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Will GGB Suicide Barrier Reduce Bay Area Jumping Suicides?
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Will GGB Suicide Barrier Reduce Bay Area Jumping Suicides?

A suicide barrier will be built at the Golden Gate Bridge, after years of debate, and research shows that the barrier won't only reduce the number of suicides at the bridge, it will likely result in an overall drop in the number of jumping suicides throughout the Bay Area. Watch »

Sep 19, 2014
3 Found Guilty in Peanut Butter Salmonella Trial

3 Found Guilty in Peanut Butter Salmonella Trial

A federal jury on Friday found the owner of a peanut plant and two workers at the plant guilty in connection with a... Read »

Sep 19, 2014
Most Adults Nix Flu Shots But Rates Up for Children, Pregnant Women

Most Adults Nix Flu Shots But Rates Up for Children, Pregnant Women

As flu season approaches, health officials released data showing that fewer than 40 percent of health adults... Read »

Sep 19, 2014
Doctors Say Not to Worry After Enterovirus Confirmed in California

Doctors Say Not to Worry After Enterovirus Confirmed in California

A rare virus that has sickened dozens of children across the country has been reported in San Diego,... Watch »

Sep 18, 2014
Enterovirus Reported in San Diego

Enterovirus Reported in San Diego

A rare virus that has sickened dozens of children across the country has been reported in San Diego,... Watch »

Sep 19, 2014
Most Adults Nix Flu Shots But Rates Up for Children, Pregnant Women

Most Adults Nix Flu Shots But Rates Up for Children, Pregnant Women

As flu season approaches, health officials released data showing that fewer than 40 percent of health adults... Read »

Sep 18, 2014
Doctor Infected With Ebola Expected to Make Full Recovery

Doctor Infected With Ebola Expected to Make Full Recovery

Dr. Rick Sacra, the Massachusetts aid worker who contracted Ebola in West Africa, is now expected to make a... Watch »

Sep 17, 2014
CDC Confirms Case of Enterovirus in Connecticut

CDC Confirms Case of Enterovirus in Connecticut

A mysterious respiratory illness that has hospitalized children in several states has surfaced in Connecticut,... Watch »

Sep 18, 2014
Cases of Enterovirus Confirmed in NY, NJ, CT: Officials

Cases of Enterovirus Confirmed in NY, NJ, CT: Officials

Authorities have confirmed a case of enterovirus EV-D68 in New Jersey, the first case documented in the Garden State... Watch »

Sep 18, 2014
Artificial Sweeteners May Set Stage for Diabetes

Artificial Sweeteners May Set Stage for Diabetes

New study suggests artificial sweeteners like Sweet 'N Low, Splenda and NutraSweet may hamper the way some people's... Read »

Sep 17, 2014
American Waistlines Are Still Expanding: Study

American Waistlines Are Still Expanding: Study

A study by the Centers for Disease Control reveals that while the body mass index of Americans is stable,... Read »

Sep 16, 2014
Rebecca Alexander Discusses Battle with Usher syndrome Type III

Rebecca Alexander Discusses Battle with Usher syndrome Type III

Life lessons from a Bay Area native who refused to give up. Rebecca Alexander talks to NBC Bay Area's Kris... Watch »

Sep 15, 2014
Who Is Leading the Fight Against Ebola?

Who Is Leading the Fight Against Ebola?

Ebola has killed 2,400 people and infected some 5,000 in the space of a few months, the World Health... Read »

Sep 12, 2014
Best and Worst States to Have a Baby

Best and Worst States to Have a Baby

A new study by WalletHub ranks the best and worst states to have a baby, Today.com reported. Read »

Sep 11, 2014
Kaiser Agrees to Pay $4M Fine

Kaiser Agrees to Pay $4M Fine

Health care giant Kaiser Permanente has agreed to pay a $4 million fine over allegations it denied some... Read »

Sep 10, 2014
Ray Rice Incident Sparks Public Conversation on Domestic Violence

Ray Rice Incident Sparks Public Conversation on Domestic Violence

Domestic violence experts said the video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancĂ©e and the fallout from the attack... Watch »

Sep 10, 2014
What You Need to Know About Enterovirus

What You Need to Know About Enterovirus

An outbreak of an uncommon virus, Enterovirus D68, has made children in a dozen states ill and has left... Watch »

Sep 19, 2014
Enterovirus Puts Bay Area Health Officials on Alert

Enterovirus Puts Bay Area Health Officials on Alert

A respiratory infection that has sent more than a thousand children pouring into emergency rooms across the country... Watch »

Sep 9, 2014
4th Ebola Patient Arrives in U.S. for Treatment

4th Ebola Patient Arrives in U.S. for Treatment

A fourth patient infected with the Ebola virus in West Africa has arrived in the U.S. for treatment. Read »

Sep 9, 2014
Enteroviruses: What You Need to Know

Enteroviruses: What You Need to Know

An outbreak of an uncommon virus, Enterovirus D68, has made children in 22 states ill and has left... Watch »

Sep 19, 2014
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