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Behavioral Health Services is a not-for-profit community-based healthcare organization providing medical services, substance abuse, mental health, drug-free transitional living, housing for women with HIV, and prevention services for the local community. BHS – Family Health Center our first community health clinic opened in April 2016.
BHS began providing outpatient substance abuse treatment services to adolescents and young adults in the Centinela Valley in 1973. Realizing the enormity of need throughout Los Angeles County, we expanded reach and now operate from 13 locations covering the South Bay, East Los Angeles, the San Gabriel Valley, and the metropolitan areas of Los Angeles County. We operate two Chemical Dependency Recovery Centers, four residential sites eight outpatient clinics, two of which provide mental health services in addition to substance use services. BHS also provides outreach to individuals living on Skid Row and
Kennedy Club Fitness in San Luis Obispo has been denied its administrative appeals of $8,000 in fines issued for violations of the city’s COVID-19 emergency safety order.
But the gym isn’t giving up its fight.
The business now has the option to continue its appeals process in San Luis Obispo Superior Court, which the fitness center plans to pursue.
“It is our belief barring any change of opinion by the review board, once they ratify their ruling, we will make our decision to appeal to the Superior Court,” said Brett Weaver, the gym’s managing partner.
In hearings in front of San Luis Obispo’s Administrative Review Board (ARB) that took place over the past couple of months, Kennedy contested citations in November and December relating to the city’s emergency services order on COVID-19.
The gym’s lawyers contend the city had not established a rule or regulation that clearly defined the violations
Kennedy Club Fitness
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Avila Bay Athletic Club
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Heat and exercise: Keeping cool in hot weather
Stay safe during hot-weather exercise by drinking enough fluids, wearing proper clothing and timing your workout to avoid extreme heat.
By Mayo Clinic Staff
Whether you’re running, playing a pickup game of basketball or going for a power walk, take care when the temperature rises. If you exercise outdoors in hot weather, use these commonsense precautions to prevent heat-related illnesses.
How heat affects your body
Exercising in hot weather puts extra stress on your body. If you don’t take care when exercising in the heat, you risk serious illness. Both the exercise itself and the air temperature and humidity can increase your core body temperature.
To help cool itself, your body sends more blood to circulate through your skin. This leaves less blood for your muscles, which in turn increases your heart rate. If the humidity also is high, your body faces
While the physical health benefits of exercise are frequently discussed, the psychological benefits are often overlooked. But research shows exercise can be quite beneficial for mental health.
Physical activity may help ward off mental health problems before they start. Additionally, research shows exercise can improve the symptoms of many existing mental illnesses.
How Exercise Impacts Mental Illness
Mental health professionals often prescribe exercise as part of the treatment for specific mental illnesses.
Exercise can alleviate many of the symptoms of depression, such as fatigue, tension, anger, and reduced vigor.
For people with panic disorder, PTSD, and other anxiety-related conditions, exercise can be a proactive way to release pent-up tension and reduce feelings of fear and worry.
Exercise also decreases sensitivity to the body’s reaction to anxiety, as well as decreases the intensity and frequency of panic attacks in some cases.
Being physically active is a major step toward good heart health. It’s one
of your most effective tools for strengthening the heart muscle, keeping
your weight under control and warding off the artery damage from high
cholesterol, high blood sugar and high blood pressure that can lead to
heart attack or stroke.
It’s also true that different types of exercise are needed to provide complete fitness. “Aerobic exercise and resistance training are the most important for heart health,” says Johns Hopkins exercise physiologist Kerry J. Stewart, Ed.D. “Although flexibility doesn’t contribute directly to heart health, it’s nevertheless important because it provides a good foundation for performing aerobic and strength exercises more effectively.”
Here’s how different types of exercise benefit you.
What it does: Aerobic exercise improves circulation, which results in lowered blood pressure and heart rate, Stewart says. In addition, it increases your overall aerobic fitness, as measured
What is a dental bridge?
If you have missing teeth, your dentist can close — or bridge — the gaps in your smile with dental bridges. A dental bridge is a false tooth (called a pontic) that is held in place by the abutment teeth on either side of the gap. Although pontics can be made from a variety of materials such as gold, typically they’re made from porcelain to aesthetically blend in with your natural teeth.
There are four main types of dental bridges:
Traditional dental bridge
A traditional dental bridge consists of a false tooth or teeth being held in place by dental crowns that have been cemented onto each of the abutment teeth. A traditional bridge is the most popular type of dental bridge and can be used when you have natural teeth on both sides of the gap created by your missing