Sep 12, 2011

4 Your Health: Sept 17 and 18, Long Beach Convention Center

4 Your Health: Sept 17 and 18, Long Beach Convention Center

The 4 Your Health expo is scheduled for Sept. 17 and 18 at the Long Beach Convention Center.

Sep 12, 2011

4 Your Health Exhibitors List

4 Your Health Exhibitors List

A look at who will be at the 2011 4 Your Health event.

Sep 14, 2011

Testings and Screenings

Testings and Screenings

A look at the tests and screenings available at the 4 Your Health Expo.

Aug 19, 2011

Parking and Directions

Parking and Directions

Follow the directions below to the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center, 300 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach.

Jan 30, 2015

Lens Marks Vision Treatment Breakthrough

Lens Marks Vision Treatment Breakthrough

A new breakthrough lens that corrects nearsightedness, farsightedness, and reading vision in cataracts patients has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Nov 26, 2014

Internet Privacy: Online "Medical Detectives"

Internet Privacy: Online "Medical Detectives"

Internet users who search for symptoms of various ailments should be aware of how to protect their privacy when looking for information.

Nov 7, 2014

Nerve-Burning Promises Longer Pain Relief

Nerve-Burning Promises Longer Pain Relief

For those living with chronic pain, every day is a struggle. Medications can help. But patients can become addicted and the drugs don’t always eliminate the discomfort. Now, a new minimally invasive procedure...

Sep 23, 2014

Study: Should Pregnant Women Get Prenatal Tests?

Study: Should Pregnant Women Get Prenatal Tests?

A new study shows pregnant women might not get prenatal tests if they knew more about some risks associated with them.

Sep 3, 2014

Mothers, Unborn Babies Saved With Innovative Procedure

Mothers, Unborn Babies Saved With Innovative Procedure

Ashley Hinds and Shelly Anthony were in the middle of their pregnancies when they became deathly ill with the worst form of the H1N1 flu.

Sep 3, 2014

Double Mastectomy: How Necessary Is the Procedure?

Double Mastectomy: How Necessary Is the Procedure?

More women are choosing to opt for a double mastectomy to prevent or treat localized breast cancer, but a new report suggests that may not be the best option for all women.

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Caught on Camera: Customer Berated for Speaking Spanish

Caught on Camera: Customer Berated for Speaking Spanish

Norma Vasquez said she felt "awful" and "worthless" after she was berated by another customer for speaking Spanish in a confrontation caught on camera at a Southern California IHOP.

Caught on Camera: Attackers Steal Man's Car, Run Him Over

Caught on Camera: Attackers Steal Man's Car, Run Him Over

Hemet police released video Monday of a street confrontation during which a man's car was stolen and used to mow him down, leaving him seriously injured.

Lanes Reopen on 210 Freeway After Big Rig Crash

Lanes Reopen on 210 Freeway After Big Rig Crash

Lanes on both sides of the 210 Freeway reopened Tuesday morning after an overnight closure due to a semi-trailer truck crash in San Dimas.

Packaged Spinach Contained Dead Frog, Woman Claims

Packaged Spinach Contained Dead Frog, Woman Claims

A woman claims she found a dead frog in a package of organic baby spinach leaves she bought at a Southern California market over the weekend.

Unable to Get Answers: Sandra Bland's Family Files Lawsuit

Unable to Get Answers: Sandra Bland's Family Files Lawsuit

The family of Sandra Bland filed a lawsuit against the trooper who arrested her and others they say are responsible for the suburban Chicago woman’s death in a Texas jail cell. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday at...

Suicides in Local Jails on the Rise: Report

Suicides in Local Jails on the Rise: Report

On the day that Sandra Bland’s family filed a federal lawsuit over what officials say was her suicide in a Texas jail, a report released Tuesday shows the number of suicides continuing to rise in local...