Healthy You | NBC Southern California
Wednesday, Oct 3, 2012

How Dogs Keep You Healthy

How Dogs Keep You Healthy

Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet, of Family Allergy & Asthma Care in Gaithersburg, Md., on how dogs can benefit your health.

Wednesday, Oct 3, 2012

Can 3-D Mammograms Better Detect Cancer?

Can 3-D Mammograms Better Detect Cancer?

A new type of mammogram takes multiple images of the breast, helping doctors identify the smallest tumors. News4's Doreen Gentzler reports.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Short Sleepers: Genetically Blessed?

Short Sleepers: Genetically Blessed?

We'd all like a few more hours in the day to finish everything on our to-do lists. For short sleepers, they're actually getting some extra time because they don't need a lot of sleep.

Wednesday, Oct 27, 2010

Popular Chef Teaches Local Family How Make Diabetic Friendly Thanksgiving Meal

Popular Chef Teaches Local Family How Make Diabetic Friendly Thanksgiving Meal

Diabetes is rampant in southern California; it will triple by 2050. A new local program is partnering with a popular chef to help overweight kids and their families cook healthier meals, even during...

Thursday, Oct 21, 2010

Latinos Live Longer Than Other Ethnic Groups: Why?

Latinos Live Longer Than Other Ethnic Groups: Why?

Latinos make-up nearly half of the population in LA County. Research shows latinos live longer than other ethnic groups! What's the explanation?

Thursday, Oct 14, 2010

A New Smile in a Snap

A New Smile in a Snap

You can just snap temporary teeth over your existing ones.

Wednesday, Oct 13, 2010

4th Graders Start Off Day by Finding Inner Chi

4th Graders Start Off Day by Finding Inner Chi

The 4th graders at Evan Ranch Elementary are working their wiggles out in the first eight minutes of class to find their focus through yoga. This leads them to better days at school.

Wednesday, Oct 13, 2010

Cruise and Partake in Pilates Onboard

Cruise and Partake in Pilates Onboard

Crystal Cruises now offer all cruisers Pilates on board. With many different options, these complimentary classes should be quite the hit.

Friday, Oct 8, 2010

Perez Hilton Starts Fitness Website

Perez Hilton Starts Fitness Website

Celeb blogger, Perez Hilton, expands on the web with his new fitness website and blog.

Thursday, Oct 7, 2010

Cardio Dance Event Comes to LA

Cardio Dance Event Comes to LA

Dove's Visibly Smooth campaign is coming to Los Angeles with a free cardio dance class with celebrity trainer, Kacy Duke.

Top Stories
FBI Receives Uncorroborated Threat Against Metro Red Line

FBI Receives Uncorroborated Threat Against Metro Red Line

FBI, LAPD and sheriff's department officials said Monday they received a telephone call about an imminent but un-corroborated threat against the Metro Red Line in Universal City.

New Push for Oversight of Hollywood 'Open Air' Tour Vans

New Push for Oversight of Hollywood 'Open Air' Tour Vans

A Los Angeles assemblyman on Monday introduced new legislation in Sacramento that would create new, stricter oversight of the Hollywood celebrity tour van industry.

Ben Carson Has Inspiring Story, Lacks Experience for HUD

Ben Carson Has Inspiring Story, Lacks Experience for HUD

As Donald Trump's nominee to be secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Ben Carson's life story could inspire those working toward the American dream of home ownership and financial security.

Electronic Musician Narrowly Escapes Oakland Warehouse Fire

Electronic Musician Narrowly Escapes Oakland Warehouse Fire

One of the performers who survived the Oakland warehouse fire recalls escaping just before the warehouse erupted in flames. Kate Larsen reports for the NBC4 News at 5 on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016.

Memorial Held for Slain USC Professor

Memorial Held for Slain USC Professor

Hundreds gathered at USC to say goodbye to a professor killed on the campus last Friday. Police say the killer was a student who had a personal dispute with professor Bosco Tjan.

Getting Code Violations Fixed Sometimes Awaits New Owner

Getting Code Violations Fixed Sometimes Awaits New Owner

The deadly fire in an Oakland warehouse has renewed focus on the risks of safety code violations and unpermitted uses.