Lunch Break: New Selection Of KiwiOur produce man Michael Marks is here to let us know about all the awesome health benefits of kiwis.
Could The Blood Of The Young Help Treat Diseases Of The Old?Proteins found in plasma from younger people could unlock answers of the mysteries of Alzheimer's.
Robin Williams' Widow Opens Up About Actor's DeathShe spoke to CBS News This Morning about the condition Williams had that may have contributed to his suicide.
Jury Awards Modesto Woman $70M In Baby Powder SuitFor the third time, Johnson & Johnson has been hit with a multimillion-dollar jury verdict over whether the talc in its iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer when applied regularly for feminine hygiene.
Pediatricians Aim To Decrease SIDS CasesThe American Academy of Pediatrics is issuing new recommendations for safe sleep for infants.
Pediatricians Release New Screen Time Guidelines For ChildrenAre your children spending too much time in front of a screen?
New Treatment Helps With Hair Loss Associated With Breast Cancer TreatmentA new therapy can help reduce hair loss associated with breast cancer treatment. The technique is called cold caps. It's been used for decades in Europe but it is almost unknown here.
New Therapy Can Help Reduce Hair Loss In Breast Cancer TreatmentIt's been used for decades in Europe, but it's almost unknown here.
Woman Carries Zika Virus In Genitals For WeeksThis discovery confirms that the virus can be transmitted through sexual contact.
Medicine For The Rich? Doctors Increasingly Turning To Concierge MedicineLongtime patient Janeece Sargis says trying to get into see her doctor can sometimes take a month. But that won't be the case much longer for her.
As Recreational Legalization Looms, Medical Pot Looks To Stay Ahead Of The CurveIn case the proposed legalization passes this November, some cannabis advocates are positioning themselves to influence forming California's marijuana regulations.
Drones Being Used To Deliver Urgent Medical SuppliesAccess to basic healthcare can be nearly impossible in remote parts of Africa, but a group of Silicon Valley engineers is looking to change that.
Study Examines Accuracy Of Fitness TrackersMillions of Americans use wrist-worn fitness trackers, but a new study is questioning just how accurate those trackers really are at monitoring your heart rate.
Are Activity Trackers Really Accurate?Millions of Americans use fitness trackers, but a new study is questioning just how accurate they are.
Military Veteran Receives Two New ArmsSix years after he lost all his limbs in an explosion in Afghanistan, John Peck has human arms again. Peck is one of only 25 people in the world to receive a double-arm transplant.
Zika Study Shows Further Evidence Of Disease's Link To Paralyzing DisorderDoctor Carlos Pardo at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine led the team that made several key connections in Colombia between the Zika virus and Guillain-Barre syndrome.
British Man Could Be Very First Cured Of HIV With New TherapyIf the trial is successful, it could pave the way for effectively treating millions of people around the world living with HIV.
Prop 64: As THC Levels Hit New Highs, Health Effects Of Marijuana Still A Big UnknownColorado consistently leads the nation when it comes to marijuana use, but teen use has stayed almost the same since legalization.
App Helps Save Food, At A Discount, Before It Goes To WasteEvery year, millions of pounds of food is thrown in the trash and a lot of that waste comes from restaurants.
New Research Suggests Link Between Contraceptives And Depression RiskMillions of women worldwide use hormonal contraceptives. Now a new study published in JAMA Psychiatry finds a these birth control methods such as pills or implants may increase the risk of depression.
As Cafeteria Undergoes Renovation, Davis High Brings In Food TruckDavis Senior High School is rolling in “DJ Eats,” a new food truck service that now has a new home on the campus quad every day for lunch.
New Program Helps Parents Track Child DevelopmentHelp Me Grow Yolo provides free developmental screening for children newborn to age 5.
As Soccer's Popularity Rises, So Does InjuriesResearchers say the reasons behind the injury increase include more awareness, new athletes and kids playing year-round.
Massive Study Aims To Shed Light On Genetics And AutismThe UC Davis MIND institute is taking part in the Spark Study, which hopes to uncover any possible links between genetics and autism.

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