The controversial new film "Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe" claims that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) manipulated and hid data that links vaccines and autism.
Excessive drinking cost the nation a quarter of a trillion dollars in 2010, with hungover employees taking the biggest bite out of the economy.
Despite the well known health risks associated with drinking while pregnant, 10 percent of pregnant women in America still do it.
Under fire for the Ebola response, CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden will appear on The Kelly File for an interview with Megyn Kelly, tonight at 9p/12a ET.
CDC Director Tom Frieden pushed back this morning against those who argue that the United States should ban all flights from West Africa and not allow people into the country from places like Liberia.
CDC director Tom Frieden today discussed the first case of Ebola that has been diagnosed in the United States.
A hospital in Atlanta confirmed that two patients infected with the deadly Ebola virus will be arriving in the U.S. in the coming days for treatment, marking the first time a human Ebola case will be on American soil.
At least one patient infected with the deadly Ebola virus will be brought to the United States for treatment in a matter of days.
At a congressional hearing today in Washington, Director of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Dr. Tom Frieden was grilled on systematic safety failures within federal public health laboratories, including recent safety lapses with dangerous germs anthrax and bird flu.
Jonathan Serrie brought us the latest this morning on the concerns about Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) after cases began to surface in Florida. Two health workers at Dr. P. Phillips Hospital in Orlando have begun showing flu-like symptoms, and one of the two has been hospitalized.