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Killer Virus Discovered in Kansas

Killer Virus Discovered in Kansas

Scientists have stumbled upon a never-before-seen virus that apparently killed a man in Kansas last year, NBC News... Read »

Feb 20, 2015
New Sterilization Rules Combat

New Sterilization Rules Combat "Superbug" Infections

Doctors and administrators at Ronald Reagan-UCLA Medical Center said Thursday that new procedures for cleaning a... Watch »

Feb 20, 2015
Researchers Testing

Researchers Testing "Superbug" Vaccine

Researchers at LA BioMed, a nonprofit independent lab, are on the cutting edge. They're in the final stages of... Watch »

Feb 19, 2015
Lab Tests New

Lab Tests New "Superbug" Vaccine

A Torrance lab is using cutting edge technology to help develop a life-saving "superbug" vaccine. Watch »

Feb 19, 2015
Q&A: What The

Q&A: What The "Superbug" Infections Mean For You

What you need to know. A Q&A with NBC4’s Dr. Bruce Hensel about the "superbug" bacteria that led to... Watch »

Mar 4, 2015
FDA Warning: Traces of Peanuts Found in Cumin

FDA Warning: Traces of Peanuts Found in Cumin

Hundreds of products are being pulled from store shelves after traces of peanut were found in cumin spice — a... Watch »

Feb 19, 2015
New Breast Cancer Treatment Extends Life Over a Year

New Breast Cancer Treatment Extends Life Over a Year

A new combination of three chemotherapy drugs helps extend life by a year and a half for patients with a specific... Read »

Feb 18, 2015
Drugmaker Resubmits Women's Sex Pill to FDA

Drugmaker Resubmits Women's Sex Pill to FDA

The makers of a twice-rejected pill designed to boost female libido are resubmitting their drug to federal health... Read »

Feb 17, 2015
One Diet Change Can Improve Health, Study Finds: Health Headlines

One Diet Change Can Improve Health, Study Finds: Health Headlines

A single diet change can improve health, a new study finds. Women may experience hot flashes for more of life than... Watch »

Feb 16, 2015
Covered CA Deadline: What You Need to Know

Covered CA Deadline: What You Need to Know

Covered California open enrollment ends Sunday. The Obama administration projects that more than 9 million Americans... Read »

Feb 15, 2015
Snag Affecting Health Law Sign-Ups Gets a Fix

Snag Affecting Health Law Sign-Ups Gets a Fix

A technical problem that had been interfering with sign-ups for government healthcare plans has been fixed... Read »

Feb 14, 2015
Severe Loss Could Lead to a Real

Severe Loss Could Lead to a Real "Broken Heart"

Although Valentine’s Day is a happy day for many people, it is sad and lonely for some who feel broken-hearted. Watch »

Feb 15, 2015
What to Know for the Obamacare Deadline

What to Know for the Obamacare Deadline

If you're not insured, there's still time to sign up for health coverage this year under Obamacare before the Feb. Read »

Feb 15, 2015
Puerto Rico Debates Fining Parents of Obese Children

Puerto Rico Debates Fining Parents of Obese Children

Parents of obese children in Puerto Rico would be fined up to $800 if they fail to improve their child's health... Read »

Feb 13, 2015
Device Helps Treat Migraines Without Medication

Device Helps Treat Migraines Without Medication

For the first time, a new device is helping to treat and prevent migraines without medication. Watch »

Feb 11, 2015
Allergic to Milk? FDA Has a Valentine's Day Warning for You

Allergic to Milk? FDA Has a Valentine's Day Warning for You

Does your sweetheart have a milk allergy? You may want to hold off on a dark chocolate Valentine. Read »

Feb 12, 2015
Health Care Records Vulnerable to Criminals

Health Care Records Vulnerable to Criminals

Those seemingly harmless medical forms everyone fills out before seeing a doctor can lead to identity theft if they... Read »

Feb 9, 2015
See's Candies Says Some Mislabeled Packages May Contain Nuts

See's Candies Says Some Mislabeled Packages May Contain Nuts

See's Candies says some heart-shaped boxes of chocolates shipped for Valentine's Day have been mislabeled and may... Read »

Feb 7, 2015
Heart Disease Warnings For Women

Heart Disease Warnings For Women

Many people think heart disease mainly affects men, but the fact is that it’s the number one killer of women. Watch »

Feb 6, 2015
UC System to Require Measles Shots

UC System to Require Measles Shots

University of California students will have to be vaccinated against measles and other diseases under new rules that... Read »

Feb 6, 2015

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