The rate of new diabetes cases within the U.S. has declined by nearly 20 percent, the CDC reported.
Australian researchers reported that scarlet fever is slowly making a comeback.
California health officials reported that the West Nile virus has killed 28 people within the state so far in 2015.
Overweight and obesity are the reasons for almost nearly half a million new cancer cases in adults every year, according to a new study. A quarter of these cases are "realistically avoidable," according to the authors.
A new study found that the cost to treat skin cancer has skyrocketed in comparison to the costs of treating other cancers.
Americans should expect more cases to emerge in the country by year's end, warn top medical experts studying the spread of Ebola.
Experts expressed their concerns about a potential TB-diabetes co-epidemic. They are calling for international action to help curb diabetes.
The WHO reported that last year, there were nearly half a million more tuberculosis cases than previously estimated.
New Ebola cases could reach 6,800 in West Africa by the end of this month, if new control measures are not enacted, warned a new study.
The CDC and other health officials throughout the world stressed the importance of tackling the Ebola outbreak now.
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that despite efforts to control the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the number of cases could potentially spike up to 20,000 before the outbreak is over.
A new study found that parents, particularly richer ones, are reporting more cases of disability in their children.
Officials report that the mosquito-born chikungunya virus might be on the rise in the U.S.
The CDC found that from 2010 to 2012, the number of diabetes cases increased by nine percent to 29 million.
A new study found that in eight years, the rates of type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes in children have increased.