The business of compound cream is lucrative but has raised concerns about safety and is also part of a large workers comp fraud case. Southern California Public Radio’s investigative producer Karen Foshay talks more about her findings.
A growing number of California parents are choosing not to vaccinate their children, fearing what they believe are dangerous side effects. Public health experts believe the movement is in part responsible for the reemergence of diseases like measles and whooping cough.
A small study at UC Davis showed that children who receive earlier treatment for preliminary signs of autism spectrum disorder later showed signs of little to no developmental delays. Dr. Sally Rogers explains the study.
By the 1920s, Levis original 501s had become the top-selling men's workpants and soon became an American fashion staple. But sales of jeans are on the decline, thanks in part to a new trend known as "athleisure."
Nevada lured away a new Tesla battery plant from California by offering $1.25 billion in tax breaks. Paying for it requires a lot cutbacks, one of which slices into the state's relatively new film tax credit program.