Researchers reported that vaccine-preventable illnesses kill around 30,000 people per year.
Researchers found that a lot of new Medicaid enrollees do not know how to use their insurance.
According to WHO, there will be roughly 22 million new cancer cases per year for the next two decades.
A new study reported that hospitals that share patient records securely with one another could improve emergency department patient care.
A new study reported that obesity can cut one's life expectancy by nearly four years.
In a new report, researchers at Oxfam ranked the Netherlands number one on its list of the world's best place for healthy eating.
China has announced that it plans on creating a clear tobacco control law with clear punishments that would ban indoor public smoking.
The latest CDC report found that Americans are still drinking too much and doctors are failing to talk about alcohol with their patients.
The vending machine industry are now mandated to provide calorie information, an overhaul that will cost the industry around $25.7 million initially.
A new study found that psychiatrists are less likely than other doctors to accept insurance.
Researchers reported that having multiple babies at one time costs at least five times more than having one child.
Researchers from Boston Children's Hospital created an at-home tool for individuals from six different states to monitor their risk of strep throat.
Despite the reduction in cigarette smoking, a new report found that the use of flavored "little" cigars by young Americans has increased.
Researchers studied 30 popular weight loss apps and concluded that these apps were ineffective and a waste of money.
Researchers reported that cancer survivors over the age of 65 living in rural areas are more likely to skip medical treatment and dental care due to costs.