Juul's Social Media Draws Alarming Number Of Teen Followers, Study Finds Even though the company has vowed not to market to underage users, a new study shows many adolescents are being exposed to the device through social media.
93 Women Accuse Former USC Doctor Of Sex AbuseNearly 100 women who contend that they were sexually harassed or abused by a former University of Southern California gynecologist are suing the school, contending it ignored decades of complaints.
Popular Burger Chains Get 'F' Grade Over Use Of AntibioticsNearly all of the top 25 U.S. burger chains received a failing grade in a review assessing their practices and policies on antibiotics use in their beef products, according to a new report.
Supreme Court Won't Take Up Lead Paint Issue From CaliforniaThe Supreme Court is leaving in place a decision that required paint companies to fund the removal of lead paint from California homes.
FDA Expands Investigation Of Illegal E-Cigarette Marketing To Kids The US Food and Drug Administration pressed forward with its investigation of e-cigarette companies Friday, sending letters to 21 companies in an effort to uncover whether they are marketing products illegally and outside the agency's compliance policy.
Tests Show Toxic Cadmium In Chain Stores' JewelryJewelry with the toxic metal cadmium is showing up on the shelves of national retailers including Ross, Nordstrom Rack and Papaya, according to newly released test results.
Judge May Overturn $289 Million Verdict In Monsanto Roundup CaseA San Francisco judge announced Wednesday she was ready to order a new trial in a $289 million judgment against agribusiness giant Monsanto awarded to a cancer-stricken Bay Area former groundskeeper.
Bay Area Jury's $289M Award In Roundup Cancer Suit Heads To CourtA jury's $289 million verdict in favor of a school groundskeeper who says Roundup weed killer caused his cancer will face its first court test Wednesday.
Morgan Hill School Official Host Forum On Teen VapingWith vaping is becoming a growing problem on school campuses, on Tuesday night a South Bay school district was taking steps to keep parents in the loop.
The 'Dutch Reach' Can Prevent Car Doorings, Save Bicyclist's LivesA simple switch of the hand getting out of the car can save the bicyclists' lives and reduce deadly 'car doorings.'
Fed Court in S.F. Orders Pesticide Ban, Says EPA Violated LawThe 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ordered the EPA to remove chlorpyrifos from sale in the United States within 60 days.
'Holy Grail' Blood Test May Detect Cancer Before Tumors FormA new type of blood screening is being called the "holy grail of cancer research" by scientists who say the test can detect the disease before tumors even form in the body.
Teen Contracts Deadly Illness After Working Out Too MuchA teen in Texas is lucky to be alive after what he thought was soreness from the gym turned out to be a deadly illness instead.
Researchers 3D-Print Human Cornea, May Save Millions From BlindnessResearchers at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom have successfully created the first ever 3D-printed cornea
UCSF Doctors Transplant Stem Cells Into Ailing FetusTo look at little Elianna as she quietly sleeps in her mother's arms, you would never know the high-tech life-and-death battle she went through the months before her birth.
Mystery Disease Claims 12 Family Members; Survivors Push Awareness Of Rare DisorderA Northern California family plagued with a mystery disease that claimed the lives of a dozen relatives finally has answers after specialists at the renowned Mayo Clinic recognized it as a rare hereditary disorder. Now the family is hoping to turn its legacy of heartache into hope for others with the disease.
Domestic Violence Victims' Brain Damage Similar To NFL PlayersThere were no collisions with burly linemen in Susan Contreras' past. Her headaches, memory loss and bouts of confused thinking were a mystery until doctors suggested a probable cause: domestic violence.
Silicon Valley Workers Hacking Into Brain’s Inner WorkingsPaul Benigeri is on the forefront of a new wave of start-ups in the Silicon Valley. It's called bio-hacking.
LED Streetlights Could Led To Sleepless NightsWhile LED streetlights may be saving energy, doctors say their blue glow may be leading to sleepless nights.