Monthly Archives: April 2021

Climate change is an urgent public health issue. According to a recent survey from Blue Shield of California, a CarbonNeutral® certified company, more than eight out of 10 (83%) of Gen Z youth are concerned about the health of the planet. A majority of respondents also say their environment affects both their physical health (69%) and […]

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One Year Later – Stronger and Sweeter than Ever! Jackie’s Jams is dedicated to bringing all natural, locally sourced, handcrafted jam and jellies to your home, kitchen and bar. The team takes great pride in blending small-batch jam from natural ingredients you can pronounce – mostly fruit, a little cane sugar, a bit of pectin […]

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It is Alaskan Halibut Season! The Fish Market defines the start of spring as the day the first wild Alaskan Halibut catch of the year arrives. Halibut is always a fan favorite: its firm texture is great for grilling, while it’s mild and sweet flavor profile make it easy for even the most novice seafood diner […]

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The Kim Center for Social Balance is dedicated to accelerating the achievement of equal status for all genders, races, and ethnicities in the workplace. Their LEAPS initiative is one of the most aggressive efforts to create rapid and demonstrable change throughout the country. LEAPS tools include an academically researched Assessment, data-driven Playbook, and a nationally […]

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Cymbiotika is an innovative wellness brand based in San Diego. With the motto, “Your mind and body deserve the best”, Cymbiotika is driven by the higher purpose of inspiring everyday people to achieve their optimal health. Founded in 2017, Cymbiotika uses the most advanced bioavailable absorption technology and sources only the highest quality plant-based nutrients […]

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During an announcement by President Biden on Wednesday that he had met his goal of 200 million coronavirus vaccinations in his first 100 days in office, the President also called on all employers to provide paid time off for employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. To help offset the cost, the President announced a new […]

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Following calls for more clear guidance from employers, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has said it will be providing an update in the near future. Currently, most employers trying to navigate the employee vaccine situation and how it impacts return to work have done so with frustratingly little details. As a result, they’re asking the […]

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Elections for governor, as well as for local offices across Baja, will take place in June. MORENA (President Lopez Obrador’s political party) announced its candidates for municipal elections in Baja: Montserrat Caballero for the City of Tijuana; Norma Bustamante for the City of Mexicali; Dario Benitez for the City of Tecate; and Armando Ayala and […]

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  A troubling trend is emerging with regard to unemployment numbers in California. While employment rates numbers over the past few months appear to be improving, it is only partially due to more Californians returning to work. In actuality, it has to do with a concerning portion of the workforce simply leaving entirely, meaning that […]

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