Centers for Disease Control
They say money can’t buy happiness. But it may buy sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
Many packaged meals and snacks for toddlers contain worrisome amounts of salt and sugar, potentially creating an early taste for foods that may contribute to obesity and other health risks, according to a new government study.
To the surprise of even health officials, it turns out that most deaths from drinking too much involve middle-aged adults — not teens or college kids.
Anti-smoking ads that invoke responses of fear or disgust are the ones most likely to work, according to a new Centers for Disease Control study.
Too many U.S. infants sleep with blankets, pillows or other unsafe bedding that may lead to suffocation or sudden infant death syndrome, despite guidelines recommending against the practice. That’s according to researchers who say 17 years of national data show parents need to be better informed.
Federal officials are going on the road with new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.
The federal government is ramping up its response to the Ebola crisis after a second Dallas nurse became ill and it was disclosed that she had been cleared to fly a day before her diagnosis.
Customs and health officials at Dulles International Airport are scheduled to begin screening arriving travelers from three West African countries.
A second health care worker at a Dallas hospital who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has tested positive for the disease, the Texas Department of State Health Services said Wednesday.
Federal health officials have confirmed that a patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola.