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Embryo Scope is Breakthrough in Treating Infertility

Embryo Scope is Breakthrough in Treating Infertility

Couples who are having trouble getting pregnant often turn to fertility specialists for help. Watch »

Aug 15, 2014
New Procedure Helps Restore Vision in Kids

New Procedure Helps Restore Vision in Kids

A new procedure is proving to have dramatic effects and restore vision in children born with a serious eye condition... Watch »

Aug 14, 2014
Whole Foods Lied About Sugar in Yogurt: Lawsuit

Whole Foods Lied About Sugar in Yogurt: Lawsuit

Whole Foods Market knowingly sold its store brand yogurt containing a sugar content that was nearly six times... Read »

Aug 14, 2014
MRSA Breaks Out Among Firefighter Trainees in New York

MRSA Breaks Out Among Firefighter Trainees in New York

A handful of probationary firefighters training on New York's Randall's Island have contracted... Read »

Aug 14, 2014
Eating More Salt Is Okay, New Study Finds

Eating More Salt Is Okay, New Study Finds

A new study suggests that it's safe for healthy people to eat about twice as much salt as currently... Read »

Aug 13, 2014
American With Ebola Getting Stronger, Husband Says

American With Ebola Getting Stronger, Husband Says

The U.S. woman who contracted Ebola while working as an aid worker in Liberia is gaining back her strength,... Read »

Aug 13, 2014
Georgia Firm Recalls 15K Pounds of Chicken Nuggets

Georgia Firm Recalls 15K Pounds of Chicken Nuggets

A Georgia-based meat company is recalling over 15,000 pounds of frozen chicken nuggets after reports surfaced... Read »

Aug 13, 2014
Carlsbad HS Students Caught in Vaccine Controversy

Carlsbad HS Students Caught in Vaccine Controversy

More than a dozen current and former Carlsbad High School students have found themselves in the middle of... Watch »

Aug 12, 2014
Expert: More Grandmas, Grandpas Using Meth

Expert: More Grandmas, Grandpas Using Meth

A San Diego County man’s death highlights what one former addict considers a growing problem - more... Watch »

Aug 11, 2014
Big Tobacco Attempts a Major Makeover

Big Tobacco Attempts a Major Makeover

Big Tobacco is looking to shed its morbid image by pitching "smokeless" e-cigarettes, championing... Read »

Aug 10, 2014
California Debates “Yes Means Yes” Sex Assault Law

California Debates “Yes Means Yes” Sex Assault Law

College students have heard a similar refrain for years in campaigns to stop sexual assault: No means Read »

Aug 11, 2014
Meet the Man Keeping U.S. Safe From Ebola

Meet the Man Keeping U.S. Safe From Ebola

Tom Frieden started his career as a public-health detective, fighting outbreaks of tuberculosis in New York... Read »

Aug 10, 2014
25 Years Ago, Different Ebola Outbreak in Virginia

25 Years Ago, Different Ebola Outbreak in Virginia

Americans' introduction to the Ebola virus came 25 years ago in an office park near Washington Dulles International... Read »

Aug 10, 2014
Liberian President Apologizes for Ebola Deaths

Liberian President Apologizes for Ebola Deaths

The president of Liberia apologized on Saturday for the high death toll among the country's healthcare... Read »

Aug 10, 2014

School Lunches Around the World

Photographers captured the lunch fare for students in several countries earlier this month, showing a range... View »

Aug 27, 2014
Doc: I Was Taking 100 Pills a Day

Doc: I Was Taking 100 Pills a Day

NBC 7 found at least six doctors in the county with drug and alcohol issues. Watch »

Aug 8, 2014
Go Inside San Diego Lab Working to Cure Ebola Virus

Go Inside San Diego Lab Working to Cure Ebola Virus

One of 25 labs across the globe working to solve the mystery of the Ebola virus is right here in La Jolla. Watch »

Aug 9, 2014
9 Questions You Should Ask About the Drug

9 Questions You Should Ask About the Drug "Molly"

It's one of the most popular party drugs in circulation at the moment, but what exactly is Molly? Is it a new danger... Read »

Aug 8, 2014
Tick Bite Can Trigger Allergy to Red Meat

Tick Bite Can Trigger Allergy to Red Meat

A bug can turn you into a vegetarian, or at least make you swear off red meat. Doctors across the U.S. Watch »

Aug 8, 2014
Clean Pools, Sweep Gutters to Prevent West Nile: Officials

Clean Pools, Sweep Gutters to Prevent West Nile: Officials

Orange County health officials are asking residents to do their part to prevent the spread of West Nile virus, a day... Watch »

Aug 7, 2014
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