The Ovarian Cancer Circle/Inspired By Robin Babbini presented a check for $75,000 to further ovarian cancer research to UCLA gynecologic oncologist Dr. Sanaz Memarzadeh and… Read More »Ovarian Cancer Circle Donates $75,000 for Cancer Research
A mystery respiratory illness is sickening dogs statewide, with rare cases turning deadly. As the holidays approach, and some individuals are looking to kennel their… Read More »Mystery Respiratory Illness Spreading Among Dogs
Kids ages six-17 make up 21.2% of the pickleball players in the US. And the average age of all players has dropped to 35. The… Read More »Pickleball is Not Just for Seniors – Kids Love it Too!
Do you have old, expired and unused drugs in your medicine cabinet? It’s time to clean it out! Keep old drugs out of the hands of… Read More »Crush the Crisis at West Hills Hospital
As the school year begins for millions of students around the nation, the rates of three respiratory infections – COVID-19, influenza and Respiratory Syncytial Virus… Read More »Northridge Hospital Physician Urges Awareness as COVID, Influenza and RSV Rise
This fall and winter may bring another “tripledemic,” thanks to the seasonal onset of the flu, RSV and new COVID variants. While 2022 saw… Read More »Will There Be Another “Tripledemic” This Fall?
David Schreier, MD, General Surgeon at West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, has successfully performed his 1000th robotic surgery. Robotic surgeries are performed by specially… Read More »West Hills Hospital Performs 1000th Robotic Surgery
Each year LVMWD pulls over 1,200 samples from throughout their distribution system and conducts over 11,000 tests on those samples. These results, as well as the… Read More »LVMWD Meets or Exceeds All Quality Standards
You’re at the market. The mall. A concert. Someone drops in front of you. Could you save a life? Most people who witness a cardiac… Read More »Could You Save a Life? Learn Hands-On CPR at Sidewalk Event
Students from Northridge Middle School attended a “Mini Medical School” at Northridge Hospital Medical Center on April 12. The students were able to learn about… Read More »Students Get Hands-On Experience at Mini Med School
When illness or injury strike, patients often have to make the important decision on where they should go to get the care they need. Your… Read More »Primary Care, Urgent Care or ER? Know Where to Go
After the horrific scene of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsing during a football game recently, talk has quickly turned to cardiac arrest. What exactly… Read More »What’s the Difference Between Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest
Phil Swain is no stranger to the health and fitness industry. The Woodland Hills resident has been President and CEO of Yoga Works and Sports… Read More »New Studio, New Concept Focusing on Brain AND Body Health
It’s almost time to “fall back” and change your clocks for daylight saving time 2022! Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the yearly practice of setting… Read More »What Daylight Saving Time Does to Your Body Clock
By Dr. Rishma Chand RSV is very common virus that predominantly occurs in the late fall/winter time. It is spreads just like a common cold,… Read More »What’s Behind the Rise of RSV in Children
UCLA Encino celebrated their grand opening earlier this week to celebrate the official launch of their new imaging centers and renovated clinics. While the first… Read More »UCLA Encino Celebrates Grand Opening of New Clinics
My name is Dr. Renee Cotter and I am a local gynecologist, practicing in West Hills since 1991. I am frequently asked by my patients… Read More »How to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer
Twelve teens were all smiles this summer after Dr. Ara Agopian and his team provided them all with braces – for free. Agopian owns Orthodontic Centers of… Read More »Orthodontics From the Heart in Granada Hills
The new national suicide hotline officially launched on Saturday, July 16. Those seeking mental health can now text or call “988” to reach trained counselors.… Read More »New National Suicide Prevention Lifeline “988” Launched July 16
This past weekend, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) officially announced their recommendation that children aged six months through five years of age can now… Read More »CDC Approves Vaccine for Kids Under Five
West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, a full-service acute care facility, has achieved the best average “door-to-balloon” response time in Los Angeles County for 2021. … Read More »West HIlls Hospital Offers Fastest Average Heart Attack Response Time in L.A.