Jury Awards $417M To Calif. Woman Claiming Baby Power Caused CancerA Los Angeles jury on Monday ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 million to a woman who claimed in a lawsuit that the talc in its iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer.
Robin Thicke, Model Expecting Baby On Alan Thicke's BirthdayThe couple's due date is on March 1st. The same day as Robin's father, the late Alan Thicke's birthday.
New Treatment May Cure Peanut Allergies, Scientists SayAustralian scientists say that the new treatment has kept their patients from experiencing an allergic reaction from eating peanuts for the last four years.
Tom Cruise Ankle Break Halts 'Mission: Impossible 6' ProductionProduction has shut down on "M:I6" due to star Tom Cruise's broken ankle...
UCSF Study: Primary Care Doctor Shortage Looms In CaliforniaCalifornia could soon be dealing with a severe shortage of primary care doctors, according to a new report from UCSF.
Willie Nelson Is 'Feeling Better' After Cutting Concert Short"The altitude got to me I am feeling better now & headed for lower ground," the singer wrote on Twitter.
Rural California Sheriff, Auditor Spar On Pot Money SpendingA California county auditor is accusing a sheriff of improperly spending some of the $1 million his department received in fees from legal pot growers to go after illegal operators.
San Jose Police: Man Posing As Doctor Accused Of Sexual AssaultSan Jose police arrested a man last month who allegedly performed unlicensed medical examinations on a victim and sexually assaulted her.
Sinead O'Connor: 'My Entire Life is Revolving Around Not Dying'"I am one of millions -- people who suffer from mental illness are the most vulnerable people on earth."
Repeal Of San Francisco Flavored Tobacco Ban Qualifies For BallotA measure that would repeal a ban on flavored tobacco products passed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors earlier this year has qualified for the ballot.
Another Usher STD Lawsuit Is UnderwayNow, a new trio of accusers (two women and one man) are preparing to file another suit.
Stanford Professor: Many Questions Remain After Gene-Editing BreakthroughDon't look for gene-editing of embryos for human pregnancy anytime soon.