overed California hopes to get 500,000 additional California residents enrolled.
A local woman is creating new beauty products using old ingredients influenced by her heritage.
Voters in Oregon, Alaska and Washington, D.C., approved the legalization of marijuana at the polls Tuesday and now supporters say California could be next.
This Friday, CBS will air the annual star-studded telethon Stand Up To Cancer, which has raised millions for cancer research.
As CVS sharpens its focus on customer health, the nation’s second-largest drugstore chain will tweak its corporate name and stop the sale of tobacco nearly a month sooner than planned.
A 10-year-old girl once held captive by excruciating headaches caused by sickle cell anemia has a new life that’s healthy and active thanks to a bone marrow transplant from her little sister.
Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease, Kidney Disease, Alzheimer’s and even some Cancers, may soon receive a tremendous enhancement after local scientists have discovered a way to make organs transparent.
The Centers for Disease Control have established a quarantine station at LAX to prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola virus from passengers coming off international flights.
A woman was spending her Saturday barbequing with friends, with a sudden grill-related hazard prompted a rush to the emergency room.
As concerns grow over brain injuries in teenagers and their relation to team sports, a landmark program aims to increase sport safety.
KCAL9’s Kristine Lazar spoke with Perrette, whose character, Abby Sciuto, is known for her raven locks. But the actress may soon be wearing a wig.
CBS2’s Lisa Sigell was there as two sisters on Tuesday rolled into surgery at UCLA Medical Center: one to save the life of a total stranger, the other to receive the gift of a new life through a program called a kidney chain.
What once seemed like science fiction is now a reality that is helping a wounded former U.S. Marine change his life.
Viral Hepatitis is a common blood borne infection that slowly destroys the liver. A person can’t live without their liver, yet few know if they are even infected with one of the viruses.
The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.
In cities across America, parents and children crawl through a playground of polyps and colon tissue in an effort to gain a better understanding of colorectal cancer.
Several well-known figures have been hit with colorectal cancer, some becoming survivors and others falling to the aggressive disease.