Well it’s August and that time of year again. The weather is hot, the skies are smoky and…that’s right, football is back in full swing. In case you missed it, in 2017 the Placer Hillmen won their league Championship for the sixth time, Won the Section Title and were runners-up for the state title! Led by my good friend Head Coach Joey Montoya, the Hillmen look to repeat again this year. Below is their schedule, you can also follow on Max Preps. Come on out and support the Hillmen! If you’re not from Auburn, I’m sure your local program would love to have your support.
If you’re a parent, be sure to bring your kids by Vista Complete Care in Auburn, CA and get their sports physicals in before the season starts. Just call and make an appointment today! We’re also here for any of those bumps, bruises, broken bones, etc.
It’s that time of year again. The sun is hot, the water is cold and the rashes are…well, spreading. That’s right. As much as we love our camping and outdoor activities here in Placer County, there’s an often unnoticed evil hiding among the vegetation. Often it is noticed too late, or not at all. Not until that unrelenting rash shows up that makes you want to scratch like a dog full of fleas. You guessed it, I’m talking about the dreaded poison oak, poison ivy or poison sumac. It’s called poison for a reason. Here we’ll help with prevention, identification and some home remedies in case it rears it’s ugly head.
If you’re like millions of Americans, chances are you’ve seen those numbers light up the blood pressure screen and thought “hmm…that’s higher than normal.” Many times this can be attributed to outside factors such as pain or the dreaded “white coat syndrome.” However, High blood pressure, also known as the “silent killer” has reared its head here in the US for many years now. There are goblets of medication taken daily to help correct it. But what if there was a better way than jumping straight to medication? Fortunately, there is!
The last thing anyone wants to do is take medication for the rest of their life. Read on to see what 5 simple changes you can make today that will have a direct impact on your blood pressure. Let’s avoid those pills if we can!