Millions of Californians who don’t have medical insurance will within two years, now that the Supreme Court has upheld President Barack Obama’s health care reform law.
Bay Area health leaders held a joint news conference in San Jose Thursday to raise awareness about tuberculosis, and the fact that we have one of the highest TB rates of any metropolitan area in the country.
There are many CPR apps out there, but not like the one unveiled in Silicon Valley Tuesday. It can alert a nearby person with CPR training that someone is in need of assistance.
The county hospital in Martinez is going against a national trend by significantly reducing repeat C-section deliveries, and this has led to widespread recognition for its perinatal program.
When faced with serious health issues, families often struggle financially. But one Peninsula mom left the high tech industry and started an organization that helps take some of the stress out these families’ lives.
More than 100 workers at the American Licorice Plant in Union City were out on strike Monday.
A security researcher who is diabetic has identified flaws that could allow an attacker to remotely control insulin pumps and alter the readouts of blood-sugar monitors. As a result, diabetics could get too much or too little insulin, a hormone they need for proper metabolism.
San Francisco would no longer tax stock options under a proposal introduced Tuesday at the Board of Supervisors meeting.
Thousands of people looking for health services made their way to the Oakland Coliseum for a free four-day health clinic.
Medical equipment can be expensive, especially for those on fixed incomes. Eric Montgomery asked this Good Question: Is there anywhere in the Bay Area where I can donate or purchase used medical equipment?