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Artificial Sweeteners May Set Stage for Diabetes

Artificial Sweeteners May Set Stage for Diabetes

New study suggests artificial sweeteners like Sweet 'N Low, Splenda and NutraSweet may hamper the way some people's... Read »

Sep 24, 2014
American Waistlines Are Still Expanding: Study

American Waistlines Are Still Expanding: Study

A study by the Centers for Disease Control reveals that while the body mass index of Americans is stable,... Read »

Sep 16, 2014
30 Cases of Flu Already Reported

30 Cases of Flu Already Reported

Even with the unusually high temperatures, there is still a threat of influenza. Read »

Sep 15, 2014
Where to See The Race for Rady

Where to See The Race for Rady

The Race for Rady, a regatta for San Diego's Rady Children's Hospital will take place on San Diego Bay this weekend.... Watch »

Sep 15, 2014
Who Is Leading the Fight Against Ebola?

Who Is Leading the Fight Against Ebola?

Ebola has killed 2,400 people and infected some 5,000 in the space of a few months, the World Health... Read »

Sep 12, 2014
Public Support Falls for Prop 46: Poll

Public Support Falls for Prop 46: Poll

Public support appears to have slipped for the ballot proposal that would require doctors to submit to random... Read »

Sep 12, 2014
Best and Worst States to Have a Baby

Best and Worst States to Have a Baby

A new study by WalletHub ranks the best and worst states to have a baby, Today.com reported. Read »

Sep 11, 2014
Enterovirus Puts Bay Area Health Officials on Alert

Enterovirus Puts Bay Area Health Officials on Alert

A respiratory infection that has sent more than a thousand children pouring into emergency rooms across the country... Watch »

Sep 9, 2014
What You Need to Know About Enterovirus

What You Need to Know About Enterovirus

An outbreak of an uncommon virus, Enterovirus D68, has made children in a dozen states ill and has left... Watch »

Sep 19, 2014
4th Ebola Patient Arrives in U.S. for Treatment

4th Ebola Patient Arrives in U.S. for Treatment

A fourth patient infected with the Ebola virus in West Africa has arrived in the U.S. for treatment. Read »

Sep 9, 2014
Enteroviruses: What You Need to Know

Enteroviruses: What You Need to Know

An outbreak of an uncommon virus, enterovirus-D68, has made children in 43 states and the District of Columbia... Watch »

Oct 7, 2014
FDA Approves Breakthrough Drug That Fights Melanoma

FDA Approves Breakthrough Drug That Fights Melanoma

The FDA approved a new drug Thursday that could change the way melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer,... Watch »

Sep 9, 2014
Silent Killer: How to Prevent Cardiomyopathy Among Athletes

Silent Killer: How to Prevent Cardiomyopathy Among Athletes

As schools open across the country, an estimated 2,000 Americans under the age of 25 can be expected to die... Read »

Sep 6, 2014
Rady Kids Get to See Stanley Cup Up Close

Rady Kids Get to See Stanley Cup Up Close

It’s a rare thing for a hockey player to get to hold the Stanley Cup and even rarer if you’ve never put on skates or... Read »

Sep 5, 2014
Therapist Accused of Sex With Ex-Patient

Therapist Accused of Sex With Ex-Patient

Respected San Diego psychologist Michael Mantell is accused of having sex with a former patient. Watch »

Sep 5, 2014
Kids' Sunglasses Recalled for Excessive Lead

Kids' Sunglasses Recalled for Excessive Lead

A Rhode Island-based sunglasses company on Thursday issued a recall of more than 200,000 sunglasses due to... Read »

Sep 5, 2014
Water Service Disrupted to 4 San Diego Hospitals

Water Service Disrupted to 4 San Diego Hospitals

For hours, a main resource needed in medical care - water - was not available to several San Diego-area... Watch »

Sep 4, 2014
FDA: Little Evidence to Support Testosterone Drugs

FDA: Little Evidence to Support Testosterone Drugs

Little evidence that testosterone-boosting drugs taken by millions of American men are beneficial, FDA says. Read »

Sep 3, 2014
Junior Seau's Family Opts Out of NFL Concussion Settlement

Junior Seau's Family Opts Out of NFL Concussion Settlement

The family will continue its wrongful death lawsuit against the league. Read »

Sep 3, 2014
CVS Renames Itself, Goes Tobacco Free Early

CVS Renames Itself, Goes Tobacco Free Early

CVS, the nation's second-largest drugstore chain, will tweak its corporate name and stop the sale of tobacco nearly... Read »

Sep 9, 2014

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