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Santa Ana Approves New Plan To Battle HomelessnessEarlier this month, the city council declared the homeless issue around the Santa Ana Civic Center a public health and safety crisis.
Hepatitis A Outbreak Reaches LA, 2 Cases ConfirmedThe liver disease outbreak has killed at least 16 people in San Diego County.
$200M Gift Will Fund Integrative Health Sciences College At UCIA $200 million gift will fund a first-of-its kind College of Health Sciences focused on interdisciplinary integrative health at UC Irvine.
Health Officials Warn Of Possible Hepatitis A Exposure By Street Vendor In LancasterThe vendor was working at the corner of West Avenue L and 20th Street West between Aug. 15-22.
LA County Sees First West Nile Death Of 2017Of the 87 human cases of West Nile virus reported across California this year, 39 were in Los Angeles County.
Heat Wave To Peak Monday, But Triple-Digit Temps Here To StayTriple-digit temperatures, an elevated wildfire risk and threats to public health will linger all week starting Monday as a dangerous heat wave sweeps through Southern California.
Popular Fairfax Deli Gets ‘C’ Grade From Health InspectorsCanter’s Deli was closed for three days following the inspection.
Los Angeles Jury Orders Johnson & Johnson To Pay $417M To Woman Who Blames Talc Powder For Her CancerEva Echeverria, 63, of Los Angeles, claimed the company failed to warn consumers about cancer risks.
‘Marked Increase’ In West Nile Virus Activity In San Fernando ValleyOf the 22 confirmed cases in L.A. County so far this year, 10 were in the San Fernando Valley.
Planetary Scientist Gives Solar Eclipse Safety Advice"The only way to look safely at the sun during a partial solar eclipse is to have proper solar filters," says Margot.

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