An alarming report put out by the Centers for Disease Control shows that the total combined cases of several sexually transmitted diseases have reached an “unprecedented” high in the United States.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention opened an investigation into a multi-state E. coli outbreak linked to ground beef from the Massachusetts-based Adams Farm Slaughterhouse.
Two schoolchildren in California are suspected of having leprosy, but where might they have caught the disease?
Just when we’ve wrapped our minds around the seriousness of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, a new threat is emerging: multidrug-resistant fungus.
The obesity rate among U.S. women continues to tick upward, with the latest study showing that about 40 percent of American women are obese.
However, the obesity rate in U.S. men has stayed about the same over the past decade, the study found.
New cases of the Zika virus, which is linked to birth defects, have been confirmed in the United Kingdom, health officials said.
In today’s edition of extremely gross news, for their Healthy Swimming Program— the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) teamed up with Water Quality, the Health Council and the National Swimming Pool foundation to drop some knowledge about how to stay healthy while swimming and let us really know what’s up with our eyes turning red after a day at the pool.
Spoiler alert: it’s not the chlorine.