From 2000 to 2009, cancer death rates decreased by 1.8 percent per year among men and by 1.4 percent among women.
Like many things in The City, garbage is a process full of politics and intrigue. And it stinks.
Fracking rules floated in California do little to allay concerns of residents and environmental groups.
New research shows that the Bay Area is among four regions in California with higher than average rates of breast cancer.
Researchers say tuna should be a very limited part of children’s diets, with light tuna being safer than albacore.
Supervisor David Campos wants to take another look at surcharges and employee accounts for The City’s universal health program.
West Portal’s Cafe For All Seasons was ordered closed after colonies of cockroaches were uncovered by inspectors. Yuck.
Two students sickened by chickenpox have prompted SF State health officials to warn about possible exposure on campus.
A new treatment that involves injecting an animal’s own stem cells into arthritic joints is working wonders on a San Rafael dog.
What started off as a scrape on Lori Madsen’s arm quickly turned into a fight for her life.
Residents are being asked to be extra careful after a second animal on the Peninsula tested positive for the West Nile virus.
Most restaurants surveyed by a grand jury that collected money for employee healthcare ended up just pocketing much of the money.
Keep your hiking boots high and tight this summer because California is crawling with snakes.
An influx of newly insured patients under President Obama’s healthcare law could further strain California’s underfunded healthcare system.
We tell our kids to eat right. Then we send them to school to eat congealed mashed potatoes and mystery meat?