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Mountain View health guru thinks outside the box


Photo by Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Cub Snacks founder Andy Kavanagh is on a mission to mail nutritious snacks to families in the Bay Area and beyond through Cub Snacks, his new subscription-based company.

Meet Andy Kavanagh: a health food and fitness enthusiast who claims to spend way too much time reading nutrition labels and worrying about ingredients.

“My passion has always been trying to get people to eat healthier,” said the Mountain View resident. “The best way to start that is with kids.”


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New ECH study supports patients enduring pancreatic cancer chemo


Image Courtesy of RenovoRx
El Camino Hospital is conducting a dose-escalation safety study using RenovoRx’s Los Altos-manufactured catheter, RenovoCath.

El Camino Hospital in Mountain View enrolled its first patient earlier this month in a new safety study of a catheter that delivers targeted chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer.

RenovoCath – manufactured in Los Altos by RenovoRx – brings fluids to targeted sites in the peripheral vascular system. The dose-escalation safety study evaluates the delivery of the anticancer drug Gemcitabine, directly infused into the arteries that supply blood flow to the area of the pancreatic tumor. The therapy is being tested in patients with cancer that cannot be surgically removed from the pancreas.

From the Italian coast to your California table


217;s kid-tested, family-approved 30-minute Italian Tomato and Basil Roasted Fish recipe invites the savory flavors of the Mediterranean to spice up West Coast fare.Courtesy of Andy Kavanagh

For parents and kids, cooking is the perfect family experience – and one of the most important health skills a child can develop.


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