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UC San Diego Health opens Encinitas primary care center

UC San Diego Health opens Encinitas primary care center

North Coast Current

June 12, 2019


Filed under BUSINESS NOTES, Cardiff by the Sea, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Health, Leucadia, Olivenhain

UC San Diego Health’s new Encinitas primary care center opened June 10. Located at 1505 Encinitas Blvd., the facility is on a site that has seen several incarnations over the past 45 years, from banks to restaurants.

Encinitas firm CycloPure reports advance in water decontamination

Encinitas firm CycloPure reports advance in water decontamination

North Coast Current

March 9, 2019


Filed under Business, BUSINESS NOTES, Encinitas

Encinitas-based firm CycloPure Inc. recently announced a significant advancement in its technology to remove manmade chemicals from contaminated water.

A good gut feeling: Fermentation, food are focus of Encinitas event

A good gut feeling: Fermentation, food are focus of Encinitas event

Lauren J. Mapp

March 6, 2019


Filed under Encinitas, Food, NORTH COAST TASTE, Region, San Diego County

The Fermenters Club held its fifth annual San Diego Fermentation Festival at the Leichtag Commons farm in Encinitas on Feb. 17. Festivalgoers were able to learn how to make their own apple ginger sauerkraut in take-home demo jars at a hands-on table and nibble on samples of products from local artisan producers of fermented products.

ENCINITAS: Fermentation Festival returns Feb. 17

ENCINITAS: Fermentation Festival returns Feb. 17

February 14, 2019


Filed under CURRENT EVENTS, Encinitas, Food

ENCINITAS — The San Diego Fermentation Festival returns to Encinitas on Feb. 17, 11 a.m.- 5 p.m. at Leichtag Commons, 800 Ecke Ranch Road. The fifth annual event’s mission is to highlight the ancient tradition of fermentation by showing how healthy, easy, safe, delicious and fun it is to make and...

Encinitas resident named chief of staff for Scripps Mercy hospitals

Encinitas resident named chief of staff for Scripps Mercy hospitals

North Coast Current

January 18, 2019


Filed under Encinitas, Health, LATEST NEWS, Region, San Diego County

Encinitas resident Dr. Megan Hamreus has been named chief of staff for Scripps Mercy Hospital’s San Diego and Chula Vista campuses, Scripps Health announced.

5 water-saving New Year’s resolutions

5 water-saving New Year’s resolutions

StatePoint

January 6, 2019


Filed under MERCHANTS' SQUARE

It’s that time of year to start setting New Year’s resolutions: work out more; get a new job; save money. While these are admirable goals, have you considered how your resolutions might make a bigger impact? Protecting our water is one of the biggest challenges facing the planet, but many of us...

10 doctor-recommended New Year’s resolutions

10 doctor-recommended New Year’s resolutions

StatePoint

January 6, 2019


Filed under MERCHANTS' SQUARE

With the new year upon us, you may be looking for resolutions that will help to keep you and your loved ones healthy and happy in the year ahead. “This is the perfect time of year to consider your personal goals, and how you can make positive health choices in the coming year,” says American Medical...

Food for thought during National Nutrition Month

Food for thought during National Nutrition Month

StatePoint

March 18, 2018


Filed under MERCHANTS' SQUARE

We hear a lot about the important nutrients in vegetables and fruits, but the health benefits of eating seafood regularly aren’t always in the spotlight. It should be a no-brainer when it comes to seafood, which is packed with omega-3s. Yet, most Americans only eat one serving of seafood a week. Here...

Deadlines for Encinitas city commission seats close this month

North Coast Current

January 7, 2017


Filed under Arts, Cardiff by the Sea, Encinitas, Health, LATEST NEWS, Leucadia, Olivenhain, Politics

Deadlines to apply for positions on Encinitas city commissions are approaching fast. The deadline for incumbents to reapply for their seats is Jan. 12, and the deadline for all other applicants is Jan. 26.

Encinitas school board candidates discuss student yoga, farming

Ernesto Lopez

November 7, 2016


Filed under Cardiff by the Sea, Carlsbad, Education, ELECTION 2016, Elections, Encinitas, Food, Health, K-12, La Costa, Leucadia, Olivenhain, Politics

Two issues at the center of this year’s race for the Board of Trustees in the Encinitas Union School District are the funding of yoga and farming programs, which are available to the 5,400 students at the nine schools as part of the Health and Wellness Program.

End of emergency services era at Palomar Health Downtown Campus

Dan Weisman, The Escondido Grapevine

February 12, 2016


Filed under Escondido, NEIGHBORS, North County, Region, San Marcos

Ending months of speculation, and anticipation, Palomar Health said Wednesday it would close its around-the-clock downtown Escondido emergency department on March 14. Once a major 319-bed regional medical center, the 555 E. Valley Parkway hospital, now called the Kaiser Permanente Palomar Health...

Cool on the Coast: Stage some summer fun in July

Layla Marino

July 16, 2015


Filed under Arts, Business, COOL ON THE COAST, Food, Theater

In July, San Diego reaches a fever pitch for events, especially with the opening of the Del Mar races and, of course, Comic-Con. Residents and tourists alike are bound to easily find these big three events, but what about the events on the North Coast that are a bit off the beaten racetrack, so to speak...

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