A WHO report found that tuberculosis killed as many people as HIV/AIDs did in 2014.
The CDC reported that roughly 40 percent of deaths caused by five main health problems can be prevented.
A new CDC report found that alcohol-related deaths were the most common in working-age adults.
Researchers reported that vaccine-preventable illnesses kill around 30,000 people per year.
Quitting cigarettes is not tied to long-term drastic weight gain, according to a new study.
A new CDC report found that in 2010, 200,007 deaths due to cardiovascular disease could have been prevented.
Researchers found that smoking fewer cigarettes will not necessarily help extend one's lifespan.
A multicenter clinical trial evaluating the effects of a treatment closing a hole in the heart for stroke patients promises good results.