What a few weeks this has been, as we all try to digest the news about the spread of the new Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.
The City of Beverly Hills strongly enforces smoking regulations that apply to traditional tobacco smoke, electronic cigarettes/vaping devices, and smoking of cannabis products.
Every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market is packed with over 60 local farmers and nonagricultural vendors showcasing the finest and freshest produce, juices, baked goods, specialty items and more.
Hello Beverly Hills. Today is a day to celebrate love. If we broaden our focus from romantic love to all love including self-love, surely we can all find a way to participate.
We are just a few weeks into the new year/new decade and already I am finding it difficult to adhere to some of my resolutions, such as minimizing screen time as suggested in my last article. In case you are also struggling, I thought I would share some insights from my neuroscientist colleagues to help you along the way.
Offering cramping, sweats, fever, exhaustion, and perhaps the dreaded vomiting, the influenza is an harbinger of many things, none of them pleasant.
As the busy editorial director for Organic Spa Media, New York-based author, public speaker, and industry expert Rona Berg is frequently on the road combing the exotic corners of the globe for the best treatments, products, and wellness retreats.
My best advice for 2020 is very simple. Use your mirror neurons.
Holidays can be the most joyful time of the year but also the most stressful. Demands are high and self-care often suffers. Overeating and excess use of alcohol are common.