“Power poses”, said to be an ancient practice, are being utilized in modern businesses in America, and professionals say they’re more beneficial to your health than you may think.
In a report Monday, legislative analyst Mac Taylor says the state could end up paying more over time if current and future state workers are asked to help pay for their health benefits.
There’s an organization in Santa Ana called “Latino Health Access”.
Can swimming or surfing in waters off the Southern California coast expose beachgoers to dangerous levels of radiation from the Fukushima disaster?
Apple’s announcement brought the potential for a healthier future with innovative technology that’s guaranteed to take the world by storm for its practicality and it’s privacy risks.
“Heaven forbid rock stars have brains,” Morissette said.
Senate President Kevin de Leon and Assemblywoman Hanna-Beth Jackson announced legislation on Tuesday that would require school districts where health education is a high school graduate requirement to make sexual violence prevention a part of the curriculum.
Demanding answers during a townhall meeting with company officials, dozens of locals say their homes and cars were coated with dust after Wednesday’s blast, which was strong enough to register as a magnitude 1.7 earthquake.
With an antibiotic-resistant “superbug” outbreak connected to its facility, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center stopped short of pointing a finger at the manufacturer of a medical instrument believed to have spread the deadly germs.
Bats have very small teeth, and their bites could go unnoticed.
At least two patients have died and seven more have been infected after being exposed to a drug-resistant superbug at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center.
Sam Kimura, her sister and her best friend are on a mission to help people around the country in need of life saving blood marrow. See how these three young women are going about making a real difference.
While much of the attention in the ongoing measles outbreak has focused on student vaccination requirements and exemptions, less attention has been paid to another group in the nation’s classrooms: Teachers and staff members, who, by and large, are not required to be vaccinated.
Covered California hopes to get 500,000 additional California residents enrolled.
A measles outbreak centered in California has sparked a national debate over parents who choose not to vaccinate their children.