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Health and Safety Commission Meeting Roundup

The City of Beverly Hills strongly enforces smoking regulations that apply to traditional tobacco smoke, electronic cigarettes/vaping devices, and smoking of cannabis products.

Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market to Showcase Summer Camps

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.

BHHS Medical Science Academy Expands with New Programming

2020 Flu Season Looking Painfully Bad

Offering cramping, sweats, fever, exhaustion, and perhaps the dreaded vomiting, the influenza is an harbinger of many things, none of them pleasant.

Wellness Spas are the New Face of Beauty in Beverly Hills

Traditional beauty and medi-spas are slowly transforming into wellness centers where bio-hacking (manipulating your environment) is the norm and LED color light therapy is used more for injury than post-facial injections.

Beauty: Top Treatments for On and Off the Red Carpet

With the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards airing live this Sunday, Sept. 22nd from the Microsoft Theatre downtown, our city is in an aesthetic flurry trying to make sure everyone looks their best on the red carpet

Shopping Event At Barneys To Benefit Women, Children And Elderly In Israel

The Harmonist, a luxury fragrance brand based on the ancient principle that balance binds the universe, earth and humanity together, will donate 25 percent of sales to the Women International Zionist Organization.

Kardashian Sisters Seek OK For $10.6M Arbitration Award

Three Kardashian sisters are asking a judge to confirm a $10.6 million award they say an arbitration panel granted them in a lawsuit brought by a hedge fund that alleged they committed fraud and breach of contract regarding the funding of a line of beauty products.

International Vascular Surgeon Saluted At Global Peace Forum At The Montage

Dr. Arjun V. Daluvoy, forum founder, was honored for his more than five decades in the healing arts including 10 years of donated services in India, Ireland, London and New York.

Santa Ana Winds Help Clear Smoke, But Smoke Advisory Continues in LA, SFV

Ashes continue to fall in the smoke-filled skies over Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, and Ventura Counties, prompting cancellations of outdoor events at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and the Annenberg Community Beach House, as well as activities through the Beverly Hills Community Services Recreation and Parks Sunday.

Two Paralyzed People in US Walk, Stand or Sit With New Treatment

Two patients in an experimental US rehabilitation program for paralyzed people have been able to walk again thanks to electrical stimulation of their spinal cords, and two others have been able to stand or sit, according to newly published results.


HEALTHY AGING IN BEVERLY HILLS — Mayor Julian Gold, a physician with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, attended the Senior Health Fair last week at Roxbury Park Community Center. Seniors were able to network with dozens of healthcare professionals and caregivers. Pictured, from left: Carol Marks, Mayor Gold and Health and Safety Commissioner Lisa Kay Schwartz. Marks may look familiar to hundreds of residents – she taught kindergarten at Hawthorne Elementary for 30 years. She and her husband have resided in Beverly Hills for 64 years. Among her students were Schwartz’s two children and Rebecca Gold, the mayor’s daughter.

Sentencing Postponed for Former Westside VA Contracts Administrator

A sentencing hearing was postponed Monday for a former U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs contracts administrator who pleaded guilty to tax fraud and lying to investigators about his part in a bribery scheme at the VA's Westside medical center campus.

Day Without A Scooter in Santa Monica as Firms Protest Possible Rules Change

Bird and Lime, the operators of dockless electric scooters that have become a Millennial fad but have raised concerns about safety and cluttering of sidewalks, want supporters to descend on Santa Monica City Hall Tuesday evening to protest the firms' possible ouster from the municipality.

Cedars-Sinai ‘Rock For Research’ Supports Regenerative Medicine Institute’s Stem Cell Projects

The third annual "Rock for Research" Sunday at a private Beverly Hills estate, sponsored by the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s Board of Governors, raised more than $480,000 for the Board of Governors’ Regenerative Medicine Institute.

Heat Wave Wreaks Havoc on Power Supply

  Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and Southern California Edison crews worked Monday to restore power to tens of thousands of customers blacked out over the weekend as the Southand's first summer heat wave of 2018 wreaked havoc with power supplies.
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