Two new studies are reporting that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does a poor job at regulating medical devices.
The CDC reported that the Dallas home where the Ebola patient was staying was properly sanitized and cleaned.
FIFA announced its latest proposal to mandate a three-minute break for any player suspected of suffering from head trauma.
Biosafety experts reported that U.S. hospitals are unprepared to dispose Ebola-related waste safely.
According to Ugandan MPs, the condoms available within the nation are too small for some men.
The first two human trials for GlaxoSmithKline's experimental Ebola vaccine have started, according to health officials from the United States and the United Kingdom.
In a new report, a team of ecotoxicologists examined how the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (USEPA) carried out their evaluations on pesticide safety.
WHO announced that the outbreak cannot be properly contained due to the affected nations' lack of resources and is now calling for an extraordinary response to help prevent the outbreak from worsening.
Even though the summer is almost over, people still have to remember to protect themselves from the heat.
The USDA has revised poultry plant inspections for the first time in over 50 years.
A new CDC report found that only around one in every five sexually active teens gets tested for HIV.
Drunk walking can be just as dangerous as its driving equivalent. New research from Australia reveals that peer pressure is the main driving factor of this type of risky behavior that kills at least two people on the continent every week.
New doctors at Northwestern Memorial Hospital have to go through boot camp before seeing real patients.
A new study found that roughly 20 percent of girls and 12.5 percent of boys have experienced dating violence.
A new government report found that the rate of induced births is declining in the U.S.