Boy With Double Hand Transplant's Next Goal: Play FootballZion Harvey is the youngest person in the U.S. to undergo a double-hand transplant.
West Nile Virus Detected In 6 SoCal AreasThe virus was found in La Habra Heights, Lincoln Heights, Newhall, Tarzana and Willowbrook, vector-control officials say.
Raw Cookie Dough: Don't Eat ItIt's tempting to take a bite of dough before cookies go in the oven, or let your kids lick the bowl. But the USDA warns against it.
Report: Fewer Parks Lead to Worse Health In L.A. CountyL.A. County residents with limited park space may be more prone to health problems including heart disease, strokes and diabetes, according to county health officials.
CDC: 1st U.S. Case Of Superbug Resistant To Last-Resort AntibioticDoctors fear if the resistance spreads to other bacteria, America may soon see supergerms impervious to all antibiotics.
Technology Allows Doctors To Make Online House Calls Dr. Manuel Momjian sees some of his patients on his computer screen, not in the exam rooms.
Pasadena Yoga Studio Helps Cancer Patients HealEvery Wednesday at the Yoga House in Pasadena, something special happens - friendships are made; bodies are healed and minds put to rest.
UCLA Study: BMI Not Accurate Way To Measure HealthResearchers said 54 million Americans considered unhealthy by their BMI actually are.
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Celebrities Join Movement To Raise Awareness Of Symptoms Of Type 1 DiabetesA campaign aimed at raising awareness of diabetes has gained traction online with many, including celebrities, participating.
Sleep Week: Ask An Expert Your Sleep QuestionsAll this week, CBS2 reporter Lisa Sigell will go over the A-to-Zzz's of sleep.
Breast Cancer Patient's Pink Nose Turns Adversity Into InspirationJuliana Figueiredo turned her battle against breast cancer into an inspiration for others. She started Pink Nose Way, a campaign to raise awareness and bring people joy.