10 cases of Ebola cases discovered during Sierra Leone's nationwide three-day lockdown, but officials say the country reached the "tail end" of the epidemic
Shingles vaccine is approved for people 50 or older as it commonly occurs in people with medical conditions affecting the immune system from working properly
IPP & protective apparel maker Kappler Inc. will rethink, reimagine & re-engineer protective suits for health care workers on the front lines battling Ebola
Some children with the flu end up in the hospital seriously ill while their family and friends recover easily. New research points to a rare genetic mutation
The entire population of Sierra Leone have been ordered on a three-day lockdown on Friday morning as a final push to end the Ebola outbreak and infections.
Despite the shortage of adequate studies, public support of medical marijuana is growing, particularly after the documentary “Weed” with Dr. Sanjay Gupta
The goal of eradicating poverty will remain beyond the reach of many countries unless concentrated efforts begin now to address fragility, say researchers
A woman who tested positive for the Ebola virus may have contracted the disease through sexual intercourse with her boyfriend who is a recent Ebola survivor
Researchers will be able to obtain more powerful varieties of marijuana courtesy of the National Institute on Drug Abuse
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