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Recall for Parkers Farm Products

Recall for Parkers Farm Products

A major recall out of Minnesota is affecting foods sold at Costco, Wal-Mart, Target, Whole Foods and more stores nationwide. Parkers Farm Acquisition has issued a voluntary recall of certain peanut...Photo Credit: AP [Read entire story]

Girl Inspires Nationwide Support

Girl Inspires Nationwide Support

A fundraiser is set to take place next month for a Levittown baby girl who captured the hearts of thousands nationwide and even inspired the proposal of a state law. Born on January 15, 2013, Hannah...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Doctors Donate Prosthetic Arms

Doctors Donate Prosthetic Arms

An Egyptian woman in a horrible accident is now able to do simple things again, like play with her daughter and open doors, thanks to the generosity of Bay Area doctors.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Costco Recalls Sliced Fruit

Costco Recalls Sliced Fruit

Costco has recalled 59,780 cases of Kirkland Signature Real Sliced Fruit from shelves after it determined that the product could be contaminated with Salmonella. Customers who could have purchased the...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Cal May Make Famous Co-Op Drug Free

Cal May Make Famous Co-Op Drug Free

UC Berkeley paid almost a million dollars to the family of a student who overdosed at the Cloyne Court cooperative. The school may try to make sure that never happens again.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Fast Food Workers: Avoid This

When a Redditor posted the following question on Reddit, it brought about a deluge of responses, surprising even the person who posted it: “Fast food workers of Reddit, what should we NOT order at...Photo Credit: Getty [Read entire story]

New Knee Surgery Technology

New digital mapping technology is allowing doctors to drastically improve the outcome of knee surgeries and improve the fit of new knees on patients' bodies.Photo Credit: Getty Images/PhotoAlto [Read entire story]

15% in Covered CA Have Not Paid

15% in Covered CA Have Not Paid

Another problem may be shaping up for the Golden State's answer to the federal health care law.Photo Credit: AP [Read entire story]

E-Cigs Lead to Real Smoking: Study

E-Cigs Lead to Real Smoking: Study

Teenagers using e-cigarettes are more likely to try smoking real cigarettes and are less likely to quit than kids who did not use the battery-powered devices, a new study found.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

Jawbone App Tracks Caffeine Intake

A new app from Jawbone tracks your caffeine.Photo Credit: Scott Budman [Read entire story]

Advocate Pushes For AIDS-Free SF

Advocate Pushes For AIDS-Free SF

The Advocate takes a look at San Francisco's efforts to become the first of its kind: the first city to end AIDS.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

Obama, Biden Workout Together

Obama, Biden Workout Together

Who needs sneakers or a gym to get a little exercise? President Barack Obama or Vice President Joe Biden showed in a playful workout video that even the leaders of the free world can get a little exercise — [Read entire story]

Calif.’s Flu Death Toll is 300+

Calif.'s Flu Death Toll is 300+

More than 300 Californians have died from the flu so far this winter season, 10 times the number of deaths reported at the same time last year, state health officials said Friday.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

Marijuana Safer Than Alcohol?

Marijuana Safer Than Alcohol?

In this edition of Reality Check, Sam Brock digs into a decades-old debate that marijuana is safer than alcohol. [Read entire story]

Measles, Flu Cases Cause Concern

Measles, Flu Cases Cause Concern

Health officials are saying 2014 is "off to a very bad start" after California reported 35 new influenza-related deaths and 15 cases of measles. [Read entire story]

Poll: SF Voters Back Soda Tax

Poll: SF Voters Back Soda Tax

The push from San Francisco city supervisors to put a 2-cent-per-ounce levy on "sugary drinks" has some solid support, a Field Poll says.Photo Credit: NBCPhiladelphia.com [Read entire story]

Ticks Carry New Bacteria: Study

Some people think you have to be in the woods to encounter ticks, but a new Stanford study shows a simple walk in the grass could expose you.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

U.S. Doctors Compete to Go to Sochi

U.S. Doctors Compete to Go to Sochi

The Olympics are all about the athletes, but there is an immense support staff as well, including hundreds of specially trained doctors. Jonathan Finnoff, Director of Sports Medicine at Barton Healthcare in Lake... [Read entire story]

Measles Warning in Bay Area

Bay Area Health officials are notifying the public about a possible measles exposure after a UC Berkeley student identified with measles attended class and commuted to school on BART from home in Contra Costa.Photo [Read entire story]

Save your Valentine’s Day date, order a bike-delivered condom

Save your Valentine's Day date, order a bike-delivered condom

So your Valentine’s Day date is going great, way better than expected, and it’s looking like some hot sex might be where this is headed. But, d’oh, you forgot the condom! What to do? Well, San Francisco-based [Read entire story]