, accounting for the increase in body weight during adulthood. Let’s leave the belly fat to Santa, and make this one a healthier, slimmer season, excluding high-calorie, artery-clogging celebratory monsters from the table.