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Our wet winter could be bad news for pollen allergies

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| Spring is almost here. It looks like a good one for flowers and, unfortunately, for hay fever.

Families wary of enrolling undocumented kids in Medi-Cal

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Many fear deportation by the Trump administration. An L.A. agency that has enrolled thousands is telling parents to keep their kids in the program.

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Change in Exide cleanup testing could de-prioritize some homes

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Regulators have changed how they assess which homes around the closed battery recycler need lead removed - a move that could leave many off of a priority cleanup list.

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What you need to know about the proposed changes to Medicaid

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The Republicans' health care bill would change how the federal government pays for the Medicaid program in at least two significant ways.

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An 'explosion' of newborns with syphilis in Central Valley

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The region has seen an unprecedented spike over the past few years. It’s part of an overall rise in syphilis and other STD's across California and the nation.

For 3rd time, Paramount firm's chromium 6 operations halted

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The AQMD ordered Aerocraft Heat Treating Co. to suspend operations that emit the carcinogen because its emissions exceeded an agreed upon threshold.

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California fires contractor blamed for troubles in AIDS program

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The public health department acts following a report that low-income patients in the AIDS Drug-Assistance Program couldn't get needed drugs or timely care.

Pediatricians' group: Talk to youth about pot's dangers

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With California and other states legalizing recreational pot, the American Academy of Pediatrics says education about its potential for harm is even more important.

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