Tech companies are offering a slew of new products to help consumers improve the quality and quantity of their sleep.
For years, doctors have been working on a way to help people with sickle cell disease, a genetic condition that causes chronic pain as well as life-threatening strokes and organ damage.
It’s early, but officials say the current flu season is shaping up to be gentler than last winter’s unusually brutal one.
An alarming new report shows how the drug overdose epidemic is impacting middle-aged women.
The San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department has released the county’s first-ever community health improvement plan.
A San Luis Obispo County resident has died from complications of the flu, the County Public Health Department announced on Wednesday.
The U.S. cancer death rate has hit a milestone: It’s been falling for at least 25 years.
Starting this year, hospitals are now required to post prices for procedures online, but some health care experts warn it’s not as straightforward as it might appear.
For many women, getting a mammogram can be an excruciating experience, keeping them from making an appointment for their yearly exam.
California State Parks is inviting people to usher in 2019 in a fun and healthy way with a First Day Hike.
2018 may be coming to a close, but flu season is in full swing.
It’s almost time to ring in the new year and for many, that means making resolutions.
Americans will soon be able to check hospital websites for a price list of items and services they provide.
The FDA has approved a new vaccine that protects children against six diseases.
When visiting with family and friends this week, the goal is to spread holiday cheer, not germs.
People in San Luis Obispo County who are signing up for Covered California have some help navigating the process.
Fitbit just compiled its user data for 2018, and the statistics are good news for the Central Coast.
Vaping among teenagers has reached an all-time high and there’s no sign kids are quitting any time soon.
Spending too much time cramped in cars or planes during holiday travel can lead to a dangerous condition: blood clots.
Drug overdose deaths have skyrocketed in recent years, and a new report shines a harsh light on one incredibly dangerous drug, fentanyl.