Over the past five years, Long Beach has seen a dramatic increase in rates of sexually transmitted diseases, mirroring a nationwide trend of record jumps in cases of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia.
The Long Beach Health Department on Wednesday was warning of a possible risk of measles exposure from a person who traveled through Long Beach Airport to San Francisco on two separate occasions while infected.
For the first time in nearly a decade, Long Beach reported no cases of West Nile Virus in 2018, health officials said Thursday.
Long Beach resident Curtis Kaiser, who was diagnosed with a rare disease, is searching for a kidney donor.
Los Angeles County so far has seen two types of Aedes: the Asian Tiger Mosquito, native to Southeast Asia, and the Yellow Fever Mosquito, native to Africa. Both are found throughout the world.
The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) is holding its annual Moving Day L.A. event, a fundraising walk for Parkinson’s disease (PD), in Long Beach, the foundation announced Tuesday.
BREATHE California of Los Angeles County is utilizing some of their funds to host assemblies at schools throughout LA County this summer as part of their “No to Tobacco” prevention program.
Long Beach is ranked as one of the top 10 U.S. cities to visit for health-conscious travelers seeking to vacation in July.
Five acres of undeveloped land adjacent to the Long Beach Airport will soon be home to a medical office park that is to house several of the city’s leading outpatient healthcare groups.
Meet Long Beach’s Code For America team: three diverse tech lovers who have put their respective lives on hold to embark on a year-long fellowship with the so-called “Peace Corps for Geeks,” a nonprofit that since 2009 has helped municipal governments work better through the creation of custom technology projects.