- Gay and bisexual men continue to be the most HIV-affected group in the nation: CDC.
- Just three germs — Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria— cause 91 percent of all multiple state food poisoning outbreaks and more than half the deaths: CDC.
- The FDA and CDC have reported that the human fecal matter-stained cilantro from the Mexican state of Puebla has led to at least 226 cases of cyclosporiasis.
- The CDC has found that many American adults are not meeting the recommended daily intake of fruits or vegetables.
- Despite facing worse socioeconomic barriers, Hispanics maintain better health than whites in many areas of health.
- The CDC issued an alert today to warn of HIV and hepatitis C virus community outbreaks resulting from IV drug use.
- Blue Bell extends recall on ice cream products after three die of food poisoning.
- A new CDC report finds that few doctors speak to their patients about drinking behavior, even if the patient isn't a problem drinker. Just cutting back a little can have significant health benefits.
- The average U.S. lifespan has increased consistently over the past 50 years, federal health officials reported on Monday.
- The scorecard rates U.S. states' disease control and prevention capacity on a scale of one to 10, recording a high of 8 in one state and a low of two in three states.
- After the hearts of three patients were examined, doctors discovered that Lyme disease may be linked to heart inflammation.
‘Cannibal Sandwiches’ Sicken Midwest Residents: CDC Warns Holiday Tradition Is Associated With E.Coli OutbreaksThe CDC says 'cannibal sandwiches,' made with raw ground beef, have been linked to E.coli outbreaks as recently as this year.