Living Better San Diego

Movember is About More Than Just Mustaches!

Steve West and Chad Little Talk About Prostate Cancer and the Alt 949 Silent Auction.
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Author Gayle Romasanta and The Life of Filipino-American Larry Itliong

An Interview with the author of "Journey For Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong" a Filipino children's book.
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You can help animals, and win Miranda Lambert tickets!

Make a difference for pet families in need, and you could win a pair of tickets to Miranda Lambert's Feb. 21 concert at Viejas Arena! Country music superstar and proud “dog mom” Miranda Lambert is shining a spotlight on animals during her upcoming Wildcard tour. Not only is she asking fans to Fill...
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In this episode of Living Better in San Diego, author Gayle Romasanta talks about her book, "Journey for Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong." This extraordinary children's book details the life of an important but overlooked figure in Filipino-American history, his influence on America's labor...
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Surveys Show Food Insecurity Among Community College Students at 50 Percent

Cynthia Rice's office overlooks the Food Pantry on Mira Costa College campus. It's a well-trod path. Last year there were more than 23,000 visits from students suffering from food insecurity, an issue that affects 50% of community college students. This year, local community colleges have teamed...
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Cynthia Rice's office overlooks the Food Pantry on Mira Costa College campus. It's a well-trod path. Last year there were more than 23,000 visits from students suffering from food insecurity, an issue that affects 50% of community college students. This year, local community colleges have teamed...
00:29:25
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Toxic Relationships: Recognizing and Moving Past Domestic Violence

Toxic relationships can creep up by degrees, like a pot coming slowly to boil. Some people living in challenging or violent situations become desensitized to what could be a potentially lethal situation. On this episode of Living Better in San Diego, we talk to Center for Community Solutions CEO...
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Living Better in San Diego: Susan G. Komen on Breast Cancer Treatment, Prevention and ACTION

Lizzie Wittig participated in her first Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure in 1995 in support of her mom's friend who was diagnosed with breast cancer. Eight years later Wittig's mother was diagnosed and given less than a year to live. Through a clinical trial funded by Susan G. Komen research,...
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