Number Of Pregnant Women With Zika In U.S. Spikes On New Counting MethodThe number of pregnant women in the United States infected with Zika virus is suddenly tripling, due to a change in how the government is reporting cases.
Bay Area Parents Hiring Baby Sleep Coaches To Stop The CryingVirtually any new mom and dad would tell you the sound of their baby crying is a nerve-wracking experience. Now, a growing number of new parents are hiring "baby sleep consultants."
Google Glass Used To Help Autistic Children In Stanford StudyThe wearable optical device known as Google Glass is getting another look as an aid for children with autism.
Gov. Brown Raises Legal Age To Buy Tobacco To 21The governor of California on Wednesday approved raising the legal age to buy tobacco for smoking, dipping, chewing and vaping from 18 to 21.
Feds Drop Case Against Oakland Harborside Marijuana DispensaryOakland city officials said Tuesday that the U.S. Attorney’s Office has dropped its case against a medical cannabis dispensary in their city after a legal battle that last lasted nearly four years.
Startup Firm Blink Health Offers Prescription Drug Savings Through Bulk BuyingA startup firm is promising to save consumers up to 95 percent on prescription drugs by using the power of bulk buying.
1st Uterus Transplant Performed In U.S. FailsThe patient experienced a sudden complication, and the hospital is exploring what went wrong.
3 Zika Cases Confirmed In East Bay; 5 Cases In Bay AreaThree Zika virus cases confirmed in the East Bay Friday have brought the total number of reported cases in the Bay Area to five, according to area health officials.
High School Wrestler Says Mats Gave Him Herpes; Other Athletes ExposedA South Bay high school wrestler says he may have exposed other wrestlers to a herpes virus.
New Rules On Youth Soccer Heading Causing Some ConfusionA Northern California soccer organization has issued new restrictions on headers for youth players, but not every league is on board.
CDC: Zika Virus Spread By Sexual ContactHealth officials say a patient in Texas has acquired the Zika virus through sexual transmission.
New UCSF Study Shows Caffeine Doesn't Contribute To Extra HeartbeatsA new study indicates that regular caffeine consumption does not contribute to heart palpitations or extra heartbeats, according to UC San Francisco researchers.

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