Suffering from a stiff neck? What about an achy back? Approximately one-third of Americans report they feel aches and pains “very often” or “often”— more than people in any other country, according to a new National Bureau of Economic Research survey
Fortunately, relief is as close as your garden! Natural health expert Dr. Christine Horner, M.D., FACS, is a nationally known surgeon, author and professional speaker, is also an avid gardener and strong advocate for Grow This in Your Garden To Help Handle Pain Science.
Her natural approach is proving that certain foods can relieve pain as well as, or sometimes better than, drugs. Here are some plants to start growing in your own medicinal garden to relieve pain:
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Firefighters responding to a house fire in El Cajon Thursday found a man in his late 70s dead inside a bedroom, officials said.
Cameras did not scare two men who were captured trying to break into a Mission Hills home in broad daylight while the homeowner’s teenage son was inside.
Nearly two years after a tragedy that shook the San Diego Police Department and the community to the core, Officer Jonathon DeGuzman, is being honored.
Monsoonal moisture will decrease through early next week. Strengthening high pressure will increase temperatures through the next week.
The Encinitas Planning Commission on Thursday will vote on the next phase of a contentious project meant to improve access to Beacon’s Beach.
Comic-Con International, again expected to draw a wide array of fans of the popular arts, conducts its annual preview night at the San Diego Convention Center Wednesday night.
Goat yoga may be all the rage, but the San Diego Humane Society is giving people the change to stretch out with adorable furry critters – cats!
Over 130,000 pop culture devotees will come to San Diego's Gaslamp District for the annual four-day comic book convention Comic-Con, the big, bright and very heavily branded confab of costumed superfans and the corporate sponsors vying for their attention — and dollars.
There is a renewed call for protective barriers along the State Route 56 bike path where, in some sections, only a chain-link fence separates bike riders from freeway traffic.