A new study found that the majority of the eye infection cases in 2010 could be tied to contact lenses.
A new study found that college athletes in contact sports were more likely to be carriers of MRSA.
Despite the focus that has been placed on the Ebola outbreak a new poll revealed that many Americans do not know what Ebola is and how the virus gets transmitted.
The Ebola outbreak has killed 672 people so far in Africa.
A new study reported that high school lacrosse players have a high risk of getting concussions and other injuries.
WHO announced that MERS is not a public health emergency.
Harvard professor debunks claim that selfies are spreading head lice in teenagers.
A mother's touch can last for decades. The benefits of early skin-to-skin contact with mothers are apparent even a decade after birth, according to a new study on premature babies.
Mothers who hold their babies right after birth are more likely to breastfeed, a new study suggests.
A San Diego man was infected with a smallpox-related virus after having sexual contact with someone who had recently been vaccinated, according to a new government report. The new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that the infected 24-year-old man then passed the virus along to another unvaccinated individual during sexual activity in a process called tertiary transmission.
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