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Smoke Advisory In Effect Across Orange County, Inland AreasThe Southern California Air Quality Management District says air quality may reach unhealthy levels across much of Orange County, and into Riverside and San Bernardino County.
Man Dies Of Bacterial Infection After Eating Oysters In RestaurantHealth officials say the customer was exposed to a bacterial infection known as Vibrio vulnificus and died just two days after visiting the Sarasota eatery.
USC Study: Children Who Use Smartphones Heavily Prone To ADHDResearchers from USC, UCLA and UC San Diego found over two years that even medium use of digital media platforms led to an increase of new ADHD symptoms.
San Bernardino County Baby Dies From Whooping CoughWhooping cough, also known as pertussis, is a highly contagious respiratory ailment that can spread through coughing.
Medical Mystery: 2 Children In Same Family Diagnosed With Brain CancerThe siblings were diagnosed within two weeks of each other.
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Babies, Toddlers In U.S. Eat Way Too Much Added Sugar, Study FindsThat affinity for the sweet stuff starts as early as infancy, with some babies consuming added sugar that exceeds maximum levels recommended for adults, U.S. researchers report.
Are We Growing Numb To The Opioid Epidemic?"Addiction Solution" author Lloyd I. Sederer, MD, asks if we're growing desensitized to the opioid epidemic.
Are We Growing Numb To The Opioid Epidemic?"Addiction Solution" author Lloyd I. Sederer, MD, asks if we're growing desensitized to the opioid epidemic.
98 Reports Of E. Coli From 22 States Now Linked To Romaine LettuceAccording to CDC data, the U.S. hasn't seen a multi-state outbreak this large since 2006. That outbreak was traced back to spinach and was linked to 238 illnesses and five deaths.
What "The Doctors" Learned From Halsey & Kate Bond's Struggles With EndometriosisDoctors Andrew Ordon and Nita Landry talk about singer Halsey and actress Kate Bond's experiences with endometriosis.
Why Do So Many Golden Retrievers Get Cancer? Study Hopes To Find OutA national study of nearly 3,000 golden retrievers has the goal of understanding why the cancer rate of the breed is so high. That rate is about 60 percent, one of the highest in the dog world.