Public health officials report that at least 39 people have become ill from Campylobacter infection linked to puppies from the retail shops.
“There were some lessons to be learned from Katrina.”
Close quarters make transmission of communicable diseases likely and health care services can become challenging.
“Don’t kiss or snuggle with your turtle,” advises the CDC. “This can increase your risk of getting sick.”
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A study suggests even a 5 percent decline in MMR vaccine adherence could spark a measles outbreak in the U.S.
A new study explores incentivizing HIV care through small monetary awards.
CDC study also shows that more patients suffering from this type of dementia are dying at home rather than in a care facility.
Experts know from the 2014 epidemic that when the deadly virus crosses borders it sticks around for awhile.
A new study also found that web search data following Sheen’s disclosure was a strong predictor of test kit sales.
Cheaper soda is likely to lead to higher rates of obesity, diabetes and cancer worldwide, according to a new report from the CDC and American Cancer Society.
A new report from the CDC suggests the mosquito-borne virus has spiked the risk of births with microcephaly and related defects.
Many Americans think gun violence won’t ever personally touch their lives. The likelihood of knowing someone who has been shot is now more than 99 percent.
Health officials say a fetus had severe congenital defects and also tested positive for the mosquito-borne virus.
Programs urging people not to have sex detract attention and resources from critical health topics that are likely to save more lives.
A new CDC report suggests the number of mothers between ages 15 and 19 has dropped 61 percent since 1991.
The new report finds men are most likely to use firearms, while women choose poisoning.