WHO is currently investigating a potential polio outbreak in Syria.
WHO urges nations to stop producing and selling lead paint.
The cancer agency of the World Health Organization, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, announced that air pollution is a carcinogen.
With an ambitious plan health officials have shifted their focus on wiping out tuberculosis in children throughout the world.
WHO has called for an emergency committee of international experts to prepare for the potential of a global MERS outbreak.
The World Health Organization has proposed a new set of guidelines that push for faster treatment administered to HIV positive patients with the goal of stoping the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
More than a third of all women murdered worldwide are killed by an intimate partner, according to a new study.
Researchers found the first case of a MERS coronavirus outbreak in Jordan 2012.
A new study found that exposure to tobacco ads could be responsible for teenage smokers.
Tunisia has announced three new cases and one death from the SARS-linked novel coronavirus, which has finally received a name and which has affected 40 people worldwide.
Officials at the World Health Organization said on Sunday that it the new SARs-like coronavirus (NCoV) that has so far killed at least 18 people and infected 34 people in the Middle East and Europe could be passed between people in close contact.
After confirming the first case of coronavirus in France on Wednesday, there have been three new possible cases of the virus.
Five Saudis died after contracting a new SARS-like virus last week and two are in intensive care in Saudi Arabia's Alhasaa province, according to the Saudi Press Agency.
WHO stated that the H7N9 virus in China, which has killed seven people already, cannot be spread via human-to-human contact.
In response to the recent H7N9 bird flu scare in China which has already killed four, Shanghai started culling chickens from the area's poultry dealers on Friday, Shanghai Daily reports.
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.