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Loma Linda Researchers: Eating 1 to 2 Meals Per Day Can Encourage Weight LossThe study found that emphasizing breakfast over lunch and dinner was linked to a decrease in body mass index.
Official: Vernon Lead Cleanup Plan Slow, IneffectiveThe cleanup plan will leave thousands of residents exposed to dangerous lead levels, an L.A. County supervisor said.
USC Study: Coffee Drinkers Live LongerPeople who drink one cup a day have a 12 percent lower risk of death from heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, respiratory and kidney disease, the study found.
Sweltering Heat Descends on LATemperatures will reach triple-digit territory in several areas through Saturday.
Bill Proposes Safe Houses For Illegal Drug UsersSafe houses where illegal drug users can access sterile supplies and be under the supervision of a doctor are a step closer to reality in California.
Officials Worry About Spread Of Meningitis On Pride WeekendThe Department of Public Health believes only about a third of the community has been vaccinated.
Medical Experts Suggest Intubation Procedures Could Help More ChildrenA decision was made in the late 1990s not to allow L.A. County paramedics to use tubes on kids after county officials conducted a landmark and controversial study.
LA County Health Plan That Administers Medi-Cal, Obamacare Spending On PerksA CBS2 news investigation found while a quadriplegic goes hungry, L.A. Care takes good care feeding their own employees.
Eating Full-Fat Cheese Won't Raise Chance Of Heart Attack, Study FindsA long term study found that consuming dairy products does not raise the risk of a stroke or heart attack.
Pancreatic Cancer Survivors Skydive In Perris To Mark Milestones, Raise AwarenessThe ladies also wanted to spread awareness of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, based in Manhattan Beach.
First-Of-Its-Kind Cancer Treatment Developed By Santa Monica Company Helps Save LivesThe treatment is called CAR-T cell therapy, which uses a patient's own cells to fight cancer.
UC Irvine Medical Center Defends Its Handling Of MRSA Outbreak Infecting 10 InfantsThe hospital and health department are accused of not informing the public back in August.

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