This new wearable can diagnose pneumonia three times faster than a doctor can.
New study shows an impending health crisis in the UK due to alcohol, forecasting 135,000 cancer-related deaths in the next 20 years.
Latest study from Scientific Reports reveals that massive wildfires in Indonesia and Borneo had produced unhealthy air pollution, exposing 69 million people and causing thousands of cases of premature deaths.
A parasitic infection called leishmaniasis is now increasingly seen at an alarming rate among American ecotourists and military men from Iraq and Afghanistan.
A new study from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that there is an association between the salmonella outbreaks and the rising trend of keeping chickens as pets.
A report by the United Nations revealed that over 300 million people living in Asia, Africa, and Latin America are at risk in contracting water-borne diseases due to worsening water conditions. Many people in these countries still rely on drinking water sources that are contaminated by fecal matter.
A new study revealed that those living near fracking sites are four times more at risk of having asthma attacks.
Several crops have been reported to produce toxins due to environmental stresses caused by climate change.
Both short- and long-term exposure to vehicle exhaust, coal burning and dust particles may cause high blood pressure, a major risk factor for coronary heart disease.
Symptoms of glyphosate exposure can begin with skin or eye irritation to vomiting, diarrhea and death if intentionally ingested.
The outbreak marks the first time norovirus has been detected in the area. Philippines is yet to have a vaccine for it, making the situation more dangerous than it already is.
According to a new report, bullying should now be recognized as a serious public health problem.
Puerto Rican health officials confirm the first death related to the Zika virus. The island nation is currently experiencing the worst Zika outbreak in all of the U.S. and its territories.
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan seems far from over, but at least there is some hope as President Barack Obama announced a visit to the city and the Senate reached a deal on grants and loans for better water infrastructure.