The first case of the Zika virus in a woman who traveled to the Dominican Republic has been confirmed in Russia.
One case of Ebola in a deceased woman has been confirmed in Sierra Leone.
The very first case of Zika has been confirmed in the United States this year, the CDC reported.
Hawaii experienced an increase in dengue fever cases this past holiday season, health officials revealed.
A new study reported that reductions in mental health emergencies lead to increases in emergency room cases related to mental illness.
Liberia has confirmed a new case of Ebola in a 10-year-old boy on Friday.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that cases of sexually transmitted disease (STDs) peaked dramatically in 2014.
For the first time, a worrying new strain of bird flu has been observed in a wild bird in northern Germany, according to agriculture ministry.
The number of polio cases in Pakistan has plunged to its highest level in 14 years after attacks on immunization teams led to a surge in incidences of the disease, according to health authorities.
According to a new study, the earliest case of cancer was identified in a 3,200-year-old skeleton.
India has been witnessing a polio-free state for the last three years. The achieved landmark is being seen as confirmation of one of the biggest public health successes in the country.
A 45-year-old man in China, whose gums turned black, is diagnosed with mucosal melanoma. Its a rare form of melanoma that happens on the skin and accounts for less than five per cent of cases.
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