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  • Panel explores stigmas that come with seeking psychological help in Armenian community

    Some Armenian Americans can be reluctant to seek psychological help, but an event slated for Saturday featuring a panel of experts and doctors will try to dispel some of the stigmas and myths sometimes associated with seeking assistance during a time of need.
  • Intersections: Does filling a cannabis prescription feel normal?

    Intersections: Does filling a cannabis prescription feel normal?
    A few weeks ago, I mentioned to a friend I was working on a story about medical marijuana usage among seniors and the challenges they face using it in assisted living facilities for real, debilitating ailments. In turn, she mentioned to me that she...

    New nurses look to future

    New nurses look to future
    Graduates of Glendale Community College’s nursing program were looking forward to bright futures in the high-demand career field during a traditional “pinning” ceremony on Saturday at the Lanterman Auditorium in La CaƱada Flintridge....

    GCC celebrates its Class of 2013

    GCC celebrates its Class of 2013
    Glendale Community College celebrated the academic success of the members of its 2013 class Wednesday evening. In addressing his fellow graduates, Cameron McGee thanked his grandmother for encouraging him to attend the Glendale campus and thus to become...

    Ahead of federal healthcare overhaul, local hospitals look to primary care

    Ahead of federal healthcare overhaul, local hospitals look to primary care
    As the new year begins, local healthcare providers are preparing for a potential flood of patients who previously didn’t have access to insurance, but who will now be covered as the federal Affordable Care Act takes effect. More primary care...