New Study Links Recreational Marijuana Use And Car CrashesThe AAA survey shows a national increase in marijuana use in weekend nighttime drivers and an increase in crashes in Washington after marijuana was legalized.
Study: Babies Who Eat Rice Cereal May Test High For ArsenicResearchers tracked eating habits of hundreds of babies.
Study Reveals Passion For Exercise May Start In WombA study published in the Federation of American Societies For Experimental Biology Journal shows the will to work out may be strongly influenced by our mother’s exercise habits during pregnancy.
Will Staying Active During Pregnancy Lead to More Active Children?A study suggests women who stay active while they are pregnant could have more active children.
Music Therapy Has New Home At Sutter Children's CenterFormer San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young and his wife donated $150,000 to help make this a reality.
Women Can Get Birth Control Without Prescription In CaliforniaIt’s not technically over-the-counter, but you can get hormonal contraceptives from a pharmacist after filling out a questionnaire.
Sacramento Dog Donates Blood To Help Kittens SeeHer name is Jemmie. Her human, Sarah Varanini works at the Sacramento SPCA and that’s how they found each other. They like to take walks together, and Jemmie has a lot of tricks up her sleeve.
Botox Being Used To Treat Knee PainPatients with knee pain say a single injection is helping them feel better.
Rancho Cordova VA Medical Center's New ER OpensIt cost more than $7 million to build the facility.
How Can You Save Your Pet From Rattlesnake Season?If you're heading to the dog park you won't likely see a snake, but if you're on a trail and your dog is off leash, your pet is at a higher risk of being bitten.
DEA Searching For Source Of Fentanyl Blamed For 7 Deaths In Sacramento AreaThe Drug Enforcement Administration says it’s cracking down on fentanyl-laced pills that may be responsible for seven deaths in Sacramento County.
Campbell’s To Phase Out BPA In ProductsThe chemical has been linked to diabetes and cancer risks.
Deadly Drug Combo May Be Tied To 5 Deaths In Sacramento AreaOfficials believe Fentanyl, a synthetic opiate, is being laced into Norco pills.
New Desk Lets You Lie Down On The JobCBS 13 News at Noon
Board Of Supervisors To Take 1st Vote On Sacramento County Plastic Bag BanIf they pass the ban, it will start on July 1.
Virginia Woman Sheds 130 Pounds With ExerciseMyra Anderson cut the weight without surgery and reversed the effects of diabetes.
Runners Didn’t Let A Little Rain Deter Them At Shamrock'n Half MarathonSacramento streets were still packed with runners despite wet conditions.
How To Easily Make Non-Dairy Milk At HomeMelissa gets a crash course in making these delicious milks.
Adult Braces Are Becoming More PrevalentWe spoke to a mom who is following in the steps of her daughters when it comes to oral straightening.
Woman Attempts World Record For Distance On TreadmillShe ran 73 miles on the treadmill.
State Wrestling Tournament Will Go On Despite Mat Herpes ScareIt started with swollen glands and dozens of sores that spread across Blake Flovin’s forehead and face. It’s halted his wrestling career, at least for now.
Technology Gives Plastic Surgery Patients A Better Idea Of How Their Nip And Tuck Will LookThe click and peak of what his nip and tuck should look like comes before work on a 30-year-old woman who wants her nose and chin done.
Music Helps Healing For Sacramento Cancer PatientsGuitars and drums are becoming new medical equipment for Jordan Sanchez, who is battling a rare form of connective tissue cancer.
Lab-Grown Meat: Shrimp Could Open Door To New Food FutureIs this the way to cut animal slaughter out of your diet?