People who had contact with the man with Ebola in Texas are still being monitored daily and none has shown any sign of disease so far, the CDC says.
Chlamydia is a bacterial infection that can be spread through sexual contact with an infected person.
Health officials are monitoring people who came in contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, who was the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States.
Health officials in Hawaii said they have determined a man hospitalized in isolation is no longer being evaluated for Ebola.
As many as 100 people may have come into contact with the Ebola patient in Texas, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A patient in Hawaii has been put in isolation over concerns of Ebola, but it is too early know what condition is causing his symptoms, the state health officials said.
Fifty-eight brain research projects receive federal funding in the first wave of grants awarded in the BRAIN Initiative.
Several children in Denver have developed limb weakness or paralysis after having respiratory illness, and four of the children have been found positive for enterovirus D68.
An ancient Egyptian mummy is raising a new mystery in archaeology because it has one very rare feature: The blood vessels surrounding the mummy's brain left imprints on the inside of skull.
A type of talk therapy called cognitive behavioral therapy appears more effective than medication in treating people with social phobia, a new study finds.
To this date, only one person is thought to have been cured of HIV — the "Berlin patient" Timothy Ray Brown. But no one is exactly sure which aspect of Brown's treatment may have cured him.
The rate of diabetes among all U.S. adults may be reaching a plateau, but the rates continue to increase for Hispanics and African-Americans, a new study finds.
The open-backed, pantless hospital gowns could be dehumanizing for patients and contribute to a traumatizing hospital experience, some doctors argue.
Staying physically active in older ages may help keep brain connections intact, a new study suggests.
Artificial sweeteners that many believe may curb real sugar consumption and weight gain, may actually have an opposite effect and increase blood sugar levels, a new study says.
A new international survey, the Gallup-Healthways Global Well-Being Index, reveals how 135 countries rank when it comes to the well-being of their residents.
Suicide's peak in springtime has long puzzled scientists. Now a new study shows that in any season, a couple of sunny days may mean higher suicide rates.