Jason Day Says Zika Fears will Keep Him Out of Rio OlympicsJason Day pulled out of the Olympics on Tuesday because of the Zika virus, costing golf its No. 1 player as it returns from a century-long absence at the games.
Department of Public Health Warns of Meningococcal DiseaseThe California Department of Public Health has issued a health advisory in Southern California linked to an outbreak of invasive meningococcal disease, primarily among adult gay and bisexual men.
Free HIV Testing Offered by Louisville Public Health AgencyLouisville public health officials are offering free HIV testing on Monday.
Blue Cross Scales Back Individual Plans Offered in MinnesotaMinnesota's largest health insurer is scaling back the plans it will offer to consumers who don't get coverage from their employers.
Saint Louis University Plans Human Trial for Zika VaccineSaint Louis University will begin a human clinical trial this fall for a vaccine that seeks to prevent the Zika virus.
Urine Test Could Simplify Zika Virus DetectionA urine-based test for Zika virus infection has shown to be more effective than the common blood-based one for many patients, a development that could make testing for the infection easier.
Mosquito Season Brings No Urgency for Money to Fight ZikaThe White House and Democrats are pressuring congressional Republicans to act on President Barack Obama's demands for money to combat Zika, but even the onset of mosquito season that probably will spread the virus has failed to create a sense of urgency.
Feds Give Florida Health Centers Cash to Expand Primary CareThe Obama administration is giving nearly $11 million to help 12 health centers around the state offer preventive health services to more low-income patients.
Florida Doctor Convicted of 162 Counts of Health Care FraudA federal jury has convicted a north Florida doctor of 162 counts of health care fraud.
APNewsBreak: Woman's Body Rejecting Face TransplantThe Connecticut woman who underwent a face transplant five years ago after being attacked by a chimpanzee is back in a Boston hospital after doctors discovered her body is rejecting the transplant.
FDA Expands Use of Pfizer Drug for Rare Form of Lung CancerThe Food and Drug Administration expanded approval of a Pfizer drug to treat a small subset of lung cancer patients with a rare mutation.
FDA: No Significant Impact from Test of Modified MosquitoesA field trial releasing genetically modified mosquitoes in the Florida Keys would not harm humans or the environment, according to documents released Friday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.