Featured Health Reports
Mammography is still considered the gold standard when it comes to detecting breast cancer.
If you think you have tried everything to lose weight, think again.
An 8-year-old San Dimas girl who grew up with a rare disorder that made her unable to smile was finally given the ability to show off her grin, thanks to a local doctor.
Technology used to defend our country to spot and target deadly missiles has now been adapted to spot a deadly target on our skin.
Flu cases are on the rise across the country. CBS2′s Lisa Sigell explains the signs of the flu virus compared to the average cold.
He’s only 6, but Dylan Siegel recently wrote a book to help raise money for his friend and classmate Jonah who is battling a rare liver condition called Glycogen Storage disease.
Divine Design — a five-day extravaganza — was established 21 years ago as a charity fundraiser to help Project Angel Food.
Ever had food poisoning? Trust us, it’s not pretty.
Women everywhere are talking about the newest beauty obsession. “BB cream” stands for blemish balm or beauty balm, a product that really took off in Asia when Korean celebrities said it’s what made their flawless skin so flawless.
Memory failure. Loss of focus. An inability to concentrate.
They may have to change that phrase about ducks taking to water.
The Affordable Care Act Wednesday required insurance companies to offer millions of women eight new healthcare prevention services at no cost.
Wearing those summer flip flops and sandals can sometimes cause more harm than good. Find out what four tips a podiatrist suggest to keep your injury free.
Using the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) to screen for prostate cancer has remained controversial among some patients. Now a new study says more men could possibly develop advanced cases of cancer if doctors did away with the blood test.
Overwhelmed by the tragedy in Colorado? Having trouble generally coping?