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UC Cancer Centers Take on Calif.’s $14 Billion Killer

The University of California’s five academic cancer centers, home to some of the world’s leading scientists and physicians, have formed a consortium to better... Read more »

Ending DACA Could Have Dire Public Health Consequences

President Obama signed an executive order in 2012 protecting undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children, and studies suggest that... Read more »

Knowing the ‘Signs’ Can Prevent Suicides

More than 800 Los Angeles County residents die by suicide each year — more than the number that die by homicide, accidental drug overdose or vehicle accidents... Read more »

Too Much TV Ramps Up Mobility Risk In Elderly

WASHINGTON, DC — Older people who watched more than five hours of TV per day and reported three or fewer hours per week of total physical activity had more than... Read more »

To Ensure The Doctor Is Always In, New Panel Tackles Health Worker Shortage

Health and education leaders across California have joined forces with business and labor leaders to address workforce shortages in health care. The new group aims... Read more »

California May Restrict Pesticide After Feds Refuse to Ban It

SACRAMENTO — California regulators have moved one step closer to placing big restrictions on the use of a pesticide that President Donald Trump’s Environmental... Read more »

Need a Check Up? Arroyo Vista Offers Free Health Screenings

Do you need you blood pressure checked? What about your vision and teeth? If you answered yes but have limited resources or are not sure where to go, consider attending... Read more »

Congress At Odds Over Drug Pricing And Drug Discount Program

House Democrats are calling foul on Republican assertions that cuts to a little-known discount drug program will eventually reduce skyrocketing drug prices. At a... Read more »

Health Insurance Expansion Linked to Fewer Sudden Cardiac Arrests

The incidence of sudden cardiac arrest, a sudden and usually deadly loss of heart function, declined significantly among previously uninsured adults who acquired... Read more »

CDPH Releases Annual End of Life Option Act Report

SACRAMENTO  – From June 9 to Dec, 31, 2016, 191 individuals received aid-in-dying drugs under the End of Life Option Act, and 111 people died following ingestion... Read more »

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