Brenda Martin, spa director at The Spa at The Inn, and Lead Spa Therapist, Madeline Gawne stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to tell viewers about the spa’s seasonal menu and how to re-create some of their treatments at home!
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner starts two weeks of intensive therapy Monday while facing a sexual harassment lawsuit and calls for his resignation amid a flurry of allegations that he groped women for years.
A plan has been approved to reduce the city’s dependence on imported water by building the world’s largest groundwater treatment center in the San Fernando Basin.
A proposal to tear down part of Men’s Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles to build a treatment center for mentally ill inmates has gained the approval of county officials.
Dr. Bristow, director of gynecologic oncology at the UC Irvine Medical Center in Orange, stopped by KCAL9 to tell viewers important things to know about ovarian cancer.
Residents of a neighborhood in Riverside County say a dangerous cocktail of contaminants is buried underneath their homes.
Singer and actress LeAnn Rimes has reportedly entered rehab to seek treatment for emotional issues, People Magazine said Thursday.
A new treatment is offering relief to people suffering from sleep apnea and snoring.
Diagnosed with breast cancer 14 years ago, Leonor Gavina-Valls will be among the thousands taking part in the Susan G. Komen L.A. County Race for the Cure on Saturday.
Germel Ford knows that cancer does not just affect the person diagnosed, but his or her loved ones as well. That is why he is speaking out to show why support is so important.
Dennis Malavasi could be headed back to prison after a long history of driving under the influence of alcohol.
A new technology is offering fuller, thicker lashes without having to apply any mascara and the results are semi-permanent.
Do you ever wonder what happens after you flush your toilet?
Your hormones control virtually every aspect of your life – your emotions, appetite and energy level, so when they are out-of-balance your world is flipped upside-down!
In a decision that could affect millions of women, a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel found that the best-selling cancer drug in the world should not be used on breast cancer patients.