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Thanksgiving: Tips for pairing wines with your feast

Thanksgiving: Tips for pairing wines with your feast

SONOMA, abortion California, discount November 20, online 2016 – Thanksgiving is upon us, and along with the wonderful family and friends gathering that it is. We want to make sure we pair the perfect wines with our meal which can be tricky with the seemingly endless flavors and spices, and the wide range of palates […]

Local: Oxnard Revival Center Reaches Out to Help in Africa and the Caribbean

Local: Oxnard Revival Center Reaches Out to Help in Africa and the Caribbean

Oxnard Revival Center, a local church in Ventura County continues to make an impact and help families and individuals in need. This time, its outreach extends beyond surrounding communities and across the world in other Nations and cultures. In the month of July, ORC’s children’s Ministry Leaders,  Jeanette Dubon and Jacklyn Jimenez, went on a mission […]

Advil vs. Tylenol: Liver Damage Risks

Advil vs. Tylenol: Liver Damage Risks

Most things in life are about balance and moderation, malady and pain killers are no different. While Advil, online Motrin and Tylenol offer relief when you’ve tweaked your neck or hae a fever, taking too much of these medications can have serious health consequences, one of which is liver damage. But how much exactly is […]

Smoking Pot Could Make You Age Faster

Smoking Pot Could Make You Age Faster

As marijuana becomes increasingly accepted for its medical uses, dosage scientists have become more interested in its possible side effects. While most research focuses on the drug’s effect on our lungs or even brains, health a new study from The University of Western Australia has suggested that smoking marijuana may accelerate the aging process and […]

A Beer Every Day Could Keep The Doctor Away

A Beer Every Day Could Keep The Doctor Away

It turns out a beer a day might actually keep the doctor away. Drinking one serving, shop or a pint, buy of beer each day could reduce the risk of stroke or heart disease by enhancing levels of “good” cholesterol, cialis a study published Sunday found. Shue Huang, a Ph.D. candidate at Penn State University […]

HOA Repossessions for Back Homeowner Dues

HOA Repossessions for Back Homeowner Dues

By Naomi Fisher Hard to believe that your Home Owners Association (HOA) can repossess your home if you fall behind paying Association dues — even if you are only a few hundred dollars behind in payments. It’s happening in Ventura County., and it is legal by California law as well as in other states. There are […]

What’s In A Name? American Baby Names More Unique Than Ever

What’s In A Name? American Baby Names More Unique Than Ever

STEAM Register Editorial Team New research from San Diego State University finds that American parents are choosing more unique names for their children than they did a decade ago, vcialis 40mg suggesting that a societal shift toward individualism may be responsible for the uptick in uniqueness. “The results are bit surprising, as many speculated that […]

Oxnard School District Showcases New “State of the Art” School – Elm Elementary School

Oxnard School District Showcases New “State of the Art” School – Elm Elementary School

By Peter K. Godinez For those whose schedule did not permit them to attend this historic event, please watch this short “experienced filled” video….     The future looks bright for the present students attending Elm Elementary School. Today (November 4, 2016) the Oxnard School District, along with government/education leadership and community held a reception […]

November and December will See ‘Supermoons’

November and December will See ‘Supermoons’

Sky gazers have a special treat to look for later this month when a “supermoon” lights up the heavens. According to NASA, purchase the November 14th full moon will be the closest full moon of this year, and the closest to Earth since 1948. It won’t be as close again until November 25, 2034. Even […]

Anglers Anonymous Expands Fishing Trips for Veterans

Anglers Anonymous Expands Fishing Trips for Veterans

By Tim Pompey If you’re Brian Barber, president of Anglers Anonymous, what could be better than taking 30 military veterans fishing? How about taking 120 veterans fishing? That’s the difference between Angler’s previous trip in June and the trip they took last Friday, October 28 at Channel Islands Sportfishing at the Oxnard Harbor. Four times […]