The CDC reports that fighting infectious diseases would be more effective if the U.S. worked with other countries.
Researchers reported that infertility treatments have declined from 8.5 percent to 6 percent.
The latest CDC report found that Americans are still drinking too much and doctors are failing to talk about alcohol with their patients.
The CDC reported that last year's vaccine prevent 6.6 million influenza cases.
Nearly 2,000 students at the Ivy League waited in line to receive the imported emergency meningitis vaccine.
The total number of reported cases of measles in U.S. this year is around three folds more than the annual average, health officials reported.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) continues to affect more and more U.S. children, a new study finds.
The CDC reported that even though fewer high school teenagers are smoking cigarettes, hookah and e-cigarette usage rates have risen.
The CDC reports that the warning labels on children's cough and cold medications helped reduce the number of emergency department visits in toddlers under three.
USPlabs has issued a voluntary recall of its OxyElite Pro products after they were tied to causing an outbreak of liver illnesses.
The number of malaria cases in United States is highest since 1971, a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention affirmed.
In order to protect children with food allergies, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recently issued its first guidelines to schools.
The NIH reported that for every week the government is shut down, nearly 200 patients will be turned away from new clinical trials.
The CDC reported that flu vaccination rates increased for children and adults during the 2012-2013 flu season.
At least two million Americans fall ill from antibiotic bacteria every year and at least 23,000 die from those infections, according to a report released by CDC on Monday.