Several S.F. Bay Area jurisdictions get “A” for anti-tobacco policies

A number of cities and counties in the San Francisco Bay Area have notably enhanced their policies toward reducing use of tobacco, and California is back on track as an anti-tobacco leader, accordi

Millions of male Americans have cancer-linked HPV genital infections: study

Nearly half of American men are suffering from genital infections caused by sexually transmitted virus and a quarter of them have strains linked with various cancers, according to a new study.

Active lifestyle slows down pace of aging: study

A new study conducted by a team of California researchers have suggested that women can slow the pace of their aging by maintaining an active lifestyle as they get older.

Kaleo Pharma to launch totally free EpiPen alternative

A totally free alternative to the expensive epinephrine auto-injector EpiPen will soon be available in the United States, thanks to the return of Kaleo Pharma’s auto-injector Auvi-Q.

Robotic sleeve helps flabby heart keep pumping

A team of scientists from Harvard University and Boston Children’s Hospital claimed to have developed a robotic sleeve that can encase a slack diseased heart and smoothly squeeze to keep it pumping