The Texas Department of State Health Service announced that all health workers linked to the Ebola case in Dallas will be banned from traveling via planes, trains, buses and ships.
The CDC has lowered the temperature threshold for Ebola fever from 101.5 to 100.4.
In a new study, researchers fro Columbia University set out to examine just how dirty NYC rats are and discovered that these rats carry a lot of bacteria and viruses that could be harmful to human health.
A new study reported that the pneumococcal vaccine can reduce children's risk of acquiring antibiotic-resistant infections.
A new study found that college athletes in contact sports were more likely to be carriers of MRSA.
Five major U.S. airports will start screening more diligently for any signs of Ebola in passengers traveling from any of the three affected Wes African countries.
Researchers have shown a strong association between tobacco use or exposure and infection with oral human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV16). HPV16 is the sexually transmitted virus responsible for mouth and throat cancers worldwide.
According to a new study, even though hospital visitors, staff members and medical professionals are sanitizing their hands, hospital patients are not doing it enough.
Since August, a respiratory virus has been circulating throughout 45 states within the U.S and here are 6 things you need to know about the enterovirus 68 outbreak.
In order to end rabies throughout the world, experts stated that mass dog vaccinations in troublesome areas are needed.
Brazilian researchers have released genetically modified mosquitoes to fight dengue fever.
Biosafety experts reported that U.S. hospitals are unprepared to dispose Ebola-related waste safely.
According to health officials, more than 700 infants from Texas might have been exposed to tuberculosis.
According to a new study, the longer people stay at the hospital, the more likely they will get infected with drug-resistant bacteria.
A respiratory virus could be sending hundreds of children to hospitals in the Midwest.