Most teenagers do not report incidences involving online risks in order to keep their parents from freaking out.
A WHO report found that tuberculosis killed as many people as HIV/AIDs did in 2014.
Ebola is spreading up to nine times faster in parts of Sierra Leone than two months ago, according to a new report.
Family doctors may not be picking up the signs of lung cancer and investigating them as appropriately as they might, suggest the findings of a new study.
Earth's ozone layer has increased for the first time in 35 years, according to a new United Nations report.
The world is getting warmer because of greenhouse gases reaching historic highs, another report has concluded.
The antiviral drug Tamiflu helped in reducing the risk of death by around 25 percent among adults who were hospitalized during 2009 H1N1 swine flu pandemic, a new report has claimed.
A study released in February that claimed plunge by 43 percent in obesity rate for pre-school children has been discredited by experts. The report was also cited by first lady Michelle Obama who said it was sign that her health and wellness 'Lets Move' campaign was effectively working.
Despite recession, spending on health care for children increased between 2009 and 2012. The spending covered by employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) was recorded to rise on an average by 5.5 percent per year.
Researchers reported that over 14 percent of American women are prescribed narcotic painkillers during pregnancy.
In the past decade, the sources of caffeine consumed by young adults have become more varied without an increment in the overall intake, a new research has found. However, there has been a decline in the soda intake.
The Natural Resources Defense Council reported that the FDA approved 18 "high risk" antibiotics for farm use.
Report published by two top American scientific agencies NOAA and NASA have confirmed that the trend of global warming is continuing.
The American College of Emergency Physicians gave the United States an overall grade of a "D" when it came to emergency care.
Pregnancy rates in U.S. is declining 10 per cent each for married and unmarried women for the past 23 years, a new report shows.