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Check your freezers — this is one nasty cause of food poisoning.
A bite from these common critters could land you in the hospital. Here’s what you need to know.
We’re going on Week 22 of flu season, and no, it’s not necessarily too late to get your shot. Here’s what you should know.
Hand hygiene is key, especially in hospitals where health care-related infections can be fatal. Yet new research finds that health care workers may not be doing everything they can to protect us.
The CDC is investigating the cause of a virus that results in weakness in the arms or legs, seems to overwhelmingly afflict children, and has infected 62 people across the country so far this year.
Each flu season brings new strains of the virus that are unpredictable. Getting a flu shot is safe and it is the very best way to protect yourself and others.
Are you currently pregnant or planning to conceive? Take these precautions to help prevent getting Zika.
Certain vaccines will protect you and your baby during your pregnancy and afterward. Learn which ones to get and when.
A former cruise ship doctor explains what you can expect if you need medical care on the ocean.
When you think of vaccines, you probably immediately think about the series of shots given to young children with boosters throughout childhood.