A study published Tuesday, July 31 in Cell Reports found that people swap their microbes when they commute by subway.
In a Business Times report, sex workers showcased music and dance at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam on July 26 — to raise awareness that prostitutes are people who have “rights.”
In a press release on July 25, the U.N. Children’s Fund said a teenage girl is infected by HIV every three minutes.
New research, published on July 23 in the Lancet Infectious Diseases journal, suggests a Liberian woman may have infected her husband and two sons with Ebola, more than a year after she fell ill.
The World Health Organization is calling for labels to be put on salty foods, such as parmesan cheese and Parma ham, but Italians warn they will wage a hard battle.
An outbreak of hepatitis A in Sweden earlier this year was recently traced to frozen strawberries imported from Poland.
A new study done by the National Bureau of Economic Research shows that legalizing same-sex marriage has actually improved gay men’s health.
Boston doctors recently carried out an experimental procedure that has never been attempted according to the New York Times.
A report published July 11 in the journal The Lancet describes a study in which participants who had a phobia of heights underwent virtual reality therapy.
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization said in a statement on July 10, scientists have successfully wiped out more than 80 percent of disease-carrying mosquitoes in North Queensland.