Disease can break a lot of people. As a new film by Ken Burns and an exclusive video clip show, it helped make Franklin Roosevelt
The director of NIH's Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases says airborne Ebola would be very unusual
In just two to four hours, virus contamination on a single doorknob can spread throughout a room, researchers report. In new research presented at the 54th...
The HPV vaccine is working for young women in Australia, suggests a new study published in the journal PLOS One. Researchers analyzed a database of more than 1...
Half the people who now have Ebola got it in the past month
The miracle of life meets the miracle of hearing
Doctors Without Borders says the countrywide quarantine could actually make things worse
It shouldn't take too much courage to stop a scourge that is killing children. Washington's gun cowards could take a lesson from the heroes battling polio
A drug that treats malaria may make breast cancer tumors more responsive to treatment
The most reported cases of measles in the U.S. since 1994
Rates of measles in the U.S. reach record high
A disturbing report from the Centers for Disease Control shows what happens when anti-vaccine nonsense wins.
Two health organizations claim that four insurance companies are violating the Affordable Care Act
Health officials say the Oklahoma case was the tenth known of the tick-borne virus and the second that proved to be fatal
The daily medication, sold in generic form as Truvada, could transform AIDS prevention in America
A radical new treatment wiped out a Minnesota woman’s blood cancer
An Illinois business associate of the first laboratory-confirmed MERS patient in the United States has tested positive for the virus
Flu-like respiratory symptoms have been seen in health care workers exposed to Middle East Respiratory Syndrome patient in Orlando, Fla. A total of 20 are being...
Experts say contagion does not present danger to humans or animals
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