Not enough evidence shows whether screening for and treatment of asymptomatic low vitamin D levels improves health outcomes.
Patients need clear, step-by-step instructions when collecting their own nasal samples so that SARS-CoV-2 can be detected if present.
U.S. overdose deaths rose in early 2019 and the COVID-19 pandemic is worsening this trend.
A rising number of Americans have obesity, a risk factor for several diseases and severe COVID-19 complications.
Cases of acute flaccid myelitis, a rare illness that can cause paralysis mainly in children, are expected to increase this year.
As flu season nears and COVID-19 continues to spread, newly developed tests can use a single respiratory sample to distinguish between the flu and COVID-19.
The new guidelines call for stand-alone HPV testing as preferred method of screening, and for delaying the start of screening from age 21 to 25.
Ensuring access to screening and timely treatment for all pregnant women can reduce cases of newborn syphilis, says a new CDC report.
A new study adds to the evidence that screening for and treating health conditions in teens could reduce risk of heart attacks and strokes later in life.
Experts recommend screening people who have certain inherited genetic variants or strong family history of pancreatic cancer.