Florida restaurant employee found with Hepatitis A as epidemic grows.
A new study suggests pushups could be a useful tool for routine doctor visits.
A single source for the contaminated turkey has not been identified.
"We are in an unknown territory situation," infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm said of Chronic wasting disease.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States
Researchers have converted plastic bags into carbon chips for batteries, possibly offering a way to put discarded plastic bags to good use.
Thousands of bugs, bacteria, and fungi live in your home. You may think most live in your toilet, but it isn't the dirtiest place in your home.
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NEW FLU TREATMENT: The FDA has approved a new treatment for the flu, but one Huntsville Hospital doctor says the drug is expensive and may not be as effective for severe cases of flu.
Hunters advised to have game tested
Most of those who died were children, according to the World Health Organisation.
A Wasilla-based seafood distributor is recalling 6.5-ounce cans of smoked salmon which may contain botulism toxin.
Researchers suggest bursts of high intensity workouts, like sprinting, are more effective for weight loss.
In Georgia between Feb. 2 and Feb. 9, the number of people with flu-like symptoms who visited a doctor jumped from 5 percent to 6.3 percent.
The flu vaccine is protecting about half of the people who received it this season, and most people who do become sick have a milder strain of influenza.
Health officials say a bat found inside a Hayward mall last Tuesday tested positive for rabies.
Anti-vaxxers use Facebook to target pregnant women with fear and lies
On Wednesday, the wife of White House Communications Director Bill Shine sent out a tweet in which she decried CNN for mentioning a measles outbreak:
This is the third rabid animal reported in Allegheny County in 2019.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society says at least 900,000 Americans have multiple sclerosis (MS) — easily double the long-accepted figure of 400,000.