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San Jose Man Dies from Legionnaires’ Disease

San Jose Man Dies from Legionnaires' Disease

What was supposed to be a vacation to consider Palm Springs as a retirement location turned into a nightmare for one San Jose couple.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Stanford Doctor Helps Man with Reconstructive Surgery

Stanford Doctor Helps Man with Reconstructive Surgery

A Mississippi man was able to reunite with a Stanford doctor who helped him have a child of his own after reconstructive surgery.Photo Credit: Stephanie Chuang [Read entire story]

Silicon Valley Ageism Stifles Medical Innovation

The rampant ageism that's seized Silicon Valley and frozen opportunity for engineers and workers over 35 has also stifled tech's interest in funding medical research companies.Photo Credit: Adam Berry/Getty Images [Read entire story]

Silicon Valley Ageism Stifles Medical Innovation

Silicon Valley Ageism Stifles Medical Innovation

The rampant ageism that's seized Silicon Valley and frozen opportunity for engineers and workers over 35 has also stifled tech's interest in funding medical research companies.Photo Credit: Adam Berry/Getty Images [Read entire story]

3 Die of Meningitis in LA

A day after health officials said at least eight cases of the most dangerous form of meningitis hit Los Angeles County since January, three men have died from it, officials said. [Read entire story]

3 Die of Meningitis in LA

3 Die of Meningitis in LA

A day after health officials said at least eight cases of the most dangerous form of meningitis hit Los Angeles County since January, three men have died from it, officials said. [Read entire story]

San Francisco Is Nation’s Second-Densest City

Better health, cheaper mobility and even a better shot at making moeny are the benefits of living in a densely-populated city like San Francisco.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

San Francisco Is Nation’s Second-Densest City

San Francisco Is Nation's Second-Densest City

Better health, cheaper mobility and even a better shot at making moeny are the benefits of living in a densely-populated city like San Francisco.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Is Kink breaking up with SF?

The armory. SF Examiner photo by Mike Koozmin Tales of local porn-purveyor Kink.com’s demise were reported early yesterday by Uptown Almanac, whose story, “Freak Flag May Not Fly Forever Over [Read entire story]

Popular Kids Get Bullied Too: Study

Popular Kids Get Bullied Too: Study

In fact, the effects of bullying may be even more traumatic on popular students than their less-connected classmates.Photo Credit: Image Source [Read entire story]

8,730 Pounds of Chicken Recalled

8,730 Pounds of Chicken Recalled

AdvancePierre Foods is recalling approximately 8,730 pounds of frozen chicken breast products due to misprinting and undeclared allergens, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.Photo Credit: USDA [Read entire story]

Covered California Confirms Monday Enrollment Deadline

Covered California has confirmed the Monday deadline for Californians who have not signed up for health care coverage. [Read entire story]

SF General Adds Security Features After Patient Death

SF General Adds Security Features After Patient Death

SF General revamps security after missing patient Lynne Spalding was found dead in a hospital stairwell. [Read entire story]

‘Venus in Fur’ electrifies at A.C.T.

Brenda Meaney and Henry Clarke in David Ives' play 'venus in Fur' at A.C.T. PHOTO BY KEVIN BERNE Good lord, this play is hot, hot, hot. Rave reviews of its run in New York last year -- mostly heralding [Read entire story]

Marin County: Very Healthy, But Unequal

Marin County: Very Healthy, But Unequal

Marin is California's healthiest county. However, there is "wide disparity" in the strong and able area.Photo Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images [Read entire story]

Scientists Track Food Contamination

Scientists Track Food Contamination

NBC Bay Area's Diane Dwyer goes inside labs to see how inspectors track down potentially deadly tainted food outbreaks. [Read entire story]

Glide Church Offers Covered Ca Help

Covered California partnered with churches and libraries across the state, offering free, in-person assistance ahead of the March 31 health-care enrollment deadline. [Read entire story]

Glide Church Offers Covered Ca Help

Glide Church Offers Covered Ca Help

Covered California partnered with churches and libraries across the state, offering free, in-person assistance ahead of the March 31 health-care enrollment deadline. [Read entire story]

California Hospital Strike Averted By Contract Deal

California Hospital Strike Averted By Contract Deal

A planned strike by thousands of University of California hospital workers was averted after contract talks yielded a deal, officials said Sunday.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

California Hospital Strike Averted By Contract Deal

A planned strike by thousands of University of California hospital workers was averted after contract talks yielded a deal, officials said Sunday.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]