San Francisco Department of Public Health
Last month, San Francisco’s first medical marijuana food festival made national headlines. Now, city officials said they will not allow a second one, and the organizer of the event accuses the city of intimidating cannabis clubs to discourage them from taking part.
Officials with the San Francisco Department of Public Health said Friday that the source of a recent E. coli outbreak has been traced to a popular restaurant in the city’s Richmond District.
San Francisco’s “Tamale Lady,” who was banned earlier this month from selling her famous food at local restaurants, launched a crowd-sourced fundraising campaign Thursday to set up a brick-and-mortar restaurant in the city’s Mission District.
A week after a San Francisco bar said it would no longer be able to allow the “Tamale Lady” to serve her famous food at its establishment, a city supervisor said Tuesday he is working on a solution.
The San Francisco Department of Public Health is warning residents about potential exposure to typhoid fever.
An agency created to bring necessary services to the homeless is increasingly the starting point for those searching for loved ones believed to be living on the streets of San Francisco.
Hundreds of kids got whooping cough vaccinations at a free clinic at a San Francisco high school on Saturday.
Research from UCSF and San Francisco’s Department of Public Health suggests early treatment of HIV patients could reduce the rate of new infections of among gay men.
San Francisco had the fewest number of tuberculosis cases on record last year, but on Thursday’s World TB day city health officials acknowledged they have a long way to go.
A study by San Francisco researchers could provide a key to preventing future HIV infections.