Health & Fitness

The Future of Interior Design in a Post-COVID World

My L.A. Lifestyle 11/6 6:00A Patrick Ediger
The year has shifted our routines and norms in a myriad of ways. School, work, eating and entertaining, shopping, working from a coffee shop almost everything we take for granted feels different now....

Beverly Hills City Council Supports Prop. 20

Beverly Hills Courier (Health) 9/17 5:28P Ana Figueroa
The Beverly Hills City Council approved a resolution at its Sept. 15 regular meeting reaffirming the City’s support for the Keeping California Safe Act, now known as Proposition 20. It s the second time the Council affirmed its support for the...

COVID-19 May Curtail Halloween in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills Courier (Health) 9/10 4:02P Ana Figueroa
Trick-or-treating is the latest victim of the novel coronavirus, at least in Los Angeles County. Citing the virus, the county Department of Public Health (Public Health) is recommending against the traditional All Hallows Eve activity. In its...

CORE Offers COVID-19 Testing

Beverly Hills Courier (Health) 9/10 3:55P Bianca Heyward
On Sep. 9, CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort), the emergency relief nonprofit organization co-founded by Sean Penn and Ann Lee, announced it will offer private, for-profit COVID-19 testing services to film and television productions....

County Making Inroads on COVID-19

Beverly Hills Courier (Health) 8/29 12:36P Ana Figueroa
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed 58 new deaths and 1,642 new cases of confirmed COVID-19. As of this week, Public Health identified 235,386 positive cases of COVID-19 in the county, with a total of...

Fewer Businesses Cited for COVID-19 Health Violations

Beverly Hills Courier (Health) 8/21 6:45A Ana Figueroa
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed 61 new deaths and 1,956 new cases of COVID-19. The majority of those who died were over the age of 65. As of Aug. 20. Public Health has identified 225,827 positive...

Tips for Staying Cool from Cedars-Sinai

Beverly Hills Courier (Health) 8/20 2:47P production
By Ana Figueroa Record-breaking heat has baked the Southland this week, causing rolling blackouts for the first time since 2011. Cooling centers have sprung up in the Los Angeles area, but the risk of COVID-19 is deterring many of the most...
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