The fourth case of meningitis has been confirmed at the University of California Santa Barbara campus.
The CDC will import a meningitis vaccine for students at Princeton University.
Two sisters from Mount Horeb have filed a federal claim that says that a cervical cancer vaccine shut down their ovaries. They also claim that the vaccine has almost left them unable to get pregnant too.
In a new report, two German doctors reported that the Syrian polio outbreak could be a major threat to Europe.
Researchers found that current HPV vaccines do not protect black women against the virus as effectively as they do for white women.
Brazil's top biomedical research and development center announced it plans on creating a combined measles and rubella vaccine for poor nations.
Researchers reported that the flu vaccine appeared to reduce people's risk of suffering from a cardiovascular event.
Los Angeles County has issued an order that requires all healthcare personnel who come into contact with patients to get the flu vaccine or be forced to wear protective masks.
UK drug manufacturing company, GlaxoSmithKline is seeking regulatory approval for RTS,S, the world's first ever malaria vaccine.
Cats might be the savior for people with positive HIV, a new study suggests. The carnivorous mammal may hold a key to developing an HIV vaccine for people.
In near future, a promising new AIDS vaccine may be able to completely eradicate HIV viruses from the body, a new study has claimed.
Based on new numbers, experts believe that the measles case in the U.S. in 2013 will be the worst year since 1996.
Health officials have identified a hatchery in New Mexico as the cause of the salmonella outbreak in the U.S..
Researchers reported that a new malaria vaccine was tested in a small U.S. study and yielded very positive results.
Researchers from the University of Oxford found that one-third of throat cancer cases could be tied to HPV, a sexually transmitted infection.