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Newsmakers: COVID-19 update with Dr. James Rhee

Newsmakers: COVID-19 update with Dr. James Rhee

April 22, 2020

This is the second conversation with Dr. James W. Rhee, Medical Director of United Medical Doctors Urgent Care in Murrieta and Temecula about the latest updates surrounding COVID-19, the loosening of social distancing rules, treatments and some of the issues still facing the healthcare industry. 

If you would like to get an antibody test done, United Medical Doctors Urgent Care is offering them now, visit www.unitedmdurgentcare.com for more information. 

Newsmakers: Dr. James Rhee and the latest intel regarding COVID-19, loosening of social distancing rules, and more

Newsmakers: Dr. James Rhee and the latest intel regarding COVID-19, loosening of social distancing rules, and more

April 22, 2020

This is the second conversation with Dr. James W. Rhee, Medical Director of United Medical Doctors Urgent Care in Murrieta and Temecula about the latest updates surrounding COVID-19, the loosening of social distancing rules, treatments and some of the issues still facing the healthcare industry. 

If you would like to get an antibody test done, United Medical Doctors Urgent Care is offering them now, visit www.unitedmdurgentcare.com for more information. 

Newsmakers: Talking COVID-19 Dr. James Rhee of United Medical Doctors

Newsmakers: Talking COVID-19 Dr. James Rhee of United Medical Doctors

April 14, 2020

We talked on the phone with Dr. James W. Rhee, MD, FACMT, FACEP, FAAEM and Medical Director of United Medical Doctors Urgent Care in Murrieta and Temecula about COVID-19, how United Medical Doctors will begin doing COVID-19 Antibody Testing at their facility in Murrieta, and he explained some of the discussion around antibody testing in general. 

Below is information shared by United Medical Doctors Urgent Care

The COVID-19 Antibody Test is a blood test that identifies the IgM and IgG antibodies that are specific for COVID-19. We expect that it will only require blood from a fingerstick (i.e., similar to the test for diabetic patients to test their blood sugar levels). These antibodies are produced by the body in response to infection and can start to appear soon after infection. 

The IgM antibody is produced during the acute phase of antibody production. The IgG antibody develops in the body soon after infection as well, but typically lasts in the body for a much longer period of time. The presence of IgM and/or IgG would indicate that the body was exposed to the virus and the body has responded with the production of these antibodies. The detection of IgG can potentially mean that the body has developed immunity against further infections by the same virus.

If you would like to get the antibody test done, visit www.unitedmdurgentcare.com for more information. 
 

Valley Newsmakers: Nada Higuera / Advocates For Faith & Freedom

Valley Newsmakers: Nada Higuera / Advocates For Faith & Freedom

January 29, 2020

Village and Valley News publisher Julie Reeder sat down with Nada Higuera of Tyler & Bursch, LLP, and Advocates For Faith & Freedom for a discussion about sex education curriculums being taught in schools and parent rights. 
According to the Advocates For Faith & Freedom website, "The California Healthy Youth Act (AB 329) is designed to radically sexualize California's children and steer them away from their parents and families, beginning as early as Kindergarten! Public school officials are not being transparent with inquiring teachers, parents, church leaders, or the public about the scope and graphic nature of instructional materials."

 

Village/Valley Newsmakers: Darrell Issa

Village/Valley Newsmakers: Darrell Issa

January 28, 2020

Darrell Issa sat down with Village News and Valley News publisher Julie Reeder for an interview about his campaign. Issa served coastal San Diego and Orange counties for almost two decades in the U.S. House of Representatives, first in California’s 48th Congressional District, then in the 49th after redistricting. Issa, a Republican, did not seek reelection in 2018, and his former district flipped to Democrat Mike Levin that year. But with Rep. Duncan Hunter’s conviction of a federal corruption charge and resignation from the House of Representatives, Issa has chosen to run in Hunter’s 50th Congressional District, which includes parts of east and north San Diego County as well as most of the city of Temecula.

Read at myvalleynews.com: https://www.myvalleynews.com/darrell-issa-sits-down-with-valley-news/

Read at villagenews.com: https://www.villagenews.com/story/2020/01/16/news/issa-sits-down-with-village-news/59114.html

Valley Newsmakers: Emily Falappino / Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce

Valley Newsmakers: Emily Falappino / Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce

January 23, 2020

Newly seated Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Emly Falappino talked with us about filling the shoes of longtime CEO Alice Sullivan, the future of business in Temecula and more. 

“I have an opportunity to step in and be an influence and a help and a support and just reach so many people and businesses beyond myself – and that really matters,” Falappino said. “I was so grateful to be given that opportunity by the chamber. And I’m so happy to be in this role and capacity. And that is my why behind it, because I just love who Temecula is as a community of people. And I think that we still have so much potential and opportunity before us, but we’ve been raised up as such a special community with great leadership. And I think it’s really important that we continue to safeguard our leadership and our values.”

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Eat/Drink Podcast: Somerset Vineyard & Winery

Eat/Drink Podcast: Somerset Vineyard & Winery

April 23, 2019

When Kurt and John Tiedt were growing up in Placentia on Somerset Drive, the neighborhood friends they made were special - and the friends they made back then carried throughout their life. With many of those original neighborhood kids, the Tiedts recently opened the doors on Somerset Vineyard & Winery, resurrecting the old Keyways Winery in De Portola Road.

To schedule a tour or for more information, visit http://www.somersetvineyard.com or call (951) 365-5522.

Valley Newsmakers: Gillian Larson of Reality Rally

Valley Newsmakers: Gillian Larson of Reality Rally

April 23, 2019

Gillian Larson founded Reality Rally after she was kicked off CBS's "Survivor: Gabon" and didn't think she was done playing the game. Reality Rally, on May 2-4 in Temecula, is a "Fun for Funds" three-day fun event filled weekend with dozens of reality stars participating to raise funds for Michelle's Place Cancer Resource Center.

To form a team and get in on the action, or just attend one of their reality star-studded events, visit www.realityrally.com

NEWSMAKERS: Neil Trent and Monique Middleton of Animal Friends of the Valleys

NEWSMAKERS: Neil Trent and Monique Middleton of Animal Friends of the Valleys

April 2, 2019

Animal Friends of the Valleys Executive Director Neil Trent has been making the rounds lately, visiting local city councils in hopes of persuading the cities to adopt an ordinance that will make spaying, neutering, and microchipping cats, dogs and rabbits mandatory.
Trent and Chief Animal Control Officer Monique Middleton are hoping the remainder of the cities they work with on contract — Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar and Lake Elsinore — will follow the lead of Menifee, which already has the ordinance in place.
“The numbers aren't going down,” Trent said. “There's still a lot of backyard breeders out there that are breeding indiscriminately and our animal control department regularly goes to properties that have excessive numbers of animals and they're just all breeding amongst themselves. And the result is the animals end up in a night drop, abandoned, unwanted, sometimes are in very poor health.”

EAT/DRINK PODCAST: Chapin Family Vineyards

EAT/DRINK PODCAST: Chapin Family Vineyards

January 23, 2019

The social aspect of owning a winery in Temecula Wine Country is what inspired Steve Chapin. But if he's being honest, if he hadn't opened Chapin Family Vineyards, the former microbiologist might be holed up in his house with his head inside a book.

The cultural and social aspects of winemaking, wine production and owning a winery is a main focus of his winery today, the furthest facility northeast on Rancho California Road.

"If you go to a country and experienced their wines, experience their food, talk to the people, you really do understand their culture much more than say, reading about it or looking at the architecture and the history," Chapin said. "If you experience all those things, you really do experience the culture of the place you're visiting."

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