Category: Oak Hills

Oak Hills is an unincorporated community in the high desert of San Bernardino County, located west of U.S. Route 395.

Trapped in the Car Smoke

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, I’m Ira Dreyfuss with HHS HealthBeat. A study finds a rider in a car with a smoker gets cancer-causing chemicals by breathing second-hand smoke. At the…

Sit Down, Raise Weight

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, I’m Ira Dreyfuss with HHS HealthBeat. A study indicates weight is up among women who work sitting down. At Washington University in St. Louis, researchers saw…

Be Aware of Scams

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department would like to remind citizens of the increasing frequency of telephone scams occurring throughout our county and others. One of the recent scams involves a person impersonating an official…

Autism Scams

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By Staff Reports From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, I’m Ira Dreyfuss with HHS HealthBeat. Autism spectrum disorder affects 1 in 68 children in the United States. Parents naturally want their children to get the best treatment.…

Storm Alert and Update for San Bernardino County

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From Supervisor Robert Lovingood (Victor Valley)– As this current storm system passes through, I wanted to assure you that we are closely monitoring conditions across San Bernardino County. The County Office of Emergency Services (OES) and Department of Public Works…

Hurt Through Drinking

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, I’m Ira Dreyfuss with HHS HealthBeat. An 18-country study of alcohol use finds the risk for injury is higher for women who drink heavily than for…

Caltrans Prepares for Massive Winter Storm

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By Staff Reports (Victor Valley) – Caltrans is preparing for one of the strongest storms Californians have seen in years with more than 1,500 pieces of storm-related equipment and over 3,000 maintenance employees ready for this week’s major weather shift…