Stories by Kenny
The largest hospice program in San Diego County may lay off hundreds of employees to cope with financial problems because it may have violated Medicare regulations.
Blue Shield of California says it will refund $50 million to consumers before the end of December.
While other states are passing restrictions on abortions and birth control, California is doing just the opposite.
Beginning in January, Californians who witness a drug overdose can call 911 without fear of being arrested for drug possession.
It's not often that scientists get grants to take chances, but three San Diego researchers have won awards that will allow them to do just that.
Medical marijuana dispensaries are on the ballot in four San Diego County cities this fall. But voters in Encinitas will have to wait two more years.
For the first time, researchers at UC San Diego have used stem cells to help rats with severed spinal cords regain mobility.
A new medical clinic opens in Southeast San Diego, an area that suffers from a shortage of health providers.
A bill heading to the governor's desk would give people who witness a drug overdose and call 911 immunity from prosecution.
Prescription drug abuse, methamphetamine and emerging drugs like bath salts will be discussed at a San Diego conference Thursday.
An international team of scientists led by the Scripps Research Institute will continue trying to unravel the mysteries of the immune system, thanks to a new federal grant.
Should HIV tests be as common as cholesterol checks? A federal task force is expected to weigh in.
A new report provides detailed information on infection rates in California hospitals.
San Diego County officials say their free prescription drug discount program has been a big hit.
Eight years after North County voters approved its funding, the new Palomar Hospital in Escondido is scheduled to open for business in mid-August.
Doctors at Scripps Health say recent federal recommendations against using the PSA test to screen for prostate cancer are misleading and potentially dangerous.
San Diego's Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women has been selected to participate in a national program designed to increase breastfeeding rates.
Maternity coverage is now the law in California.
A measure that would have allowed state regulators to reject increases in health insurance premiums has fallen just short of qualifying for the November ballot.
Projected savings from eliminating the Healthy Families program might not pencil out.
San Diego's Project Concern International has won a federal grant to expand a program that targets maternal health in the South Bay.
More than two weeks after Election Day, Proposition 29 remains too close to call.