Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Dr. Wendy Chung, Dallas’ top epidemiologist spent time at the bedside of Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan where she became potentially exposed to the virus.
A World Health Organization official says there could be up to 10,000 new cases of Ebola per week within two months.
The infection of a Dallas nurse caring for an Ebola patient was a wake-up call for hospitals, an infectious disease consultant for a regional health system said Monday after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said hospitals should “think Ebola.”
A Texas health care worker who was in full protective gear while providing hospital care for an Ebola patient who later died has tested positive for the virus and is in stable condition, health officials said Sunday. If the preliminary diagnosis is confirmed, it would be the first known case of the disease being contracted or transmitted in the U.S.
The patient was admitted to a Dallas hospital Monday night with Ebola-like symptoms.
Standing desks may soon become a standard part of U.S. classrooms as recent studies have shown the workplace health trend increases students paying attention boosts efforts in the fight against childhood obesity.
Number of HIV diagnoses among younger gay men increased from 2002 to 2011.
New study finds doctors may be giving inappropriate treatments to patients with flu virus.
According to recent government reports, nearly 20 million people get sick every year from contracting the norovirus.
The baby recession may be at an end: After a five-year span in which the number of children born in the United States dropped each year, 2013 saw a minute increase.