This Year's Flu Season Has Been Worse Than Last Year, CDC SaysIn the U.S., there have been at least 26 million illnesses, 250,000 hospitalizations and 14,000 deaths from flu so far this season.
Heart Health Month: Top Detection And Prevention TipsDr. William Salerno, a cardiovascular disease specialist from Hackensack University Medical Center, has important advice how to take care of your heart.
Coronavirus Update: New York City Reports First Possible Local CaseAccording to health officials, testing to determine if the individual does in fact have coronavirus will take a minimum of 36-48 hours and depends on CDC testing capacity.
Coronavirus Update: Non-Citizens Coming From China Shut Out From U.S. After Sunday, Americans Face QuarantineUnder the public health emergency, anyone who's not a U.S. citizen will not be allowed into the country if they could potentially pass on the virus here.
N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy, Health Officials, Outline Coronavirus PreparednessAs fears grow, Murphy took time to lay out how the state is taking extra precautions if the coronavirus hits the Garden State.
U.S. Coronavirus Cases Rise To 5, Concerns Mount In NYCThe CDC says it is testing 110 people in 26 states for possible coronavirus infections.
New York Officials Prepare For Possible Coronavirus As 2nd U.S. Case Is Detected In ChicagoThe CDC says there are now 63 patients under investigation from 22 states, although 11 of those patients have tested negative for coronavirus.
Doctor: 'It Would Not Be Unexpected' To See Coronavirus In NYCSymptom checks of passengers coming into the country from Wuhan started Friday at JFK and airports in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Flu Deaths Down From Previous Seasons, But Serious Risks Still RemainThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says overall flu activity has declined over the last few weeks, but still remains high.
Coming To Work Sick No Act Of Heroics For Your Co-WorkersA survey from Accountemps found 90% of professional employees admit they sometimes go to the office sick.
Romaine Lettuce Recalled Due To E. Coli OutbreakThe CDC is now reporting cases of e. coli in 23 states, and the number of people sickened has grown from 67 to 102 in just one week.
CDC: 7 Southern States Reporting Worst Flu Rates In A Decade, 5 Children DeadThere have been 573 confirmed flu hospitalizations reported between Oct. 1 and Nov. 23.
Recent Food Recalls To Keep In Mind As You Prep For Your Thanksgiving FeastAs you prepare for your Thanksgiving feast, some foods shouldn’t be on the menu this year.
CDC Says E. Coli Outbreak In Contaminated Romaine Lettuce Leaves Dozens Sick Across U.S.The CDC is urging anyone who bought romaine lettuce harvested in California's Salinas Valley to throw it out.
Doctors Find New 'Popcorn Lung'-Like Lung Damage Linked To VapingDoctors believe they've discovered a new type of lung injury related to vaping after a teenager in Canada nearly died of something like "popcorn lung."