Breast Density Helps Determine When To Get Mammograms, Study SaysRecent recommendations about how often to get a mammogram have created confusion. Now, a study has concluded individual factors, like breast density and family history, should determine how often women get mammograms.
Marrow Donor Sought To Save Young Father's LifeAdam Krief has a rare form of blood cancer. A marrow transplant is the only way to save his life.
Aetna To Pull Out Of Obamacare ExchangesAetna is reportedly reducing its presence on the individual exchanges in 2017 in the latest blow to Obamacare.
Study: Kids Exposed To Acetaminophen Before Birth Have Higher Risk Of Behavioral IssuesOf the nearly 7,800 pregnant women studied, five percent of their children had behavior problems, researchers say.
No Vaccinations, No School; That's The LawMedical exemptions are allowed, but not those based on personal beliefs.
Woman In 60s Is Orange County's First Human Case Of West Nile Virus This YearOrange County health officials confirmed Wednesday its first human case of West Nile virus this year.
UCLA Doctor Says Alzheimer's Is UndertreatedThe number of Americans suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia is projected to triple by 2050, according to a UCLA doctor.
Covered California Proposes 13 Percent Premium IncreaseMonthly premiums in California's health insurance exchange will increase by more than 13 percent on average next year after two major insurers requested large rate increases, officials said Tuesday.
Riverside County Confirms First Case Of Zika VirusPublic health officials in Riverside County say they have confirmed their first case of the Zika virus in a 50-year-old man who recently traveled to the Caribbean.
Man Paralyzed After Contracting West Nile Virus From Mosquito BiteAfter days of flu-like symptoms, Nick Cornelius woke up paralyzed from the waist down.
CDC: 3 Babies Born In US With Birth Defects Caused By ZikaThree babies with birth defects caused by Zika have been born in the U.S., the government reported Thursday in its first accounting of pregnancy outcomes involving the virus.
Tustin Man Remains Hospitalized After E-Cigarette Explodes In His MouthA Tustin man is in stable condition after an E-Cigarette exploded in his face.

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