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Could Coffee Help You Lose Weight? New Research Suggests Fat-Busting EffectDrinking coffee could activate the body’s fat-fighting defenses, a discovery that could have potential implications in the battle against obesity and diabetes.
May Is Skin Cancer Awareness MonthDoctors say it's important to keep your skin's health a top priority while soaking up the sun.
Heart Failure Deaths On The Rise In Younger US Adults, Researchers SayA recent decline in heart failure-related deaths in the United States has reversed, and those types of deaths are now climbing nationwide, especially among adults ages 35 to 64.
AAA Warning About Dangers Of Senior Citizens Taking Multiple Medications Behind WheelStephanie Stahl reports. (11/28/18)
CDC Watching For Flu Season To Finally PeakThe agency calls this a high-severity season, with it seeing the highest rate of hospital visits for the flu since 2009.
Dangerous Strain Of Flu Spreading Quickly In CaliforniaState public health officials are preparing their emergency response teams to deal with California’s deadly flu crisis, predicted to be the worst in a decade.
Elk Grove Students Participate In Walk To School DayHundreds of students made a healthy choice and walked to school on Wednesday.
Health Watch: Test Can Accurately Diagnose Alzheimer 's PatientsA new blood test has been created that can accurately diagnose Alzheimer's Disease in patients.
Healthwatch: Quality Of Job Contributes To Your Quality Of LifeA new study out of the UK finds that the quality of the job you have can make a big difference in the quality of life you have.
Health Watch: Welsh Researchers Find Natural Alternative To Synthetic SunscreenThe algae blocks out harmful UV rays and doesn't contain chemicals that may irritiate the skin. Hoever, producing an algae-based alternative could be more expensive.
Yoga Helps Relieve Back PainMillions of Americans suffer from chronic lower back pain. New research finds yoga can be the best prescription for some patient.
Experts: People With Autism Typically Have Other Health ProblemsWe meet a young man who's dealing with sleeping problems and how he's been taught to cope.
Couple On Hawaii Honeymoon Fall Victim To Rat Lungworm DiseaseTwo newlyweds from California are among the latest victims of the rat lungworm disease that is affecting Hawaii.
Lunch Break: Unique Kind Of TangerineIt's Monday, which means it's time for a lunch break with our favorite produce man Michael Marks.
Smartphone Sperm Test Could Check Men's FertilityNew smartphone technology could help millions of men struggling with infertility.
Cancer Survivors Training For Half MarathonThe women we met just might give you a run for your money in the gym. Some are even training for the upcoming Shamrock'n Half Marathon.
Adults With Crooked Smiles Looking For Alternatives To BracesEither not wearing a retainer or never having braces as a kid is now the price many adults are paying. More than 1 million Americans 19 and older now have braces, making it 1 out of every 5 orthodontic patients an adult.
Lunch Break: Doctors Trying To Make California HealthyOur produce man Michael Marks is here to talk to doctors meeting in Sacramento on Monday to talk healthy eating.
Premature Death Rates RisingFor the first time in more than 20 years, life expectancy for Americans has fallen.
Young Girl With Cancer Raises Money For Others With Lemonade StandSix-year-old Taylor Lee Hurst of Citrus Heights was diagnosed with leukemia last year. Despite undergoing her own treatment, she decided to fundraise for fellow cancer patients through a lemonade stand. This was the event's second year.
Covered California Enrollment Deadline Tuesday NightThe Affordable Care Act faces an uncertain future, but hundreds of thousands of Californians are still signing up through the healthcare exchange.
Study Finds More Patients Are Getting Hit With Unexpected Medical BillsThe bills are happening despite making sure they are getting treatment at hospitals in their insurance network.
Local Solar Cooking Company Leaving Mark Around The WorldSolar Cookers International is heating things up in some of the poorest countries.They're working to give women and families who cook over open fire hope and health.
Dungeness Crab Health Warnings Expire In CaliforniaThe California Department of Public Health has lifted the remaining health advisory on the crustaceans.

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