China’s deadly coronavirus has claimed its first life outside the city of Wuhan, the epicenter where the infectious disease began, officials confirmed Thursday.
U.S. health officials are investigating a possible case of the novel coronavirus after a Texas A&M University student contracted a respiratory illness, within two weeks of visiting China.
As a new strain of deadly coronavirus infecting hundreds in China crosses international borders into the U.S., this outbreak begs the question: how do you treat coronavirus?
A middle school in Northern Virginia this week canceled a visit of 21 Chinese exchange students and their chaperones amid the China-linked coronavirus outbreak that’s sickened more than 500 and killed at least 17.
The Chinese government decided to restrict travel in two cities near Wuhan, China, where the deadly coronavirus was first reported, by suspending public transportation as of Thursday evening, according to reports.
Three weeks after Chinese officials announced the outbreak of a new virus, more than 400 people have been sickened and 17 have died, leading to questions of just how alarmed should the public be.
A British woman who survived cervical cancer but was told she may never be able to have children has since welcomed a set of “miracle” twins.
According to a fundraising page set up for her husband and two children, it was her second time acting as a surrogate for the same family.
A mom is warning others about the dangers of tanning beds after she developed skin cancer and was left with a 4-inch scar on her forehead as a result.
Tap water in the United States is contaminated with toxic fluorinated chemicals, some of which are known to cause cancer, liver damage, low birth weight and other health problems at a higher rate than previously thought, according to a new report.
President Trump Wednesday said the United States has a plan to contain the deadly coronavirus after the first case was reported in the country this week.
Health officials around the world are keeping an eye on the outbreak of a new pneumonia-like virus that has killed at least six people and sickened some 300 others since it was first reported in China.
Around the world, many nations are experiencing declining birthrates, a phenomenon that leads to a declining workforce able to support the older population. Yet the exact reasons for this trend, as wells as governments’ efforts to reverse it, differ based on a country’s circumstances. Here are some of the top five countries with declining birthrates, and what they are doing to address it:
At least one person in the United States is infected with the mysterious pneumonia-like virus that began in China.
A 20-year-old Crosby, Texas woman has died from complications related to the flu, her family says.
Her relatives allegedly waited two weeks to see if the battery would pass in her stool.
An estimated one in six Americans are sickened by a foodborne illness each year.
Nearly two years ago, in May 2018, a curious Athens, Alabama girl was inspecting the bright light bulbs on her mother’s light-up vanity. A split second later, she was missing nearly all of her fingers on her right hand.
A British mom whose baby girl was born with a massive birthmark that covers 90 percent of her body says her daughter is “completely unique” and “beautiful” despite the occasional rude comments from strangers.
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