Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Utah is ringing in the New Year with the strictest drunk-driving law in the country
The state becomes the first to adopt the lower blood-alcohol level long recommended by the National Transportation Safety Board
US Senators Reach Bipartisan Deal to Devote More Than $1 Billion to Fight Zika
The Senate bill clashes with a competing bill in the House of Representatives that would provide only $622 million, most of which would be paid for out of funds to combat Ebola.
The CDC Just Told American Doctors to Rethink Pain Treatment and Opioid Addiction
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published the first federal guidelines for doctors prescribing addictive painkillers such as OxyContin.