Scientists are warning that long dormant diseases might make a comeback. Climate change has caused the permafrost to melt in areas where disease-causing germs may have been buried.
Maryland health officials are worried that the opioid problem has reached crisis levels. They have recently passed two new laws that will specifically address the drug issue.
Scientists are recommending the use of internet-based data as reliable tools for forecasting disease outbreaks.
A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that dementia is on a decline in the past 40 years.
An important news for all the dog owners in US, your pet may be developing a case of H3N2 influence, also popularly known as the dog flu. Veterinarians have warned the pet owners in United States as the virus seems to be spreading across the country
As the world faced a dearth of oral cholera vaccines, the United Nations health agency announced that the supply of medication will double up to six million doses this year after it added another producer to its list of approved suppliers so that they can put up a fight against a disease that kills as many as 142,000 people every year
A report from the British National Health Service (NHS) indicates a surprising resurgence of controllable and preventable diseases dating back from Victoria-era UK.
A panel of global health experts has criticized how the World Health Organization (WHO) handled the West African Ebola epidemic.
Liberia has confirmed a new case of Ebola in a 10-year-old boy on Friday.
In celebration of World AIDS Day, here are five facts about AIDS.
Experts expressed their concerns about a potential TB-diabetes co-epidemic. They are calling for international action to help curb diabetes.
The World Health Organization announced that for the first half of next year, there should be around 200,000 doses of the Ebola vaccine available.
The World Health Organization has declared Nigeria an Ebola-free nation after no new cases have been confirmed for more than six weeks.
The CDC has lowered the temperature threshold for Ebola fever from 101.5 to 100.4.
According to the director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Dr. Francis Collins, the development of the Ebola vaccine was delayed due to complications with funding.