Beginning February 10th, the public will once again be able to work out at many top studios and gyms in the Beach Cities (without having to sweat the cost!) thanks to BCHD’s annual “Free Fitness Weekends” initiative. The kick-off is slated for...

By Kelcie Pegher, The Beach Reporter

The healthy and mighty on Aviation Boulevard have a new place to fill up their water bottles, thanks to the 2015 class of Leadership Redondo.

The...

Recent data shows 40 percent of 11th graders in the Beach Cities report current drug and/or alcohol use

A higher-than-average rate of drug and alcohol use among teens in the Beach Cities has been a lingering health...

Learn healthy tips and strategies to help guard against the seasonal flu – which generally peaks during the winter months

Flu season is beginning to peak in California, and early surveillance...

By Ryan McDonald, Easy Reader News

A beautiful  afternoon provided almost as good a backdrop as the paintings and photos that dotted South Park Saturday, as art fans young and old poured in for a fundraiser to support the Community Garden....

By Kelcie Pegher, The Beach Reporter

A snapshot of the beach cities shows the area is healthier than when Beach Cities Health District began its wellness index five years ago.

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Patricia Hernandez, a senior at Redondo Union High School, has been volunteering with Beach Cities Health District’s AdventurePlex for more than a year now - assisting kids, families, volunteers and staff. As a new resident of Redondo Beach, Patricia...

by David Mendez

Last month, at the Beach Cities Health District’s volunteer gardening day, CEO Susan Burden got back to what she does best: getting her hands dirty.

Clad in a bright blue shirt, sunglasses, calf-length...

by Kelcie Pegher, The Beach Reporter

The Beach Cities Health District is working on its latest campaign: making Prospect Avenue safer in Redondo Beach.

Between 2013 and 2015, there...

by Megan Barnes, The Beach Reporter

It’s no secret that teens in affluent communities turn to alcohol and drugs to cope with high academic pressures—but wellness experts want parents in the beach cities to stop treating it that way.

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