The results of a new study emphasize the importance of calcium scoring.
It could trade for 400 times more than the price of crude oil and 2,000 times more than iron ore.
Fifteen people have contracted tularemia, or rabbit fever, so far this year — just five fewer than in record-setting 1983.
Federal health officials have approved a new combination drug for the most common form of cystic fibrosis.
In the four outbreaks, 181 people have been infected in 40 states as of June 29, 2015.
Washington state health officials say measles caused the death of a woman from the northwest part of the state in the spring.
As of June 30, 69 cases of rabies have been confirmed in Kansas for 2015.
Foodborne illness is a serious health threat in the United States.
Before you enjoy your own fireworks display this year, review these safety tips from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
An analysis of dietary surveys from across the world shows soda, energy drinks linked to issues with diabetes, cardiovascular diseases.
If your little one is a thumb-sucker, we’ve got some ways to kick the habit!
With an increase in the number of rabies cases in Kansas this year, officials warn not to approach wild or injured animals.
The Reno County Health Department says it has received reports of 49 cases of whooping cough in the county.
According to the CDC, the parasite can survive in treated water for 10 days.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has issued a blue algae warning for two Kansas lakes.