The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported last week that flu season officially reached epidemic level and data this week shows influenza is now widespread in 43 states – up from 36 just last week.
According to a new study, nearly one in five high school seniors reported smoking hookah this past year.
The winter Olympic Games may struggle to find host cities in the future, with Russia’s unprecedented spending on the Sochi games proving a success for the county’s image but not for the future of the games themselves.
An anti-biotic resistant “superbug” that has long affected hospitals and other health-care locations around the world has now found a new “reservoir” location: inside U.S. homes.
Fewer male infants in the U.S. are being circumcised, and new research finds that nearly half of all uncircumcised males will contract a medical ailment related to their foreskin.
White noise machines designed to help infants sleep can exceed the recommended noise limit and cause damage to a baby’s hearing.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say wearing gloves is still not enough to prevent the transmission of pathogens in healthcare settings.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reporting that the flu vaccine has only been 62 percent effective amid 47 states reporting widespread illness.
The American Heart Association has released a new list of foods that are too salty.
He did the first interview with O.J. Simpson after the Nicole Simpson trial and worked on 48 Hours.