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Whooping Cough Epidemic in Calif.

Whooping Cough Epidemic in Calif.

The number of whooping cough cases in California has officially reached epidemic proportions, the California Department of Public Health reported. Whooping cough, known to doctors as pertussis, has experienced...Photo [Read entire story]

Molly’s Journey Through the Eyes of Her Husband

Molly's Journey Through the Eyes of Her Husband

Arash Golbon, the husband of lung cancer patient Molly Golbon, shares his perspective of supporting his wife through her success and struggles. [Read entire story]

The Health Benefits of Drinking Wine Explained

The Health Benefits of Drinking Wine Explained

After a long day, a glass of wine may help ease some tension. But did you know it could also help your health? One glass of red wine could actually improve your memory.Photo Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS [Read entire story]

Service Dogs Not Trained to Help Kids with Autism: Complaint

A pair of Bay Area families claim a nonprofit organization provided service dogs that were not properly trained to help keep children with autism safe.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

E-Cigarette Crackdown Spreads Across U.S.

E-Cigarette Crackdown Spreads Across U.S.

Santa Clara County on Tuesday cracked down on "e-cigarettes" so that they now fall under the same restrictions as traditional tobacco products - in an effort mirroring what nearly 200 cities are already...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Formerly Conjoined Twins to Go Home

Formerly Conjoined Twins to Go Home

The formerly-conjoined Ezell twins are sharing an exciting milestone -- they'll soon be headed home for good. Mom Jenni Ezell said Emmett and Owen are going home on Wednesday. The babies were once...Photo Credit: Ezell [Read entire story]

Food Workers Responsible for 70% of Norovirus Outbreaks: CDC

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a new warning on the norovirus. Cheryl Hurd reports.Photo Credit: NBC Local Media [Read entire story]

NJ Baby Latest to Die in Nap Nanny

NJ Baby Latest to Die in Nap Nanny

An 8-month-old baby girl in New Jersey is the latest child to die in the recalled infant recliner known as the Nap Nanny. The Consumer Product Safety Commission said the Hopatcong baby was secured into the chair...Photo [Read entire story]

Woman Meets Family of Kidney Donor Who Saved Her Life

Woman Meets Family of Kidney Donor Who Saved Her Life

A Fremont woman on Friday met the family of a kidney donor who saved her life.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Bay Area Beaches Make List of CA’s Nastiest

The Bay Area came out well in the annual beach report card, but a few stretches of sand are struggling. [Read entire story]

LA Residents Show No Signs of MERS After Exposure: Officials

LA Residents Show No Signs of MERS After Exposure: Officials

At least 16 people in Los Angeles County exposed to MERS,or Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus, on a flight from Florida showed no signs of having contracted the virus, health officials said Thursday.Photo [Read entire story]

Woman in Coma Gives Birth to Healthy Baby Boy

A 39-year-old woman who has been in a coma for more than 10 weeks gave birth to a healthy baby boy Thursday.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Hummus Recall Issued Over Possible Listeria Contamination

Hummus Recall Issued Over Possible Listeria Contamination

Food manufacturer Lansal has issued a voluntary recall on approximately 14,860 pounds of hummus and dip products due to concerns about possible Listeria contamination.Photo Credit: AP [Read entire story]

"Electronic Nose" Detects Food Gone Bad

PERES is small, but the device that can detect meat, poultry and fish that's gone bad is already catching on in a big way, and it is coming soon to a restaurant and kitchen near you. [Read entire story]

Grey’s Anatomy Star Invests in Health Startup

Grey's Anatomy Star Invests in Health Startup

Patrick Dempsey, who plays a doctor on ABC's medical drama "Grey's Anatomy," is now an investor in crowdsourced diagnosis startup CrowdMed.Photo Credit: CrowdMed [Read entire story]

Lung Cancer Patient Awaits Test Resutls

Lung Cancer Patient Awaits Test Resutls

A 39-year-old mother fighting lung cancer allows NBC Bay Area to follow her as she goes through treatment.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

MERS Patient Released from Hospital

A patient who was battling the first confirmed U.S. case of a deadly new respiratory illness has been released from the hospital, officials said Friday. “The patient has tested negative for MERS, is no... [Read entire story]

MERS Patient Released from Hospital

MERS Patient Released from Hospital

A patient who was battling the first confirmed U.S. case of a deadly new respiratory illness has been released from the hospital, officials said Friday. “The patient has tested negative for MERS, is no... [Read entire story]

Organic Mangoes Recalled in California: FDA

Organic Mangoes Recalled in California: FDA

If you bought mangoes in California recently, you might want to double-check the label before eating them.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

Young Blood Makes Old Mice Act Younger: Study

Research done at Stanford University suggests that scientists may be closer to discovering the fountain of youth. [Read entire story]