Zika Virus Confirmed in GeorgiaThe Georgia Department of Public Health has confirmed that the first travel related Zika virus case is in Georgia...
Study: Women Nearly Drinking As Much Alcohol As MenA new study reveals that women are nearly drinking as much alcohol as men.
Report: Flu Vaccine Less Effective Than Previously ThoughtHealth officials say this year's vaccine is just 18 percent effective against this year's dominant strain of the flu virus.
Study: Men Who Drink 2 Or More Sodas A Day Have Higher Risk Of Heart FailureA new study finds that those who regular drink soda or sweetened fruit drinks have a higher risk for heart failure.
Health Officials: Teen Girl Contracts Bubonic Plague From Flea BiteA teen girl from eastern Oregon has contracted the bubonic plague, health officials said.
Study: Many Employees Still Work While SickMany employees still head into work despite being sick, according to new research.
Study: Eating Fish May Help Fight Breast CancerA tuna fish sandwich may be just what the doctor ordered for women fighting breast cancer, according to new research.
Too Much Truth: Vaccines Causing Autism?
Study: Ebola Still Lives In Semen Of Survivors For At Least 9 MonthsThe Ebola virus may live in the semen of male survivors at least nine months after patients start showing symptoms, according to new research.
Study: 11 Percent Of Americans Believe HTML Is An STDMore than 1 in 10 Americans believe HTML is a sexually transmitted disease, according to a new study.
Report: 1 In 10 Pregnant Women Drink Alcohol, With Several BingingOne in 10 American pregnant women drink alcohol during their pregnancy, with several binge drinking, according to a new study.
Study: Apples Most Popular Fruit Among ChildrenApples are the most popular fruit among children and account for 29 percent of all fruit consumed by American kids and teens, according to a new study.