Lori Corbin, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Lori Corbin

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Food Finder 211 LA: New interactive online map helps feed those in need

211 LA County partnered with Slingshot Aerospace to come up with Food Finder 211 LA, a detailed interactive online map that shows those in need where they can find food resources in the region. → Read More

Stanford students create Farmlink project, a nonprofit that connects farms and food banks

A group of Stanford students created the nonprofit Farmlink, a program that helps farmers connect with food banks, preventing waste and feeding the hungry. → Read More

This immunity boosting soup recipe can help your body fight off illnesses

Over 15 years ago celebrity chef Akasha Richmond created a "healing greens puree" for her finicky teenage daughter. The recipe offers nutrients that stoke the immune system with necessary ingredients. → Read More

Coronavirus crisis: Tele-physical therapy offers hope to some who want to postpone or avoid surgery

Operations on hips, knees, and other joints is considered "elective" and therefore postponed until stay-at-home orders are lifted, so some are turning to tele-physical therapy to ease pain and possibly prevent surgery. → Read More

Use by? Best by? As consumers overstock fridges, here are tips about food expiration dates

As we all buy extra food to stay at home, here are some tips about how "best by," "use by" and "sell by" dates work and how long food can really last. → Read More

Just like humans, dogs have a gym of their own in Thousand Oaks

A dog gym called the Zoom Room is a spot for all kinds of canines to learn agility, fun and obedience. → Read More

Going alcohol free the first of the year is trending as 'Dry January'

A growing number of millennials, Generation Xers and more are skipping the sauce or going alcohol free with a theme known as "Dry January," with some deciding to stay sober for the long term. → Read More

Biohacking: How to use technology to manipulate your body, improve health

Biohacking machines can help improve your health by optimizing muscle performance, increasing blood flow and reducing pain. → Read More

Thanksgiving leftovers: Creative recipes to turn them into whole new dishes

Thanksgiving leftovers don't have to just sit in the fridge as-is - they can be re-purposed into whole new dishes. → Read More

Chatsworth gym for special needs kids, teens helps families learn fitness, coping skills

A behavioral therapist and fitness expert created Special Fit, a gym designed to help kids with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and more learn fitness and coping skills for everyday life. → Read More

Pizza can be healthy and delicious if you follow these tips

The words "healthy" and "pizza" don't often go together, but as the popularity of Neapolitan or thin-crust style has shot up, you'll find more and more deliciously healthy options. → Read More

3-minute workouts throughout the day help fight health challenges of sedentary lifestyle, studies say

Several studies indicate doing three-minute workouts throughout the day can fight weight gain, high blood pressure, diabetes and other diseases developed with a sedentary lifestyle. → Read More

CBD safety: What experts want you to know before trying CBD products

CBD products are found just about everywhere. While the FDA is in the process of putting regulations in place, products with CBD are flooding the market -- and buyers assume they are safe. See what experts want you to know before you try CBD products. → Read More

Melt away joint pain with technique to roll out stress in fascia tissue

From too much activity to not enough, people who are experiencing joint pain can turn to the MELT Method for relief. → Read More

Cedars-Sinai program helps patients walk their way to surgical recovery

Cedars-Sinai is hanging museum-quality art on the walls and employing Fitbits to encourage patients to walk around the hospital as they recover from surgery. → Read More

Ranch owner urges public to consider Agoura for horseback riding to help small business owners after Woolsey Fire

With many Malibu trails closed, some who lead horseback rides in the mountains have lost their clients and income, so they are urging the public to take a ride in Agoura Hills. → Read More

'Food is Medicine' pilot program tests meal delivery service to help those with congestive heart failure

L.A. Care Health Plan has teamed up with Project Angel Food to deliver properly portioned and specifically nutrient-based meals for those with congestive heart failure in hopes to reduce hospital visits and readmissions to the hospital. → Read More

Herbalist offers a line of tonics to help overall health

William Siff of Goldthread makes tonics out of herbs, spices, and adaptogens as a way to help health issues such as digestion, anxiety, sleep and more. → Read More

Athletic shoe shop in Santa Monica uses 3D scanners, heat-molding technology to find perfect fit

Using 3D scanners, slow motion treadmill running and heat-molded inserts, this shoe store helps customers get the athletic shoe fit they are looking for. → Read More

Trendy bone broth now in all kinds of foods like coffee, even waffles

Centuries-old bone broth is making a comeback, with food manufacturers putting it in foods like coffee, soups, smoothies and even waffles to help consumers get more collagen and protein in their day. → Read More