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The EPA and Michigan officials will point fingers at each other in a congressional hearing Wednesday morning.
Health officials in Dallas report the first case of known sexual transmission of Zika in the current outbreak Tuesday.
As the CDC prepares to issue a new advisory about the Zika virus, health officials are also investigating other serious illnesses the virus may cause.
Three years after a mother in Arizona decided to donate her son's organs, she met with the family of a little girl whose life was saved by his heart.
President Barack Obama will ask for more than $1 billion in the new budget to fight drug abuse and overdoses, which are at record highs in the U.S.
Tata Motors, part of the Tata Group, one of India's largest conglomerates, said it would decide on a new name for the Zica hatchback in a few weeks.
Exercise greatly reduces the risk for heart disease, but a new survey finds many people aren't getting the recommended amount. NBC's Erika Edwards
A growing number of college students are dealing with anxiety, depression and social anxiety, according to a new mental health report.
A new study finds that women who ate more fiber - mostly fruits and veggies - while young had a lower risk of breast cancer later.
The WHO declared the birth defects linked to a Zika outbreak a public health emergency of international concern.
The White House will propose spending close to $1 billion over the next two years on a "moonshot" to fight cancer, officials said Monday.
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority has granted a research application to a team that wants to "edit" human embryos.
Zika virus is "spreading explosively" across Latin America and the Caribbean. But if you want to know about some home-grown viruses, read on.
When Army Sgt. Thai Lee was injured during an explosion in Afghanistan, he thought he had lost his ability to have biological children.
A vaccine against the Zika virus could be ready for testing in people by the end of the year, experts said this week.It's a blindingly fast timeline b
Three more people have been reported sick in an outbreak of listeria traced to bagged salads, the CDC says
The WHO meets next week to decide whether to declare Zika a global emergency. Here are some answers to questions you may have about Zika.