The cancer death rate in the United States dropped by a staggering 25 percent in the past 25 years.
A Northern Illinois resident who recently died after being diagnosed with a blood infection called Elizabethkingia was reportedly had the same strain of bacteria that caused multiple deaths in Wisconsin, said the Illinois Department of Public Health on Tuesday.
For years, dieticians and health officials thought that vegetable oils are believed to be good for the heart since they contain polyunsaturated fatty acids though to help lower the cholesterol level.
Two new studies prove that clot-busting drug (tPA) potentially reduces the number of deaths linked to patients with hemorrhagic stroke.
Men who survive prostate cancer have a higher risk of death from other diseases, a new study is reporting.
Hospice patients rarely get a visit from a medical professional within the last two days of life, a new study reported.
A fourth patient at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center who contracted an infection during a mold outbreak last year has died.
Sitting can increase risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study reported.
A startling report by the Nordic Cochrane Center and University College London (UCL) revealed a startling conclusion linking anti-depressants with doubled suicide risks in children and teens.
Former Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson gets her 20 lost years back after getting cured from Hepatitis C three months ago.
Women who smoke have a better shot at surviving after a breast cancer diagnosis if they quit the habit, a new study is reporting.
A government-commissioned study in Japan shows that the average cancer survival rate for 10 years is 58.2% but maintains that mortality still varies according to cancer type.
A listeria outbreak across six states has left one dead and 11 hospitalized, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported.
Skin cancer that is diagnosed in women during or after pregnancy tend to be deadlier, a new study reported.
A sparsely-populated town in rural Alabama is currently experiencing an alarming increase of tuberculosis incidence rate that already resulted in three deaths and 47 confirmed infections.
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