The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 reported that in Europe, viral hepatitis is more deadly than HIV.
According to a new study, researchers found that coffee might be able to reduce the death risk for people with non-viral hepatitis related liver cirrhosis.
According to a new report, the Environmental Protection Agency does not always inform their test subjects about the potenital dangers of participating in their studies
A new review concluded that mammograms for women in their 40s could lead to overdiagnosis.
Being underweight is deadlier than being overweight, according to a new study.
Officials reported that Ebola hemorrhagic fever is responsible for 59 deaths so far in Guinea.
Weight-loss surgery can reduce one's uterine cancer risk by 71 percent, a new study reported.
WHO stated that poor diagnosis is behind the recent surge in multi-drug resistant TB.
A new CDC report found that alcohol-related deaths were the most common in working-age adults.
A new report concluded that obesity could be a "probable" cause of ovarian cancer.
Rising temperatures due to global warming can lead to an increase in malaria cases, according to a new study.
A new study reported that Alzheimer's disease should be ranked third on the list of the leading causes of death right after heart disease and cancer.
A new government study reported that the number of hepatitis C cases have fallen due to a spike in deaths caused by the virus.
Chronic prescription drug abusers get their drugs from doctors, family members and friends, a new government study reported.
The total confirmed number of deaths from the flu in California rose to 302, according to a report from the states health officer. Six of the reported deaths were children.