Traveling is about to look a lot different. A Federal judge voided a national mask mandate on airplanes and mass transit. Now, airports and airlines can make their own decisions about face coverings.
At Soda Popinski’s bar in Nob Hill, signs are posted on the front window and door reminding customers to show proof of vaccination before entering. Starting Friday, patrons will only need to show they’re of legal drinking age to sit at the bar.
A new tool is being developed at University of California San Francisco to help identify early signs that a student could be dyslexic. It's a digital platform based on neuroscience called Multitudes, and it will be available for free to all kindergarten and first-graders at public schools in California come fall of 2023.
UCSF Dr. Jeanne Noble spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine as Friday marks two years since the CDC reported the first case of COVID-19 in the U.S.
National Nurses United registered nurses held a national day of action Thursday to demand that hospitals invest more in safe staffing.
Researchers at UCSF said the Binax home test is effective in detecting omicron.
There were more than 1,000 flights canceled Monday within, into or out of the US. The country has seen well over 3,000 flights canceled over the Christmas holiday the past four days.
The U.S. Surgeon General warned of an emerging youth mental health crisis in a rare advisory on Tuesday. The report cited that in the U.S., emergency room visits for suicide attempts rose 51% for adolescent girls in early 2021 as compared to the same period in 2019.