The short videos by six local artists offer their takes on obesity, mental health, lead, and more.They will air on Metro buses through March.
The portal was taken down Wednesday afternoon after intermittent errors cropped up on the enrollment pages, ending user sessions during the application process.
Online ratings are becoming part of how many Americans shop for a physician, according to a study in the latest issue of JAMA.
Covered California officials say 28 percent of those who signed up in January were Latino; the percentage was under 20 percent for the previous three months.
Only one third of teenage girls have gotten the recommended three shots of HPV vaccine to protect against cervical cancer. Doctors are trying to figure out what will get them in the door.
Electronic cigarettes are often billed as safe and helpful for adult smokers trying to kick their habit. But the CDC says 1 in 5 young teens who try an e-cigarette have never smoked tobacco.
Pharmacists are increasingly working with doctors to assess patients, spot medication errors and even write prescriptions.
Scientists have apparently been wrong about where new flu viruses come from, and they've underestimated the viruses' connection to horses.
With a looming deadline to get signed up for health insurance, officials host a number of enrollment events to encourage more participation in Covered California
State Senator Ricardo Lara says he still does not know how his bill would be funded, or how much it would cost taxpayers.
Flu deaths rose in California again for the week ending Feb. 7, but health experts are increasingly confident that the epidemic peaked about a month ago.
There's a treatment for insomnia that's safe, effective and pill-free. The Veterans Administration is embracing it to help returning soldiers with PTSD.
A California bill that would require warning labels on sodas and other sugary drinks was announced Thursday. If passed, California would become the first state to require warning labels on sugary drinks.
The world is at greater risk than ever from pandemics and biological weapons, health officials said Thursday.
Young people are usually less likely to become seriously ill with flu, but this season looks like an exception to that rule. Blame the H1N1 strain.
Health experts are asking whether kids need more pertussis shots, to combat a jump in recent years of cases involving 5 to 14-year-olds in L.A. County.