Measles is up to 10 times more infectious than Ebola. An unvaccinated person, exposed to someone who has measles, has a 90 percent chance of getting infected
Students have returned to school after an eight month break due to Ebola.
Nearly 11,000 Malaria deaths last year due to disruption of healthcare in West Africa.
Children with severe epilepsy who don't respond to other treatments may have hope in liquid medical marijuana. In a 12-week study, seizures decreased by 54%
Are supplements good for you? Research shows that dietary supplements may actually increase your cancer risk if taken in excess of the recommended amount.
Iowa officials announced they will destroy up to 5.3 million hens to curb the virus.
Recently an outbreak of H3N2 dog flu sickened dogs in the Midwest. Two veterinarians with Cornell University speak about the virus and how to protect your dogs
Researchers found that while Ebola is mutating, it hasn’t changed at a functional level to become more virulent. Upcoming Ebola vaccines should be effective
The anti-vaccine movement has led to a high number of unvaccinated people against measles and a larger percentage of people who are susceptible to this infection.
Researchers found that greater diversity of bacteria and even worms in the digestive tract offers enhanced immune function & higher levels of “natural” antibodies.
Researchers at the Texas Biomedical Research Institute have found that an ancient herbal remedy could prevent Ebola from attacking the immune system
Scientists found that a protein made by the Ebola virus could potentially be disabled or disrupted by future drugs that could stop the virus in its tracks.
A multi-center effort led by Pennsylvania-based Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc. is pursuing rapid testing of new antibody treatments to create an Ebola therapy
Abdominal pain, fever & unexplained bleeding used to diagnose Ebola are not significantly predictive of the disease, according to new Ebola Prediction Score
West Africa is faced with a whole generation of Ebola orphans forced into desperate measures to fend for themselves after the disease claimed their parents.