Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Tie the knot, see a doc? A new study says men are more likely to get medical checkups if they’re married rather than just living with a woman.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wants to help tourists avoid traveler’s diarrhea, so it created a smartphone app called Can I Eat This?
According to a new study, suicides are more likely to happen after midnight.
The baby recession may be at an end: After a five-year span in which the number of children born in the United States dropped each year, 2013 saw a minute increase.
Health officials on Wednesday backtracked on an earlier report that a mysterious Middle East virus had apparently spread from one person to another in the United States.
A recent study out of Sweden has revealed that younger siblings are more likely to commit suicide than firstborns or older siblings.
Swimming pools are a much greater danger to black children and teens than they are to other kids, a new government study shows.
Researchers suggest improvements in lifestyles and public health policies could prevent tens of thousands of deaths each year.
Marital stress exposes couples to depression, including a greater inability to enjoy positive experiences in life.
Drowning replaces traffic accidents as the leading cause of accidental deaths for boys age 1-4; second leading cause for girls in that age group.