Stories by Kenny Goldberg
A new UC San Diego study suggests there’s a high-tech alternative to amniocentesis that's safer and just as accurate for screening fetuses for genetic defects.
Supporters argued more than half of all prescription drugs are thrown in the garbage, but the pharmaceutical industry said collecting large amounts of meds at various sites would have created additional problems.
The American Lung Association’s latest report shows the San Diego County has made significant progress in reducing air pollution.
Nearly one out of four California dentists is reaching retirement age, according to a new report from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
A bill requiring employers to offer workers at least three paid sick days a year has cleared its first legislative hurdle.
The nation’s largest study of Latino health reveals most Hispanics have a high profile for heart disease.
A 71-year-old San Diego man has become the first in the nation to receive the world’s smallest implantable heart monitor.
Upset over their latest contract offer, more than 21,000 non-faculty union workers at University of California campuses are threatening to go out on strike next week.
One of the leading causes of death among children worldwide is creeping back into California. Fifteen Californians have come down with measles so far this year.