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Universal City Medical Wellness Group is located at
3535 Cahuenga Blvd. West
Los Angeles, CA 90068
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We're Glad you're here. Our goal is to provide the best health service you have ever had.
Whether your problem is a new injury or a chronic illness, we want to help you. You can expect us to use the most effective techniques in healing that can be found. Our orientation is to prefer natural approaches over drug or surgical methods. That way unnecessary side-effects and complications can be avoided.
We have an unusually broad range of health experience. You will probably be surprised at the wide range of patients we have served, and the different conditions that have been cured by our methods. The ages of our patients have spanned from 6 hours-old to 106 years-old. Some or all of our techniques will be new to you.
When we have our first consultation together, we'd like you to tell us what your chief health problem is. Because we view the relationships between differnt symptoms, we will prefer you to tell us about other health problems or illnesses as well. That way we can get to the bottom of things. You may be surprised by our thoroughness.
After consulting with you, if we believe we can help you, we will let you know. If not, we will let you know also.
We're looking forward to including you among our friends who have valued our contributions to their health.
The Doctors of U.C.M.W.G.
Canadian Health Minister Tony Clement announced yesterday that Canada would ban bisphenol, also known as BPA, in baby bottles as well as asking formula makers to reduce leaching from cans, the Globe and Mail reports today.
This represents a tough stand on bottles but a fairly soft one on other products which affect infants and young children - sippy cups, utensils, tableware, pacifiers, and teethers. It suggests there may be no ffirm requirements for eliminating BPA from formula containers or glass baby food jar lids.
From the Mail: