The Food and Drug Administration is revisiting its decision not to regulate homeopathic products. Continue reading →
The death toll is rising, but the number of new cases is slowing, says the World Health Organization.
Feces-contaminated water causes illness and death for nearly 1 million children under the age of 5 ever year, according to the United Nations. And 14% of the global population has to defecate in the open. Trace explains why toilets matter so much.
A visitor to Seattle says a stranger attacked him with an AIDS-infected needle, but it may be an urban legend. Continue reading →
An American doctor and aid worker who contracted Ebola in Liberia were set to leave an Atlanta hospital on Thursday after a full recovery.
Many potential drug cures remain in the laboratory -- and one treatment won't fit all.
Dirty needles and other carelessness can spread serious diseases among acupuncture patients.
Wall will block groundwater from nearby hillsides that has been flowing under the plant and mixing with polluted water already there.
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