CDC Issues Warning On Bug-Borne Diseases In Wake Of New ReportWeather brings people outside to enjoy it. It also brings bugs, bug bites, and an increased risk of being infected with one of the diseases they can carry.
This Flu Season Could Be Much Worse Than Others, Health Officials WarnThe Centers for Disease Control says confirmed cases are at just over 7,000. That's more than double what they were at this time last year.
Ticks Pose Risk For Lyme Disease Even As Weather Cools, Experts SayJust because the calendar says September doesn't mean you can stop worrying about ticks.
Experts: It’s Crucial To Talk To Kids About Bullying Before They Head Off To CampAs you pack and plan for the perfect summer, there's a conversation you may want to have about bullying.
Deadly Superbug Fungus Hits Tri-State Hospitals, CDC SaysIt's an infection that can easily be misidentified and become fatal, and now health officials are on high alert.
CDC Issues New Warning On Potential Impact Of Zika VirusThe new report summarizes the number of Zika related infections last year in all U.S. states and territories with the exception of Puerto Rico, which has a separate registry due to its large number of cases.
Seen At 11: Loss Of Sense Of Smell Could Carry Dangerous ConsequencesNot only can it deny people one of life's greatest pleasures, it can also be dangerous -- even life threatening.
Seen At 11: New Report Says Red Eyes At Pool Caused By Urine, Not ChlorineEven if you ever noticed a strong smell of chlorine at your local pool, that's not actually a sign the pool is extra clean.
NYC To Require Flu Shots For Children 6 Months To 5 Years OldThe New York City Department of Health has announced new measures to fight this year's outbreak of the flu.
115 Students Kept Out Of One Long Island School Amid Flu OutbreakMore than one third of students in a single Long Island elementary school stayed home on Tuesday, with many of them suffering from flu systems.
New York, New Jersey Set Up Mandatory Quarantine Requirement Amid Ebola ThreatIn the wake of the first confirmed Ebola virus case in New York City, the states of New York and New Jersey have set up a new screening system that goes above and beyond the guidelines already set up by federal officials.
Christie Announces NJ Ebola Response TeamGov. Chris Christie said he has signed an executive order to create an Ebola virus joint response team to coordinate on Ebola preparedness in the state.