Children's Hospital L.A. Marks Milestone After Completing Its 300th Pediatric Liver TransplantThe hospital celebrated its accomplishments by bringing its youngest and oldest liver transplant patients together.
Thieves In Van Nuys Steal 80 Wheelchairs Designated For The Disabled In IndonesiaThe stolen wheelchairs are worth $12,000. Each one was brand new and specially manufactured for third-world country conditions.
Friends, Family Celebrating Christmas Early With Teen Before She Gets Dangerous Brain Tumor SurgeryThe surgery Cheyenne Hughes is set to undergo could paralyze her or worse.
CHLA Supper Club Helps Kids Get Past Medical Issues With FoodKids come wearing backpacks and feeding tubes for a meeting of the CHLA Supper Club.
Mother: Doctors Failed To Figure Out Coin Was Lodged In Boy's Throat For More Than A MonthSamantha Knox says a penny was stuck in her son's throat for 37 days before doctors could figure out what was wrong with him.
Is Cursing Bad Or Good For You?A professor of Cognitive Science at UC San Diego says cursing could be linked to higher intelligence.
Pat Harvey Exclusive: Transgender Person Freezes Eggs In Hopes Of Being Dad SomedayRenee came to the United States six months ago.
How 'Doll Therapy' Can Help The Memory-ImpairedThe idea is to engage patients and provide a sense of purpose. Severe memory loss can lead to confusion, agitation, withdrawal and isolation.
3D-Printed Skull Implant Helps 7-Year-Old Boy Get Back To Being A KidSeven-year-old Teddy Ward is back to being a normal kid again, just two years after a tragic fall almost cost him his life.
Why There Is Shortage Of Primary Care Doctors In CaliforniaOne expert says money is the primary reason for the shortage.
What No One Tells You About Medicare Coverage -- Phyllis (Vol. 3)Get What's Yours For Medicare Author Phillip Moeller warns of common but costly Medicare mistakes in the final of this three-part series.
Chronic Pain Sufferer Says She Can't Get Pain Medication Amid Opioid Production CutsGetting opioid prescriptions has become increasingly difficult as production is being cut.