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LOS ANGELES COUNTY – The Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger to adopt Department of Mental Health recommendations to improve the delivery of quality and humane(more..)


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LOS ANGELES COUNTY – On April 4, 2017, the Board of Supervisors approved Supervisor Kathryn Barger’s motion tasking the Department of Mental Health (DMH) to work with County Counsel in (more..)


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(dailynews.com) California Gov. Jerry Brown issued an emergency proclamation Friday that will allow the state to increase its supply of vaccines amid a hepatitis A outbreak that has killed mor(more..)


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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is strongly opposing the proposed Graham-Cassidy healthcare legislation, saying it would undermine the wellbeing of the County’s most vulnerable po(more..)


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(dailynews.com) Public health officials declared a hepatitis A outbreak in Los Angeles County Tuesday, saying there are now 10 people infected, two of whom are homeless and contracted the potential(more..)


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LOS ANGELES COUNTY — On a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger, the Board of Supervisors directed the Department of Public Health to report back within 14 days on current efforts to prevent a (more..)


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(By Chris Sharp) I remember Jasmine well.  She was either in her playpen or in her wheelchair.  She was maybe 70 pounds and maybe 15 years old.  Since birth, she had lived with a con(more..)


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(dailynews.com) Customers who bought fruit from a streetside vendor in Lancaster last month may have been exposed to hepatitis A, Los Angeles County health officials warned on Monday.

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(dailynews.com) California Department of Public Health confirmed a Los Angeles County resident from the San Fernando Valley was among the first three human deaths from West Nile virus.

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LOS ANGELES COUNTY — Supervisor Kathryn Barger authored a motion unanimously approved by the Board of Supervisors directing the Department of Mental Health to move forward in developing a dat(more..)