U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2015/07/05 10:52
2015/07/05 10:52
12h
... the most expensive way to practice healthcare. It requires hospitalization, pricey tests and specialists that inflate the cost of care. Obamacare is turning that on its head. We're placing a...
2015/07/05 10:52
2015/07/05 10:52
Latest videos
2015/07/05 04:45
2015/07/05 04:45
18h
Safe swimming takes a bit of chemistry and a watchful eye Posted Jul. 2, 2015 at 11:11 AM It�s the last thing you want to hear before heading off for a relaxing afternoon poolside, but here goes:...
2015/07/05 00:41
2015/07/05 00:41
22h
Murder in New Orleans is way up, shootings are rising fast and the dog days are just beginning to growl. It all sounds like a grim recipe for lots of gun violence this summer, except for one catch:...
2015/07/04 06:34
2015/07/04 06:34
1d
By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, July 2, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Before you bite into that burger on Independence Day, you might want to ask the chef whether a rusty old grill brush...
2015/07/03 23:15
2015/07/03 23:15
1d
Weight screenings in high school were not enough to get overweight and obese kids on track toward a healthier weight, a recent U.S. study found. With obesity rates soaring among Arkansas teenagers,...
2015/07/02 23:57
2015/07/02 23:57
2d
SEATTLE: A previously undetected measles infection was found by an autopsy to be the underlying cause of a Washington state woman's death this spring, marking the first known U.S. fatality from the...
2015/07/02 23:46
2015/07/02 23:46
2d
SALT LAKE CITY — Two local residents suspected to have cholera instead have a related disease that presents similar symptoms but is less infectious, according to the Salt Lake County Health...
2015/07/02 23:14
2015/07/02 23:14
2d
Just as peak summer season was gearing up, Koreatown travel agent Chris Chang began receiving dozens of calls from travelers concerned about an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in South...
2015/07/02 20:43
2015/07/02 20:43
3d
By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- The risk that any one American will die from cancer -- the cancer death rate -- is going down, regardless of sex or race, a new government...
2015/07/02 20:18
2015/07/02 20:18
3d
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed a hotly contested California bill to impose one of the strictest school vaccination laws in the country in the wake of an outbreak of...
2015/07/02 17:03
2015/07/02 17:03
3d
UNDATED (WTVC) -- A hardy parasite has led federal health officials to warn pool goers to be careful in the water this summer. Outbreaks related to pools, hot tubs and other recreational uses of...
2015/07/02 12:17
2015/07/02 12:17
3d
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Adapt Pharma Limited (Adapt Pharma) announced today that it has obtained a license to the Narcan trademark and acquired the related Narcan (naloxone HCl injection) New Drug...
2015/07/02 00:45
2015/07/02 00:45
3d
Seven worst foods for your teethSeven worst foods for your teeth Dried fruit sounds like a good snack but beware. Dried fruit sounds like a good snack but beware. 3D Technology enhances breast...
2015/07/01 23:52
2015/07/01 23:52
3d
Concussions are a traumatic brain injury typically caused by a blow to the head, sometimes but not always causing a loss of consciousness. They can cause headaches, dizziness, concentration, memory,...
2015/07/01 21:46
2015/07/01 21:46
4d
The Foundation for a Drug-Free World released 16 award-winning public service announcement videos in 2009 exposing the endemic problems of prescription drug abuse. Six years later, four Johns Hopkins...
2015/07/01 21:01
2015/07/01 21:01
4d
This summer some sunbathers are getting a little creative by trying their hand with “sunburn” art. On social media people can be found using sunblock or temporary tattoos to create “artful” sunburns....
2015/07/01 19:43
2015/07/01 19:43
4d
By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Heeding warnings about increased cancer risks, a growing number of American adults are saying no to indoor tanning, a new government analysis...
2015/07/01 18:53
2015/07/01 18:53
4d
Actor Jim Carrey speaks onstage during the Oscars at the Dolby Theatre on March 2, 2014, in Hollywood.. (Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images) Actor Jim Carrey speaks onstage during the Oscars at the...
2015/07/01 17:27
2015/07/01 17:27
4d
Roughly half of first-time mothers in the U.S. gain too much weight during pregnancy, about the same proportion who are overweight at the start, a study finds. Researchers compared data on more than...
2015/07/01 04:44
2015/07/01 04:44
4d
As a new mother, Chelsea Clinton said Tuesday that she is coming to understand the nation’s obesity epidemic on a new level. Clinton spoke in a packed ballroom at the 8th Biennial Childhood Obesity...
2015/07/05 10:52
2015/07/05 10:52
Latest from Twitter