Health officials said that a Santa Barbara County resident who was being monitored tested negative for the Ebola virus at a Los Angeles area hospital
Dr. Sanjay Gupta received the prestigious Alfred I. duPont Award for his work on a pair of influential documentaries on medical marijuana, featured in Neurosurgery
Cervical cancer symptoms could be caused by conditions other than cervical cancer. Symptoms often don't begin until a pre-cancer becomes a true invasive cancer
Four Ebola virus vaccines developed by Russian scientists are ready & being tested on primates that will enable further testing on humans at a later date.
Dr. Faisal Shuaib, who led successful Ebola resonse & containment efforts in Nigeria has now been tapped to serve as an international expert on the disease
American health-care worker who contracted Ebola while treating patients in Sierra Leone is in serious condition, reported the National Institutes of Health
Marijuana, the most commonly used illegal drug in America, is going mainstream. But just how much do you know about the wacky weed and its odd effects?
Research suggests a rise in measles cases of 100,000 across 3 countries most affected by the Ebola epidemic in West Africa due to health system disruptions.
Storing Ebola-infected sewage for a week at 86° Fahrenheit or higher should allow enough time for more than 99.99% of the virus to die, but lower temps take longer
A UK military healthcare worker in Sierra Leone tested positive for Ebola. She's being cared for at the Ebola Treatment Center in Kerry Town where she worked
UT researchers helped dispel the myth that marijuana use lowers IQ, & actually provide more evidence to marijuana’s potential role in fighting Alzheimer’s disease
Ebola is not yet finished. It will only be over when the last person with Ebola virus infection is either dead or recovered without infecting other people.
WHO said it will launch Ebola vaccine trials in Guinea on March 7th to test the so-called VSV-EBOV vaccine for efficacy and effectiveness to prevent Ebola
Despite widespread concern surrounding the Ebola virus, people face a more serious health threat, the influenza virus or better known as the flu.
There's an app for that... A team of infectious disease computer modelers launched a mobile-friendly tool that lets users simulate measles virus outbreaks
Faghri said the lab-on-paper technology can potentially be applied to a wide variety of medical diagnostics, from Lyme disease and HIV to Ebola and malaria
Restrictions and quarantines would continue for visitors from Ebola-affected countries.
Fujifilm CEO says about 20 countries have shown interest in Avigan.
Nina Pham will file a lawsuit against Texas Health alleging the hospital’s lack of training, proper equipment & violations of her privacy made her a symbol of corporate neglect
Individual exposed to the Ebola Virus would become carriers for terrorist activity and it doesn't take much sophistication to use a human being as a carrier