The new fungus C. auris seems very mysterious but we can use what we have learned from studying other fungi to deal with it.
Fatty liver disease is ripping through the Latino community like tsunami and especially affecting children.
A growing number of hepatitis A outbreaks have been occurring across the country since 2016, especially among people living homeless and people who use drugs.
In 2018, a total of 30 women and heterosexual men who drugs inject were diagnosed with HIV, more than four times the number of women and heterosexual male injectors diagnosed in 2017.
While syphilis is still concentrated in cities, its continued spread into places like Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Oklahoma creates a new set of challenges.
A small clinical trial has shown that gene therapy can safely correct the immune systems of infants newly diagnosed with a rare, inherited disorder.
Driving while high increases your chance of getting in a crash, and becomes even more dangerous when combined with alcohol use
Wellness programs failed to make a difference in health measures, such as improved blood sugar, blood pressure or how much employers spent on health care.
Here are some of the most commonly shared myths that can be cleared up immediately, and some truths you can rely on.
Outbreak of Salmonella Newport infections linked to frozen, ground raw tuna from Jensen Tuna.