A new forecast predicts San Diego County will need more than 200,000 nurses, aides and other allied health workers by 2030. The California Wellness Foundation report says the... 10 hours ago | KPBS |  
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved four H1N1 swine flu vaccines, with the first doses expected to be available within four weeks. September 16, 2009 | KFMB |  
About 800 members of the California Hospital Association met in Sacramento Tuesday to prepare for a possible swine flu epidemic this fall. One key issue the state’s hospitals face... September 16, 2009 | KPBS |  
Localities that ban smoking in bars, restaurants and other public places witness a quick drop in heart attacks, two new studies show. 14 hours ago | KFMB |  
People suffering from the flu may be at higher risk for having a heart attack, especially those with heart disease and diabetes, British researchers report. 17 hours ago | KFMB |  
With all the warnings and preparations, dire predictions and hastily ordered vaccines, could the growing worry about H1N1 swine flu prove more disruptive than the actual outbreak? 17 hours ago | KFMB |  
Marines have been at the forefront of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. And the stress has taken its toll on their families back home. Marine Corps officials say they're aware of... 19 hours ago | KPBS |  
Doctors have known for many years that African Americans are more likely to suffer glaucoma. A UC San Diego ophthalmologist has found a genetic clue that may explain why. 19 hours ago | KPBS |