LA Times - Health

Tuesday th 1st of September 2020

Crew death renews concerns over film set safety amid COVID-19 - 08:30

Column: A new California law is kicking in that will help keep debt collectors at bay - 08:30

Zoom overload, COVID-19 hardship: Thousands of kindergartners vanish from local schools - 07:30

Op-Ed: How politics and muddled CDC messaging helped doom U.S. efforts to fight coronavirus - 05:30

Riding the ups and downs of O.C. coronavirus trends, South Coast Plaza reopens — again - 05:30

Letters to the Editor: Warp-speed vaccine manufacturing sickened 40,000 kids with polio in the 1950s - 05:30

California renters poised to receive COVID-19 eviction protections under plan sent to governor - 00:30

California legislators cap off session with several COVID-19 protection bills - 00:00

Monday th 31st of August 2020

California's deadliest month of the COVID-19 pandemic is August - 18:50

Goodbye, nasal swabs? Saliva tests can detect coronavirus infection, studies show - 17:30

South Coast Plaza reopens for indoor shoppers as California relaxes some COVID-19 restrictions - 15:00

One man dead following shooting at Arcadia house party - 12:30

Biden to denounce Trump for dodging responsibility, making America unsafe - 12:01

LAUSD enrollment decline continues during online learning, with unexpected 6,000 kindergarten drop - 11:30

Disinfectant and an Airbnb made our summer vacation possible - 10:30

At Monterey Bay Aquarium, the sea animals are doing great but business is tanking - 09:00

Op-Ed: Missing the comfort of 'my' seat in synagogue when the whole world is askew - 05:30

Sunday th 30th of August 2020

L.A. County reports 1,030 new COVID-19 cases, while hospitalizations continue dropping - 19:00

Trump and allies seek to turn violence at protests to his advantage - 15:10

The pandemic is speeding DMV's road to modernization. For visitors, it's still no day at the beach - 08:10

Could the coronavirus make for a lighter flu season? - 08:10

Op-Ed: Pouring wine as Napa burns: Between the fires and the pandemic, who will visit when we reopen? - 05:50

Foster Farms to temporarily close poultry plant where eight workers have died - 00:30

Saturday th 29th of August 2020

L.A. County reports 1,339 new coronavirus cases, 27 deaths - 19:10

When can schools reopen under new state rules? It's all about color-coded tiers and waivers - 10:21

Column: Fired as a hotel housekeeper when she got COVID-19, she now has no income or healthcare - 09:20

Holocaust reparations, prescriptions and rent checks: USPS delays put Americans in jeopardy - 07:30

Friday th 28th of August 2020

Orange County wants justices to reopen schools statewide. Experts say it's a long shot - 19:30

San Francisco announces plans for outdoor hair, nail services - 18:10

The rotten-smelling corpse flower is about to bloom. Here's how to watch it live. - 18:10

Letters to the Editor: An eviction apocalypse looms for California, but not in L.A. Here's why - 17:40

Look inside this cheerful Silver Lake bungalow to see how to create joy on the cheap - 17:40

California lawmakers reach deal for new eviction protections that would last through January - 16:50

Newsom unveils sweeping new coronavirus reopening rules for schools, businesses in California - 14:50

From hospital bed to jail cell: South Korea brings the hammer down with coronavirus prosecutions - 13:30

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust changes its name, putting history first - 09:30

Preschoolers are mask-licking germ bombs — yet few catch the coronavirus, data show - 09:30

LAUSD's liberal student attendance policy raises eyebrows - 09:00

Monopoly, video games, study groups: How COVID-19 is spreading at USC - 08:30

Dangers of third coronavirus surge in California focus on young people, essential workers - 07:30

Letters to the Editor: 'Make America Normal Again' is a stunningly ridiculous argument for Trump - 05:30

Letters to the Editor: Trump is gravely undermining public confidence in a COVID-19 vaccine - 05:30

Editorial: The CDC's incredibly bad coronavirus testing advice - 05:30

After 8 workers die of COVID-19, officials want Merced County Foster Farms plant closed - 00:01

Thursday th 27th of August 2020

Will Hurricane Laura evacuations trigger a coronavirus surge? - 20:00

O.C. hopes history doesn't repeat itself as it anticipates reopening guidelines - 20:00

Deadly reality of COVID-19 pandemic clashes with RNC rhetoric - 20:00

New $300-a-week unemployment benefits coming soon, California officials say - 18:40

California Senate Republicans under COVID-19 quarantine, not allowed in state Capitol - 15:40

Contra Costa County allows gyms, nail salons and massage services to reopen outdoors - 15:11