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Sam Vogelstein used to suffer a hundred seizures a day. Then he tried a marijuana-based drug that wasn't available in the U.S. It stopped his... [Read More]
In fire-torn parts of the West, some people who are now safe struggle mightily when they again smell smoke or see an orange haze in... [Read More]
A growing number of start-ups are offering at-home tests that let you check your thyroid, your fertility, even food sensitivities. But some doctors view the... [Read More]
San Francisco could become the first city in the nation to ban flavored tobacco products from all store shelves. That includes everything from candy-flavored e-cigarettes... [Read More]
For some U.S. women who buy hormonal contraception via an app, it's all about convenience — birth control pills in the mail, without an office... [Read More]
A district judge ordered state agriculture officials to examine whether current spraying practices are dangerous. [Read More]
A last-ditch effort to genetically engineer a child's immune system marks a watershed moment in cancer treatment. [Read More]
The age old advice to eat less to slim down doesn't hold up in a Stanford study on weight loss. [Read More]
Since October, when dozens of women accused Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment, a torrent of stories about male sexual misconduct has roiled workplaces... [Read More]
When Ximena Lopez received her first transgender child patient she had no idea how her life and practice would change. [Read More]
A look at how a traumatic event may come back to haunt you, and what you can do about it. [Read More]
A look at the immediate and lasting health impacts of sexual harassment. [Read More]
To engineer an egg substitute, the food tech firm Hampton Creek removed starch from mung beans. The company is trying to recover after a run... [Read More]
Breathing in air pollution can irritate the lungs and aggravate asthma and cardiovascular disease. However, a recent study from the California Air Resources... [Read More]
We share 98 percent of our DNA with apes, and they can teach us something about good leadership. [Read More]
The volunteer response to the wildfires in Sonoma County has a distinctly California flavor. Thousands of alternative-medicine practitioners like naturopaths,... [Read More]
Of the 10 deadliest fires in California, 8 happened in October or November. [Read More]
As wildfires spread through Northern California counties, clouds of smoke and ash are spreading, too, far beyond the flames. Air quality officials have a database... [Read More]
Officials are comparing the air quality in the region to the most polluted days in China. [Read More]
Evacuees in Santa Rosa anxiously await news about the homes they fled in the middle of the night. [Read More]