A new strain of norovirus also known as ‘winter-vomiting disease’ is blamed for the recent upsurge of gastrointestinal illnesses across the US which is expected to increase by 50% as the winter season sets in.
Cancer appears to have leveled off in affluent countries but dramatically increases in less developed societies as more and more people have become accustomed to unhealthy Western lifestyle and habits.
In celebration of World AIDS Day, here are five facts about AIDS.
A new study is reporting that the world risk spending $250 billion just to monitor the goals set by the United Nations.
A new study reveals that marriage rates are plummeting. Not only are fewer women are getting married; women are waiting longer to walk down the aisle.
In a shameless example of blaming the poor, Cindy Nerger, 28, who relies on food stamps to feed her family, said she was brought to tears after being embarrassed by a manager at a Kroger store in Warner Robbins, Ga
The World Health Organization just released "the largest survey to date on international tobacco use," and while New York seems, to be experiencing record rates of smoke cessation and dwindling numbers of tobacco use, in the rest of world the numbers have soared.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.