Cigarette smokers in the state are going to pay $2 more per pack of cigarette.
Lawmakers in California are promoting the repeal of the current HIV/AIDS Criminalization Laws with Senate Bill 239 of Senator Weiner.
A recent study from the University of Southern California has linked that the lessening of air pollution in southern California has greatly facilitated the respiratory health of the child demographic in the area.
New research indicates that strawberry also helps prevent cardiovascular diseases and improve the regulation of blood sugar levels.
The California Board failed to approve a measure on Thursday that would have required adult film stars to use condoms.
The unusually high and worrying suicide clusters in Palo Alto has prompted CDC to launch a “contagion risk” investigation in the affluent Californian town.
US federal regulators from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services blasted blood testing start-up Theranos for lab deficiencies and demanded corrective action within 10 days.
A report filed by seven car with the California DMV shows more than 2,000 instances of human intervention.
Fitbit is currently being sued by customers who are claiming that the device does not accurately read heart rate.
Even though most of the country is in the clutches of rain and snow, the California sky and land is parched dry. Dealing with a drought of some sort, a recent study released by Carnegie Institution for Science has revealed what the drought is doing to the iconic forests of California.
The new law came into effect on January 1. Women will have to share their medical history with qualified pharmacists who can choose to refuse pills.
California has been hit hard by norovirus this fall and winter.
California State officials have partially lifted the ban on rock and Dungeness crabs.
A synthetic version of marijuana known as "spice" has sickened 16 people in downtown San Diego .
New laws in California and Oregon will significantly change how women access birth control.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.