The largest grant recipient is Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, which will get $1.5 million.
Experts say it might be best to wait until the doctor search glitch is fixed before enrolling in a health plan through Covered California.
Is your Medicare plan working for you? Open enrollment allows you to make changes that may better suit your needs and your pocketbook.
Researchers looked at 50 parks across Los Angeles. Two-thirds of the parks received outreach training and $4,000 apiece to improve their marketing.
Asian Americans tend to use mental health services less than the general population. Some reports put the number at half.
Health care workers in Los Angeles County ordered to get vaccinated for flu shots to help protect patients.
"League of Denial" examined the effects of concussions on the brains of football players from high school to the NFL. How are fans reacting?
Now that enrollment has opened for coverage under the Affordable Care Act, one of the biggest questions people have is, what's the deadline?
Gov. Brown has signed legislation allowing nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives and physician assistants to perform aspiration abortions during the first trimester of pregnancy.
The Agriculture Department is threatening to shut down three California poultry processing facilities linked to a salmonella outbreak that has sickened 278 people.
The federal government is considering whether to allow scientists to make changes in some of the genetic material in a woman's egg.
Despite stories suggesting otherwise, USDA says its work on the outbreak hasn't been hampered by the federal government shutdown.
Covered California reports nearly 1 million unique web visits, 16,000 completed household applications, and 28,000 determined eligible for health insurance.
The state-run health insurance marketplace says consumers can now make sure their doctor is participating in plans being sold through the network.
For decades, public health officials have tried to stop doctors from overprescribing. A new study says antibiotics are still being prescribed when they don't help.
Covered California's health insurance exchange opened for business on Tuesday, and chief Peter Lee defends the agency's performance amid widespread criticism and scrutiny.