Researchers use data analysis tools similar to Facebook and Amazon’s to find areas still in danger and predict the locations of lead pipes buried underground or hidden in residents’ homes...
Researchers have been clamoring for such controversial action as a key part of the White House initiative
The change reflects that sexual transmission of the virus may be more common than previously realized
Democrats and Republicans argue over money, stalling anti-disease action
Sharks can accumulate both methylmercury and a toxin called BMAA, which can have synergistic effects on human consumers. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Pesticide issues, including resistance, may hamper efforts to tamp down the viral threat
Although there is no conclusive evidence of danger to humans, antibacterials’ benefits have not been proved to exceed potential risks
The travel hub is the only nation in Asia with active transmission of the virus
The finding from a small area in Miami Beach further confirms reports of local U.S. transmission
Authorities are investigating a possible outbreak of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever after identifying apparent local transmission in Western Europe
Failure to include minority patients may lead to gaps in knowledge or delay its use
Teenage girls who cared for infant dolls, an intervention meant to prevent pregnancy, actually had a higher risk of getting pregnant by age 20. Christopher Intagliata reports.
New evidence highlights the potential role of sex in sparking another outbreak
Many use the herbal supplement to self-treat pain, PTSD and opioid addiction
Snakes kill tens of thousands of people each year, but experts can’t agree on dealing with an antivenom shortage
The affluent, crowded Asian city-state is a major global hub for travel and trade
The worrisome combination has been detected before in other countries
Vulnerable young women often do not to take drugs that could block infection. Doctors are trying to figure out alternatives
Almost 90 percent of children's doctors have encountered such resistance
Nearly vanquished, the terrifying meter-long parasites seem to have a new strategy