As the death toll rises following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal, local authorities and volunteers continue to offer support Tuesday.
A sanitizer created in a local laboratory could play a part in the treatment and care of patients with the Ebola virus in West Africa.
A lawsuit filed against Cigna and Blue Shield of California claims that health insurers engaged in a “bait and switch” scheme that left patients with a stack of medical bills and no coverage.
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A bill that would require California to place child day care records online is headed to the state Senate after sailing through the Assembly.
About 95 percent of those diagnosed with diabetes have type II which “often is preventable.”
A state lawmaker wants to establish basic standards for the short-term day care centers that are growing in popularity at fitness centers, shopping malls, grocery stores and other businesses.
A $7.7 billion budget plan for the city of Los Angeles released Monday was accompanied by a mea culpa of sorts from outgoing Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
The Chris Brownlie Hospice, once used as the city’s first hospice for AIDS patients, was turned back over to the city Saturday.
A union spokesman said a planned walkout on the eve of Thanksgiving could cause ‘significant travel delays’ at Los Angeles International Airport.
Ophthalmologist Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler visited KCAL9 Tuesday to share summer eye-care tips. He also demonstrated ways we can take care of our eyes all year long.
Millions of people in Los Angeles County who currently do not have medical insurance will soon have more options than county hospitals.
A statewide reduction in Medi-Cal payments may soon leave millions of Californians without adequate health care.
Governor Jerry Brown has signed into a law a bill that will require health insurance companies in the state to cover treatment for autism and other severe behavioral disorders.
If you’re like nearly half of all Americans, you have likely put off going to the doctor or picking up your prescription in order to save some money.