Tuberculosis is a disease spread between people through the air, and drug-resistant forms of the disease have put certain countries on alert. Right now, Australia is one of those countries.
Could catching more rays help you breathe better? According to a recent Korean study, it may be possible.
While great strides have been made in combating tuberculosis (TB), it is by no means time to forget about the disease. This is the key message of World Tuberculosis Day, observed on March 24.
Pediatricians ask many questions at yearly check ups. There’s one question they might need to add to the list: Where were the child’s parents born?
In the United States, most people recover from tuberculosis (TB), a type of lung infection. In some people, however, the drugs used to treat TB don't work. A recently approved drug could help fix this problem.