A woman who ate six “death cap” mushrooms is lucky to be alive and talking about it. But, don’t chalk it up to luck. Instead, chalk it up to the Santa Cruz hospital where she was treated – and one of the doctors who practices there.
A California woman who served poisonous mushrooms to residents of an elder-care home has been barred from working in such facilities.
A San Jose man faces an attempted murder charge for allegedly providing water containing chlorine to his girlfriend in a San Rafael care facility, a San Rafael police spokeswoman said.
Fremont police and fire department were called to a hazmat scene near two hospitals after a woman apparently released chemicals inside a car in an apparent suicide.
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Moon Marine USA Corp. of Cupertino is voluntarily recalling 58,828 pounds of frozen raw yellowfin tuna linked to an outbreak of salmonella poisoning.
A half-century after California officials found that large amounts of the pesticide DDT were discharged into a San Francisco Bay canal, the chemical is still poisoning fish and posing a threat to human health.
Two young children were hospitalized Sunday after ingesting an unknown liquid at a home in Brentwood, a police lieutenant said Tuesday.
Veterinarians have issued a warning about a popular sweetener that may pose a danger to dogs.
Six dogs and a cat belonging to three families in Brentwood died Monday and Tuesday from what appears to have been poison.