Summer means mosquito season as well. Several states have already found bugs carrying the West Nile virus, signalling a need to be more careful of mosquitoes this season, especially when outdoors.
FDA, CDC, and state officials worked together to trace last spring's E. coli outbreak to contaminated canal water in Yuma region in Arizona. The illness flare-up that killed five people across the country is now confirmed as over.
The Medical Board of California slaps Dr. Bob Sears with a 35-month probation after the pediatrician wrongly wrote a vaccination exemption for a 2-year-old patient. The doctor denies any wrongdoing.
An employee of a Hardee's branch in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina is identified as the source of the recent hepatitis A outbreak. Diners of the restaurant are now encouraged to seek vaccination.
Kayla Rahn of Alabama suffered months of massive weight gain and difficulty with moving around. It turns out, there was a massive 50-pound cyst sitting on one of her ovaries.
Drugstore chain Rite Aid announced it would be selling a new drug derived from marijuana components soon. The medication is to be used for reducing seizures among epilepsy patients.
Soon, a single-dose drug for the flu could hit the United States market. The groundbreaking baloxavir marboxil is hailed for being potent, quick, and very effective against influenza symptoms.
Post-partum hemorrhage accounts for so many deaths every year, especially in developing countries. A new drug is expected to be the solution.
National HIV Testing Day is on June 27, an annual reminder to make HIV testing a part of routine health care. One out of seven HIV infected people in the United States are unaware of their infection — so get tested today.
Researchers found an alarming rate of cancer prevalence among flight attendants in the United States. The study underlined the numerous dangers associated with cabin crew jobs, suggesting airlines to work on minimizing the risks for the employees.
Is this finally a cure for cancer? Doctors tried treating an aggressive form of brain cancer with the poliovirus and achieved a round of promising results.
Store owners found blue lighting as a creative way to keep drugs out of their bathrooms. It reportedly makes it difficult to shoot up, however, critics clap back at the idea.
In a landmark move, the United States Food and Drug Administration approved prescription medicine with marijuana for the very first time. Epidiolex is expected to treat epilepsy-related seizures.
Nicole Arteaga went to Walgreens following a heartbreaking miscarriage, but a pharmacist denies her the prescription medication that she needed. It's something that she says no woman should ever experience.