Bacterial disease, Meliodosis, is more common than previously thought, a new study said.
The very first case of Zika has been confirmed in the United States this year, the CDC reported.
Health officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention disclosed that three elephants at an Oregon Zoo passed on a passive form of tuberculosis to humans after close contacts with zoo staff members in 2013.
Health officials have confirmed the first case of Zika on the island of Puerto Rico.
California has been hit hard by norovirus this fall and winter.
Researchers find a link between childhood asthma and shingles.
A swine flu outbreak in Iran has taken 112 lives so far since mid-November, the country's media reported on Monday.
Officials report 32 norovirus outbreaks in California since October 2015.
A new strain of norovirus also known as ‘winter-vomiting disease’ is blamed for the recent upsurge of gastrointestinal illnesses across the US which is expected to increase by 50% as the winter season sets in.
A new strain of norovirus has been linked to several outbreaks across the United States.
Tiny pet turtles continue to spread salmonella throughout the United States, a new study reported.
A team of Spanish researchers developed a vaccine that was found effective in protecting camels from MERS infection, a breakthrough study suggests.
According to a new study, the vaccine that offers protection against MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) is effective in camels
At least 1,000 people, including more than 300 infants, at a California hospital could have been exposed to tuberculosis.
A rare health condition known as rabbit fever is on the rise in humans, health officials reported.