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.
Two United Airlines passengers on a flight from Shanghai were examined upon arrival in Chicago O’Hare for exhibiting possible coronavirus symptoms Tuesday.
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.
At least one person in the United States is infected with the mysterious pneumonia-like virus that began in China.
Screenings for passengers arriving from Wuhan, China, will begin at airports in San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles.
A British mother of a 5-week-old baby boy who died of sepsis claims doctors at the hospital where he was taken largely dismissed her son’s symptoms and sent him home twice prior to his death.
While filariasis is endemic in India, the man’s reaction to the infection is considered extremely rare.
A vaccine against measles has existed for decades but some 310,000 cases have been reported in Congo since the beginning of 2019.
At least one person in England has been diagnosed with a rare viral infection known as monkeypox, Public Health England (PHE) confirmed on Wednesday.
What to know about the potentially life-threatening illness.
A sterilization technician at a northern Indiana hospital failed to properly disinfect surgical tools, possibly affecting some 1,200 patients who underwent surgery at the facility in recent months, the hospital said this week.
A family of five is likely the source of a recent measles outbreak in Georgia, state health officials recently announced.
A Michigan farmer who contracted the dangerous mosquito-borne Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) over the summer has died, according to local reports.
A 55-year-old man in China has become the country’s third case of plague in recent weeks.
The period of potential exposure was determined to be between April 22 and Sept. 30, 2019.
He’s now pushing for others to get vaccinated in order to avoid the same fate.
Customers who purchased items from the deli between Oct. 13 and Oct. 30 are encouraged to throw them out and get vaccinated.
The fatality rate of Naegleria fowleri, or brain-eating amoebas, is over 97 percent.
For the first time, a potentially fatal tick-borne disease has been detected in ticks in the United Kingdom, Public Health England (PHE) announced this week.