Chocolate bars including famous brands such as Kit Kat, Yorkie and Aero will contain 10 percent less sugar by next year according to manufacturer Nestle. Just last year, Nestle said their researchers had made a scientific breakthrough by discovering a way to structure sugar differently so that only 40% less is use.
The growing number of evidence of the dangers of too much time spent sitting down have researchers urging policy makers into making it a public health concern.
The texting program has great potential for adoption on a large scale, thus impacting public health, according to researchers.
The recorded cases of "phantom menace" superbug infections in the U.S. have expanded and threaten public health, says the CDC.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that people do not understand the threat that drug-resistant superbugs pose for public health.
New research reveals more evidence that traffic pollution is bad for health.
Helping others may be the secret to long life. A new study reveals that volunteering may improve mental health and promote longevity.
The research may be apply to fields as diverse as malaria treatment and health problems in humans.
Police also discovered 1,100 pounds of condoms that had not been packaged on the premises.
According to a recent study conducted by the World Health Organization, 220 million people are infected with malaria each year.
Lawyers from the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti have issued the United Nations with an ultimatum: either start talks for a compensation claim within 60 days, or the international organization will be taken to court to the tune of billions of dollars.
The man is currently being treated in Douai, a city that is located in the northern portion of the country.
An employee there, who worked as a line cook at the café, was recently found to have typhoid fever and may have contaminated food at his workplace.
Operating with a lean budget of $5,000 from the federal government, the program aims to serve counties in the state that are in the midst of a sexually transmitted infection epidemic among teens.
A recent study has found that dengue fever, nicknamed “bone breaking fever” for the aches that it can cause, occurs three times as often as was previously thought.