Dr. Maria Raven, the Chief of Emergency Medicine at UC San Francisco, spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine about what people in the Bay Area should know about their own risk to the coronavirus.
A Bay Area infectious disease specialist has developed a test for coronavirus that cuts in half the time it takes to diagnose the illness from current testing methods.
A San Francisco hospital is treating two patients from another California county who previously contracted the coronavirus, health officials said in a news release Monday.
The lab at U.C. San Francisco's Mission Bay campus is a battleground in the race to understand and restrain the new coronavirus that first surfaced in Wuhan, China last month.
Leah Carroll, a patients at UCSF, joins us with her mom, Lindsay Bolin
UCSF researcher Jeremiah Mock explains how he sifted through garbage to see what kids were smoking and vaping.
The garbology study, published in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Morbidity and Mortality weekly report, also highlighted differences among students with different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. Amber Lee reports
A new UCSF study provides evidence that e-cigarettes may be more of a health risk than first thought. Amber Lee reports.
About a dozen U.S. Marines and Blue Angels took time out from their normal Fleet Week duties to visit with some sick children at a San Francisco hospital on Tuesday.
Some high school students on summer break are getting a lesson in construction as they work on an expansion at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.