Demand For Flu-Fighting Soup Has San Francisco Restaurant SwampedFlu sufferers swear by it. Others call it a cure for whatever ails you. It's the sopa de pollo, chicken soup, at a small San Francisco Mexican restaurant that people are lining up for.
Emerging Technologies Making Sex-Less Reproduction A Growing TrendA revolutionary way for human beings to reproduce appears inevitable, and the future may be closer than any of us can imagine.
Fitness Trackers Are Terrible At Measuring Calories Burned, Study SaysResearchers say that while the devices were very accurate at measuring a person's heart rate while working out, the models Stanford tested were off by as much as a shocking 93 percent when measuring calories burned.
A Better Mammogram? Large Study Putting 3D Scans To The TestU.S. health officials are starting a huge study to tell if the newer, sometimes pricier choice really improves screening for breast cancer.
1st Baby From Uterus Transplant In U.S. Born In DallasThe first birth as a result of a womb transplant in the United States has occurred in Texas, a milestone for the U.S. but one achieved several years ago in Sweden.
Scientists Call For Ban On Glitter, Say It's A Global HazardEnvironmental scientists are arguing that the risk of pollution, specifically to the oceans, is too great to ignore and the tiny plastic particles need to be outlawed.
Cellphone EMF-Blocking Products Put In A Real World TestFrom cellphone cases to blankets, KPIX 5 puts some of the most popular EMF-blocking products to the test.
Nutritionists Denounce One Of Internet's Most Popular DietsOne health expert called the "CICO" diet "an outdated way of thinking" with another adding it can "wreak havoc" on other parts of your body.
Bay Area Firm Targets Food Allergies By Introducing Allergens To InfantsA new approach to protecting children from developing food allergies involves introducing infants to the most common allergens.
Stanford Doctors Regenerate Knee Cartilage Using Patients' Stem CellsA groundbreaking clinical trial is now underway at Stanford Medical Center targeting people with injured knees, using the patients' own stem cells to regenerate cartilage.
Stanford Study: Increased Pot Smoking Linked To Sexual DesireStanford researchers have found a link between an increase in sexual desire and smoking pot.
Trump Signs Executive Order To Begin Dismantling ObamacarePresident Trump on Friday announced he is "starting that process" of repealing and replacing Obamacare with his executive order to unilaterally change some aspects of health insurance coverage.