The Center for Disease Control is quick to allay fears that the measles outbreak is not a sign of a comeback of the disease. Most US infections occur in unvaccinated people who come in contact with people carrying the virus.
Thyroid cancer is a rare type of cancer that affects the thyroid gland, a small gland at the base of the neck that produces hormones. Women are two to three times more likely to develop it than men.
Alabama Rot spreads in the UK and poses threat to dog walkers everywhere. Dog owners are advised to consult a vet once symptoms are found.
Most women think that lumps are the only symptoms of breast cancer and are more likely to wait to see their doctor till they felt visible symptoms. However, a new research report from England adds a few more symptoms to breast cancer other than breast Lumps
Fever and teething in infants are not always tied to one another, a new study is reporting.
A sophomore student decided to leave campus as norovirus rages on at the University of Michigan which sickened more than 100 students.
Health officials in Kansas City are investigating a norovirus outbreak after nearly 400 people reportedly got sick after eating at New Theater Restaurant.
A startling report released by the American Heart Association explains how heart attack symptoms differ between men and women.
Alkermes Plc's depression drug failed to meet the primary endpoints in two late stage studies.
DNA sequencing firm, Illumina Inc., creates a spin-off company, GRAIL, to develop of what might be the world’s first accessible and universal blood tests to detect early signs of cancer.
Exercise for depressed patients can lead to a lower risk of heart disease, a new study reported.
According to a new survey, many adults younger than 45 are unaware of what stroke symptoms are.
Local health officials in Hawaii confirmed 182 reported cases of dengue fever- the state’s largest dengue outbreak since World War II.
GlaxoSmithKline's new drug, Nucala is too expensive, the independent nonprofit group, the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER), concluded.
A third of people diagnosed with incurable cancer continue to work, a new study found