The former Baywatch bade said she hoped everyone with the virus can avail or afford treatment.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new once-a-day HIV pill.
A team of researchers believe they have found a vaccine that could combat the dangerous RSV virus and protect children.
The West Nile virus is taking a toll on the native bird population within the United States, a new study found.
California health officials reported that the West Nile virus has killed 28 people within the state so far in 2015.
A new CDC report found that only 30 percent of HIV-positive patients have their infection under control.
A new study conducted by the research team is reporting that the drugs can lead to long-term heart problems for the infant.
Staying at other people's homes can increase certain health risks.
A new study found that the majority of the eye infection cases in 2010 could be tied to contact lenses.
A new poll conducted by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal found that 71 percent of Americans would support mandatory quarantines for Ebola health workers.
A new study is reporting that an extract from Japanese mushrooms can help treat HPV.
Passengers on flights that originated from one of the three Ebola-stricken West African nations will have to land in one of the five designated U.S. airports, the Department of Homeland Security announced.
U.S. federal officials have issued stricter guidelines for health care workers to follow when caring for Ebola patients.
The CDC has lowered the temperature threshold for Ebola fever from 101.5 to 100.4.
In a new study, researchers fro Columbia University set out to examine just how dirty NYC rats are and discovered that these rats carry a lot of bacteria and viruses that could be harmful to human health.