“Since she was born, the doctors were telling us, she won’t live to be 10. She will never be a teenager,” says her mom Melissa Nordquist.
A 2-year-old girl from Panama, who underwent surgery at a local hospital in Los Angeles, is on the road to recovery.
The now-deadly enterovirus that caused paralysis-like symptoms in one Southern California child initially appears to mimic a bad cold and trigger hospitalization in children with breathing disorders such as asthma, a doctor said Monday.
“Where a bottle of 500 pills may have been $40 last year, that bottle is now $1,000,” says Pharmacist Ellis Merz.
With every swing and hit, Adrienne Slaughter is one step closer to her dream of returning to the tennis court to compete.
Glowing, beautiful skin is key to slowing the hands of time. But with skin changing over time dermatologists say it’s important to use the right products for your age.
A child from Long Beach was diagnosed with enterovirus this week, the respiratory virus that’s infected children in more than 40 states, the first confirmed case of the virus in Los Angeles County.
Though most of its victims are thousands of miles away, the Ebola virus is having a profound impact in Southern California. With plans by the Liberian government to open more than two dozen treatment centers within the next few months, locals like David Beyan are working tirelessly to gather supplies.
While the program is free you could say it is invaluable to the driver and the passenger.
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This Friday, CBS will air the annual star-studded telethon Stand Up To Cancer, which has raised millions for cancer research.
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.
As news spread on Thursday that actor Robin Williams was in the beginning stages of Parkinson’s when he committed suicide this week, one man is coming forward to share his struggle with the disease and what’s on the horizon to treat it.
The shortage happens every summer. People who normally donate go on vacation.
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.