A spike in confirmed cases in Saudi Arabia suggests the Kingdom may have a dangerous outbreak on its hands
Some advocacy groups are trying to put a human face on the potential foreign aid cuts.
A new study found that 16.6 percent of tuberculosis drugs in Africa and 10.1 percent in India lacked the right amount of active ingredients.
Non-communicable diseases have become much more prominent killers over the past 20 years.
Move signals a worldwide push toward universal health coverage.
Among the underlying causes of Americans' sky-high obesity rates, an overabundance of beer and a lack of childhood exercise are probably not the main ones.
Researchers are calling for a global treaty to stop the flood of counterfeit drugs
Why taxes on sinful snacks don't always make us slim down.
Is a Bollywood director's death worsening dengue fears?
Pakistan's Taliban commanders fear the West will use polio as a cover for spying