NY State Health Officials To Attend Zika Summit In AtlantaNew CDC maps now show the two mosquitoes reaching as far as New York City and San Francisco.
CDC Study Shows Mosquitoes Carrying Zika May Spread To New York CityFederal health officials say the mosquitoes that can transmit the Zika virus may live in a broader swath of the U.S. than previously thought, but that doesn't mean they'll cause disease here.
CDC: Cancer Risk Higher Than Previously Thought For People Exposed To Lumber Liquidators Laminate FlooringThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says people exposed to certain types of laminate flooring from Lumber Liquidators were three times more likely to get cancer than the agency previously predicted.
Shrinking Seats, Growing Passengers Mean Cramped Conditions On Your Next FlightWith shrinking seats and less leg room, passengers have been feeling cramped on airplanes.
Airlines Offering Travel Accommodations For Pregnant Women Following Zika Virus ConcernsThere’s been mounting evidence linking Zika infection in pregnant women to a birth defect called microcephaly.
Federal, Local Officials Address Spread Of Zika VirusHealth officials said the number of U.S. residents diagnosed with Zika infections in the past year has grown to 31, but said all of them are believed to have caught the infection while traveling abroad.
10 Facts About Zika VirusWhat is the Zika virus? How is it spread? Here are 10 things about the virus you may or may not know.
CDC Report: 69 Percent Of Student Athletes With Concussion Symptoms Don't Report ItStanding in front of the football field at Garfield High School, officials from the CDC and Rep. Bill Pascrell discussed the new report on Tuesday.
Man In New Jersey Dies Of Lassa Fever After Returning From LiberiaThe Center for Disease Control and Prevention said the man flew back from Liberia on May 17, became critically ill and died Monday night.
Seen At 11: Teens Take E-Cigarette Use To Dangerous New LevelA secret danger posed by electronic cigarettes involves misusing the smokes to get a fast high.
CDC: 5 Things You May Not Know About RabiesHere are five things you may or may not know about the rabies virus, courtesy of the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.
CDC: This Year's Flu Vaccine Not Very EffectiveAs predicted, this year's flu vaccine is doing a pretty crummy job. Health officials say a new study shows it's only 23 percent effective.