At least 48 people who might have been infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone have yet to be found, the WHO said.
The American Red Cross is advising people who have traveled to a Zika-infection region to wait 28 days before donating blood.
Sitting can increase risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study reported.
Antiperspirants and deodorant can change the community of bacteria in the armpits, a new study found.
Jimmy Carter's latest scan showed no signs of cancer.
When surgical trainees choose to work longer hours, the quality of patient care does not decline, a new study reported.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated vaccine recommendations for HPV.
Exposing C-section babies to their mother's bacteria could lead to healthy microbiome development, study says.
The Zika virus that has been spreading throughout the Americas could travel to Asia and Africa, the WHO said.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has begun deliberations on Monday to determine whether or not Zika should be declared a global health emergency.
CVS stores in Ohio have plans to make the heroin antidote drug more available
Cancer killed nearly 7,500 people from China per day in 2015.
Dogs can read human facial expressions, a new study is claiming.
Bed bugs have grown resistant to a widely used type of insecticides called neonicotinoids, a new study reported.
A zika vaccine could be available for emergency use before the end of 2016, a Canadian scientist said.
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