CDC's Zika Virus Prediction Map Now Includes Bay AreaThe Bay Area is included in an updated map from the CDC showing possible areas of Zika virus infections. Emily Turner reports. (3/30/16)
Study Reveals Chemicals From Cosmetics Impacting Hormones Found In Teen GirlsJulie Watts reports on study determining hormone-affecting chemicals are absorbed by teen girls using cosmetics (3/21/2016)
Startup Firm Offers Large Discounts On Prescription DrugsBlink Health promises up to 95 percent off generic prescription drugs. Julie Watts reports. (3/8/16)
SF's New Law Might Make It Easier For Teens To Get Pot Than CigarettesIt may be easier for teens to get their hands on a joint than a cigarette after San Francisco raised the minimum tobacco buying age to 21. Mike Sugerman reports. (3/1/16)
SFPD Officers Required To Take Crisis Intervention TrainingIn the wake of a series of recent violent police confrontations with mentally ill suspects, San Francisco officers are getting advanced training in crisis intervention. Devin Fehely reports. (2-12-16)
Super Bowl Medical Team Will Be On The Field At Sunday's GameIt's not just the Broncos and the Panthers who will show off their amazing their skills on the field at Super Bowl 50. Elizabeth Cook tells us about the talented medical team ready and raring to go.
Deficiencies Found During Inspection Of Theranos Blood Testing LabDeficiencies Found During Inspection Of Theranos Blood Testing Lab. Andria Borba reports. (1/27/16)
Health FactsVinnie tests Sarah on her knowledge of health facts. (01/19/2016)
Hundreds Of Moms And Babies Potentially Exposed To Tuberculosis In San Jose HospitalMore than 1,000 people, including 350 infants, may have been exposed to tuberculosis this fall after a nurse at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose was diagnosed with the disease. Emily Turner reports. (12-11-15)
New Stanford Procedure Uses Balloons To Help People Lose WeightStanford doctors have come up with a new way for patients to lose weight using a pair of balloons. Juliette Goodrich explains.
'Hated' CEO Who Raised Drug Price 5,000 Percent Takes Over Bay Area Pharmaceutical FirmMartin Shkreli, the man who called himself the "most hated CEO in America" is doing business in the Bay Area after purchasing a 70 percent stake in the South San Francisco drugmaker, KaloBios. Andria Borba reports. (11-20-15)
Hayward Fire Station Adds Medical ClinicIt's unique even for the Bay Area -- a firehouse and medical clinic in one location. Devin Fehely reports. (11-13-15)
Proposed Marijuana Dispensary Draws Opposition From Fisherman's Wharf BusinessesA proposed medical marijuana dispensary on Taylor St., which is expected to come before the Planning Commission for approval next month, has drawn opposition from members of the Fisherman's Wharf business community. Da Lin reports. (11-6-15)
Prices Soar In US for Epipen Food Allergy TreatmentsThe same epipens which now cost about $400 in the United States go for about $85 in France. Michelle Griego reports. (10-23-15)
SF Health Department Warns Of Fake Xanax PillsA warning Friday from the San Francisco Health Department: fake Xanax pills are being sold on the street and they are making people extremely sick. Da Lin reports (10-23-15)
Developmentally Disabled May Be Forced To Leave Sonoma County Care FacilityMoney and time are running out for the state's largest center for the developmentally disabled in Sonoma County. Local leaders and families of high-risk patients are working on a plan to keep the Sonoma Developmental Center open. Emily Turner reports. (9-25-15)
AIDS, Cancer Patients Suffer Sticker Shock After 5000% Price Hike Of Life-Saving DrugPatients were hit with massive sticker shock after a 5000% price hike of a life-saving drug for cancer and AIDS patients. Don Dahler talked to the company's CEO.
Walk To End Alzheimer's In San FranciscoDennis O'Donnell was the master of ceremonies at this year's Walk To End Alzheimer's in San Francisco.
Inmate Suffering From Legionnaires Disease Prompts San Quentin To Shut Off WaterWater had to be shut off at San Quentin after a person tested positive for Legionnaires disease, a form of pneumonia spread through water, mist and steam. Joe Vazquez reports. (8-28-15)
Skin MD Weighs In On Drinkable SunscreenDoes drinkable sunscreen really work? Adrienne Moore asks an expert if a sunscreen product really can protect your skin from the inside out.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Announces Wife Is Pregnant And Reveals Previous MiscarriagesThe co-founder of the world’s largest social network used a Facebook post Friday to announce that his wife Priscilla Chan is pregnant with a healthy baby daughter. Betty Yu reports. (7-31-15)
Recreational Marijuana Ballot Initiative Gains Support In CaliforniaPhil Matier spoke with Sky Jones about the push to legalize marijuana for recreational use in California. (7-26-15)
Newsmaker Interview: State Senator Mark LenoPhil Matier spoke with California state senator Mark Leno (D-S.F.) about an announced lifting of the ban on transgender people serving in the military; also the push to restrict e-cigarette sales in California. (7-19-15)
New Feature Film Recounts 70s-Era 'Stanford Prison Experiment' That Went WrongThe Stanford Prison Experiment is well known in the field of psychological research. Now, what happened here in 1971 is being released as a full-length motion picture starring Billy Crudup as professor Philip Zimbardo. Mark Sayre reports. (7-17-15)