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Youth-driven South LA partnership receives $75,000 to continue health disparities initiative; Planning grant will extend programs in the community and at Jefferson High School that foster better community health and human development Written by LAWT News Service
Conjoined Twins in Haiti Separated by Surgeons From Children's Hospital Los Angeles and Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California Written by LAWT News Service
Creating stronger paths for health and learning for Written by Sandra Jordan
Black immigrants stand to benefit if ‘Health Care For All’ bill passes state Written by Thandisizwe Chimurenga
Obama: Stereotypes on left, right a hurdle to ending poverty Written by NANCY BENAC
Getting Medical: Signing Up and the Benefits Written by Manny Otiko
South L.A. slum lord blames tenants for poor conditions Written by BILL HETHERMAN
Legal pot in California? Taxes, black market pose challenges Written by MICHAEL R. BLOOD
Michelle Obama launches interactive 'Let's Move' map Written by STACY A. ANDERSON
10 Ebola cases found during Sierra Leone's shutdown Written by CLARENCE ROY-MACAULAY
I Had a Heart Attack Written by George E. Curry
County scrutinizes Healthcare agency’s spending Written by Elizabeth Marcellino
Weather Service warns of record breaking heat this weekend Written by City News Service
Michelle Obama promotes awareness of mental health care Written by STACY A. ANDERSON
UCLA officials ramps up outreach to potentially infected patients Written by City News Service
California weighs new drought rules at restaurants, hotels Written by FENIT NIRAPPIL
Sunday deadline driving health law sign-ups for 2015 Written by Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar,
Rape’s Other Victims Written by Jazelle Hunt
L.A. County Health Officer urges measles vaccinations Written by City News Service
Cedars researchers discover possible cure for blindness Written by City News Service
Health care sign-ups steady as uninsured rate hits new low; Steady enrollment gains for Obama health law over New Year’s holiday period Written by Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar
First Ebola victim may have been infected by bats Written by Mike Stobbe and Jonathan Paye-Layleh
Octogenarian doctor indicted in oxycodone ring Written by City News Service
Don’t let vision get blindsided by diabetes Written by Special to the NNPA from the St. Louis American
Debt and hunger at birthplace of Ebola in Guinea Written by MICHELLE FAUL
Congresswoman Waters commemorates World AIDS Day Written by LAWT News Service
Feeding Your Face Written by Valecia Weeks
Metro, Didi Hirsch partner up for suicide prevention program Written by City News Service
County to spend $41 million to expand mental health service Written by Elizabeth Marcellano