School leaders and first responders are being credited with saving Heather Freligh's life at Freiler School in Tracy where the eighth grader stopped breathing and suffered an apparent cardiac arrest Friday.
Registered nurses at the University of California, San Francisco say they have seen an increase in workplace violence since the medical center imposed a hiring freeze four months ago.
Thousands of Dreamforce attendees packed Chase Center Wednesday for the Dreamfest benefit concert featuring the Foo Fighters. The event raised an estimated $6.5 million for the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.
Dreamforce is back in San Francisco, bringing an estimated 40,000 attendees to the city for the annual Salesforce event that lasts from September 12-14th this year.
If you are looking for inspiration, sit for a moment with Wilson Du and listen to his story. It was 2016 and he was just 34-years old, working hard, and playing harder when his kidneys failed.
UCSF Health is in talks to acquire St. Mary’s Medical Center and St. Francis Memorial Hospital in San Francisco from Dignity Health, a Catholic hospital chain. But some doctors are concerned the community hospitals will lose their identity and culture.
According to a new study by the University of California, San Francisco, emergency departments in California have been struggling to keep up with patient demand during the last decade.
A security guard at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center has been charged with a series of thefts involving over $200,000 worth of Apple devices specifically designed for medical staff use, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office announced on Thursday.
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy released an 81-page report Tuesday, saying loneliness is an epidemic that has turned into a nationwide public health problem.
The kick-off to Oakland Restaurant Week coincides with the third anniversary of the Bay Area's COVID shelter-in-place order. Restauranteurs are happy to have rooms full of people once again.
At San Jose’s Christmas in the Park event, families enjoyed dazzling lights, kiddie rides, and festive performances. The outdoor event is a holiday favorite but this year, some people chose to enjoy the celebration masked up.
Zuni Café on Market Street in San Francisco is temporarily closed due to an upsurge in COVID cases amongst staff. Doctors say four respiratory viruses are currently circulating.
On this Giving Tuesday we’re highlighting the life-saving care provided by UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals.
A surge in RSV cases and other winter viruses has prompted some Bay Area hospitals to set up overflow spaces to accommodate more patients.
Syphilis cases have continued to rise over the last seven years and officials say informing people about the spread is crucial to protecting women and their babies.
First Lady Jill Biden is in the Bay Area to spend a day in San Francisco meeting with researchers at UCSF’s cancer center, followed by a women’s luncheon hosted annually by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The 1.5 mile swim began at Little Marina Green in San Francisco at 9:30 a.m., bringing 200 swimmers and roughly 100 volunteers together for the same goal---to provide meaningful funding to UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals in San Francisco and Oakland
Thousands tuned into a town hall on the ongoing monkeypox outbreak, hosted by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. San Francisco accounts for around 30 percent of the state's cases,
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have relaxed some guidelines around COVID-19.
Monkeypox vaccinations in San Francisco shifted into high gear on Tuesday where the city distributed approximately 10,000 doses it received from the federal government.