California consumer alert: 2,095 cases of potentially contaminated romaine lettuce are being voluntarily recalled across the United States and Canada.
A study on mice indicates that it's conceivable that a version of the Pill for males could be on the market within a few years.
The California AG's office is suing an L.A. County doctor for refusing to accept lower insurance company reimbursements, instead billing patients for the full amount.
Male birth control pill researchers say they've found a drug that's man enough to possibly mingle with medicine cabinets someday.
A working group in L.A.’s City Administrative Office has issued recommendations on how the city should enforce the mandatory use of condoms in adult films.
As the street price of powerful pain pills like Oxycontin has soared, many teens and young adults are turning to another narcotic to get a cheap high, heroin.
A Southland woman and a Bay-area man have become the most recent Californians to contract Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS).
Women who were screened didn't see an improvement in health or safety, according to researchers.
Sacramento lawmakers will get their first crack Thursday at a bill that would create a new health insurance program for low income Californians.
Community clinics think reporting patients' occupation to the government is a good idea, but want to make sure that data doesn't get into the wrong hands.
New data reported by the state Department of Public Health show an 18 percent rise in syphilis cases in 2011, leaving health officials concerned.
A psychiatrist's use of electroconvulsive therapy came as a huge surprise to a mother whose daughter was bipolar: "I honestly did not know people still did ECT."
A newly discovered disease that makes boa constrictors sick could help researchers figure out how some dangerous viruses in animals end up infecting people.
A new study shows repeat meditation exercises could measurably reduce gene inflammation and loneliness in the elderly.
A new effort under the Affordable Care Act wants to penalize hospitals with high readmission rates of Medicare beneficiaries.
Remembering Jamie Garcia, founder of Pomona Community Health Center and 2010 California Woman of the Year, who died of ovarian cancer at the age of 52 on July 27.