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A heated city council meeting in Torrance looked at the issue of whether to ban a dangerous chemical in use at the local refinery. [Read More]
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Health experts say if you have pre-diabetes then the long term damage of diabetes, especially to your heart, blood vessels and kidneys may already be... [Read More]
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The former abandoned building is on its way to becoming the new face Merced County behavioral health. [Read More]
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One in 10 Americans say that snoring has hurt their relationships. [Read More]
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"Our Big Day Today!" read the subject line of an email to thousands of employees at the agency. [Read More]
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Peter's Place is holding a gala fundraiser next month to support their mission to provide a supportive environment for grieving children. [Read More]
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Taking care of a sick or dying loved one at home can be very stressful for the caregiver. Duke HomeCare and Hospice provides much-needed help... [Read More]
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Join us for Healthy Living. [Read More]
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The Flip or Flop star is putting family and herself first. E! News has learned she's exploring business opportunities with health and wellness. [Read More]
More than 50 medical professionals participated in the 21-hour surgery to separate Ballenie and Bellanie Camacho at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital. [Read More]
Even without the Clean Power Plan, renewable energy is likely to continue gaining ground. [Read More]
Despite exposure to drugs, officials say organs of victims who die from overdoses are safe to use thanks to advances in modern science. [Read More]
A team of scientists at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts have transformed spinach leaves into beating heart tissue. [Read More]
Ajinomoto Windsor, Inc. is recalling more than 35,000 pounds of frozen "José Olé" taquito products that may be contaminated with rubber and plastic, according to... [Read More]
Join Shoshana Vitale with Today's Tip on toning the arms. [Read More]
An eye surgeon in Northridge is using a device that is extremely small but powerful that's helping to keep patients from going blind. [Read More]
Some people are calling it a breakthrough in the fight against cancer. [Read More]
Naomi Martin, reporter for The Dallas Morning News, has been following the story of Christy and Mark Zartler, of Richardson, who posted a video of... [Read More]
Every year, surgeons use balloons and stents to open the arteries of nearly one million Americans. For about ten percent of those patients, the arteries... [Read More]
Sepsis is basically a super infection. [Read More]
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