Most flu cases so far this season are due to Influenza B, a strain of the virus that usually doesn’t appear until February or March.
Although news from a recent report is encouraging, the number of people affected by antibiotic-resistant infections is still too high.
Vitamin D and fish oil supplements have little effect in reducing systemic inflammation linked to many chronic diseases.
The CDC issues a warning as rising numbers of e-cigarette or vaping products use associated lung injuries and deaths are being reported.
Among the most concerning statistics from the CDC’s annual report on STDs is the sharp increase in infants born with syphilis.
Women from specific ancestries or who have family or personal history of BRCA-related cancers should get risk assessments from their primary care provider.
More than two dozen cases of Eastern equine encephalitis virus infection have been reported and at least ten people have died from EEE this summer.
The recommendation to screen all adults at least once for hepatitis C is based on improved treatments and increasing rates of hepatitis C in younger adults.
The updated Yellow Book has tips for safeguarding your health while traveling abroad and may be particularly helpful for students heading overseas at this time of year.
The FDA has approved a modified two-tier testing process that is anticipated to simplify the interpretation of Lyme disease test results and improve detection of Lyme disease earlier on following infection.