Some communities have implemented a “Yellow Dot Program” in which participants place a yellow dot on their vehicle’s rear window so that if they are unresponsive or incoherent first responders know to look in the glove compartment for a corresponding folder with medical, emergency contact, and other vital information. The County of San Diego is […]
Fallbrook Senior Center’s Monday Wellness Exercise Group was recently honored by the Fallbrook Healthcare District (FHD) as the October winner of FHD’s “Call to Activity Wellness…One Step At A Time” award. Members of the exercise group are shown with a banner that recognizes them for their achievement.
Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer A bigger crowd than usual attended the March 3 Woman of Wellness (WOW) event to hear the presentation on “Things You Don’t Know That You Need to Know About Hospital Discharge and Homecare”. Speaker Colleen Van Horn, RN, BSN, PHN, CCM, and owner of Innovative Healthcare Consultants, spoke from her experience […]
Foundation for Senior Care board of directors member Mike McReynolds arrives to the annual ‘Dinner with the Docs’ masquerade gala and fundraiser at Pala Mesa Resort on Nov. 7. The annual event raises money for three critical programs available to local seniors.
By Patricia Diaz “Hello, Frances? It’s Jane with the sheriff’s volunteers,” the woman in uniform said, poking her head just inside the screen door. A small dog barks from somewhere inside the house. “Frances, it’s Jane with the sheriff’s volunteers here to visit you; can we come in?” “I can’t understand what you’re saying,” a […]
Courtesy of Grangetto’s Farm & Garden Supply Blueberries are one of the healthiest fruits around; they are low calorie, almost fat free, packed with vitamin C, antioxidants and dietary fiber – and they taste wonderful. As if that weren’t enough, they can add striking beauty to your garden. Whatever your reason for growing them, blueberries […]
by Shelli DeRobertis Nearly 15 years ago, cancerstricken Leslie Kirchmeier, of Fallbrook, was frail, too thin, and could barely walk, until a raw foods diet turned her life around. In the Summer of 2000, she was diagnosed with Stage 2 cervical cancer and underwent surgery to remove lymph nodes after a tumor was found to […]
By Julie Reeder When considering people who have had a ripple effect and influence outside Fallbrook, Dr. John Piconi is a great example. He is now retired, but was a urologist in Fallbrook since 1975. He is a man of vision and foresight, and his wisdom and hard work have benefitted not only the Fallbrook/Bonsall […]
Randy Fleming, the former owner of the Fallbrook Christian Bookstore, is still working in his “Water of Life” ministry, which serves children and youth in Cambodia. He moved to Cambodia in 2005, but the story really began in Fallbrook. Fleming writes, “I loved all the years of training and fellowship I received in Fallbrook. Having […]