Los Angeles County officials have reported limited local transmission of monkeypox, with some recent cases involving people who attended large events and infected people who haven’t traveled out of state.
Riverside County reported its first probable case of monkeypox this week while the number of confirmed cases continues to grow throughout California.
In California, wildfires caused by humans grow faster and become hotter than wildfires sparked by lightning, the studies show.
Summer vacation is starting and kids won’t be gathering at school by the hundreds. Will that help stem a COVID-19 surge?
Cancer researchers fear that shrinking funding for a program that tracks cancer cases across California could threaten its future.
The number of confirmed and suspected monkeypox cases in California climbs to six as officials in L.A. County and San Francisco said they were prepared to see more cases.
Stanford researchers examined how land is sinking in the San Joaquin Valley, finding that slowing or halting subsidence requires rising water levels.
Once upon a time — before P-22 or Grumpy Cat — a rogue gator lurked in an L.A. lake. He was captured 15 years ago today. Where is he now?
The state and L.A. County have worked hard to make Naloxone more widely available. One of the hurdles, though, has been the price of the inhalable version, Narcan.
Overdoses claimed some 107,000 lives last year in the U.S. Public health advocates, researchers and activists want to help people find out what is in their drugs.
The Biden administration announced Tuesday that each U.S. household can order eight free at-home test kits, on top of the eight previously made available.
The moon was eclipsed for about 1½ hours, one of the longest totalities of the decade.
The added heat from global warming has made drought-stricken lands extra-dry. It will take more precipitation than usual to end it.
Mind and body are both implicated when your body hurts. Recognizing the connection is crucial to treating pain.
Over 10 months, COVID-19 vaccines prevented more than 1.5 million infections and about 20,000 deaths in California, a new study estimates.