'It's Insane': Child Costs Limit Growing Families, But What If Government Paid To Have Babies?The CDC announced in May that births dropped to a 42-year low in the United States. But what if the government paid you to have a baby?
California Adopts CDC-Advised 3-Feet Social Distancing Rule For ClassroomsStudents in California classrooms can sit 3 feet apart instead of 6 under new guidelines adopted by the state as school officials figure out how to reopen campuses closed for a year during the coronavirus pandemic.
Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Recalled Mushrooms Sold In Several States, Including CaliforniaAt least 41 people are sick in 10 different states after a salmonella outbreak that has been linked to dried wood ear mushrooms sold in several states, including California, the CDC said.
Causing Coronavirus Confusion Again, CDC Flip-Flops On Guidance Regarding COVID-19 SpreadThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released and then retracted information regarding how coronavirus spreads from person to person.
CDC Issues Warning On 'Crypto' Fecal Parasite That Can Live For Days In Swimming PoolsHealth officials are asking Americans to take precautions over reports that "crypto," a fecal parasite that can be transmitted via swimming pools, is on the rise.
Frequently Asked Questions About MeaslesWith the recent measles outbreak at Disneyland, many people have had questions about the spread of measles in the U.S. Here are some the most frequently asked questions the CDC has received about the disease.
Facebook Launches Ebola Charity Donation ButtonFacebook is stepping up its efforts to fight Ebola by adding a button designed to make it easier for its users to donate to charities battling the disease.
Expert: People Are Much More Likely To Die From The Flu Rather Than EbolaHe points out the kind of equipment medical professionals need working directly with Ebola patients is not the same as what is being offered online and not necessary for the public to own.
CDC: No Ebola In Sacramento PatientThe patient was considered low-risk from the beginning, but was placed in a special, negative pressure room where doctors wore protective clothing to prevent the potential spread of the disease.
California Health Officials Not Surprised About Possible Ebola Case In SacramentoState health officials did say the person came from West Africa earlier this month before arriving in Sacramento, where the patient's symptoms caused staff to alert state and county officials.
Yolo County Officials Perplexed By Unusual Spike In Whooping Cough CasesDr. Constance Caldwell with the Yolo County Health Department is puzzled by the spike, because nearly 95 percent of kids in Yolo County public schools are vaccinated.
Natomas Unified School District Warns Of Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease OutbreakParents are on guard after the Natomas Unified School District sent home a warning of an outbreak of hand, foot, and mouth disease.
Hookah Pens: Flavored Smoking Device Popular Among High School StudentsDrug dependency experts say a popular smoking device can also be used for hard drugs; and based on its size, it's easy to see how kids can keep it hidden from parents.
More Lenient Head Lice Policies Bugging California ParentsSchools in California, Nevada, Tennessee, Florida, Nebraska, New Mexico and South Carolina also are adopting the more lenient lice policy.
Salmonella Outbreak Has Shoppers Thinking Twice About Buying Foster Farms ChickenJulia Thomas at the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op says salmonella cases like the one affecting Foster Farms are good for the organic food movement.