medicine

Whooping cough vaccine loses punch too fast

NEW YORK (AP) – As the U.S. wrestles with its biggest whooping cough outbreak in decades, researchers appear to have zeroed in on the main reason: The safer vaccine that has been in use since […]

09/12/2012

NFL pledges $30 million for medical research

NEW YORK (AP) – The NFL has pledged $30 million for medical research to the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health. Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Wednesday the funding to the NIH, which is part […]

09/05/2012

Experimental drugs and cancer (audio)

Experimental drug therapy is costly, but sometimes it’s a patient’s only hope. Musicologist Bill Dudley, who usually talks with KFWB’s Maggie McKay and Michael Shappee about music, has the story of a paramedic who is dealing […]

08/24/2012

2 infants contract salmonella in Stanislaus County

(AP) – State health officials are investigating after two babies contracted salmonella poisoning while at a Stanislaus County hospital. County health officials say the first case at Doctors Medical Center in Modesto was reported in […]

07/13/2012

FDA unveils safety measures for opioid painkillers

(AP) — Drugmakers that market powerful painkiller medications will be required to fund training programs to help U.S. doctors and other health professionals safely prescribe the drugs, which are blamed for thousands of fatal overdoses […]

07/12/2012

Victim of flesh-eating disease upgraded to 'good'

(AP) – A Georgia woman battling a flesh-destroying disease has reached another milestone, as doctors have again upgraded her health condition. Hospital officials in Augusta said Monday that Aimee Copeland’s condition has been upgraded from […]

06/25/2012

Kansas revokes doctor's license in abortion case

(AP) – Kansas regulators have revoked the medical license of a doctor accused of performing inadequate mental health exams on young patients she then referred to the late Dr. George Tiller for late-term abortions. The […]

06/22/2012

Caregivers susceptible to developing Alzheimer's

New study reveals that care-givers of patients who have Alzheimer’s disease are susceptible to developing the disease themselves, among a number of other diseases and health problems. Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa, President of Alzheimer’s Research […]

06/19/2012

Typhus scare in the OC

Some feral cats could lose their lives in an effort to reduce the chance of typhus spreading in Orange County. The flea-borne disease turned up in a human recently and public health officials have decided […]

05/29/2012

Cycling risks for male reproductive health

(CNS) – Men who ride bicycles may experience hormonal imbalances that could affect their reproductive health, researchers say in a UCLA School of Nursing study released today. To date, an extensive amount of research has […]

05/21/2012

Money 101 guest info, May 14

Dr. Farid Zarif Specialties: Nutrition Phone: (310) 926-5115 Email: drzarif@drzarif.com Website: http://www.drzarif.com   Dr. David Rizzo Specialties: Podiatry Website: http://www.drroadmap.com

05/14/2012

Money 101 guest info, April 24

Paul Dougherty Specialties: Lasik and cataract surgery Phone: (323) 466-7337 Email: info@doughertylaservision.com Website: http://www.doughertylaservision.com   Dr. Farid Zarif Specialties: Nutrition Phone: (310) 926-5115 Email: drzanf@drzanif.com Website: http://www.drzarif.com

04/24/2012

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