Published on Jul 15, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM A brain-eating amoeba has prompted warnings from officials after a young girl was killed.
Published on Jul 9, 2014 Major concern over forgotten vials of Variola discovered in a refrigerated storage room at the National Institutes of Health
Published on May 23, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM At least four people in Florida were infected by a virus after traveling to the Caribbean. Dr. William Schaffner, professor of preventative medicine and infectious diseases at Vande
Published on Apr 1, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM Doctors Without Borders' Anja Wolz talks about the effort to contain a deadly Ebola outbreak in Guinea.
Published on Feb 12, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM LIKE US HTTP://FACEBOOK.COM Sending out viruses, hijacking social media accounts, and attacking computer networks. Those may sound like hackers' techniques, but they're also in the
Published on Jul 29, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM Ebola outbreak in West Africa has killed more than 670 people and spread to four countries. Among those now infected are two American aid workers and the lead Ebola doctor in Sierr
Published on May 13, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM Health officials have confirmed a second U.S. case of a mysterious virus that has sickened hundreds in the Middle East. A resident of Saudi Arabia, visiting Florida, is now in a hos
Published on Jul 25, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found annual diagnoses of HIV among men ages 13-24 who have sex with men rose by 132.5 percent between 2001 and 2011
Published on Jul 25, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM Two-thirds of fresh retail chicken in the UK is contaminated with campylobacter, a nasty bug that affects about 280,000 people a year.
Published on Mar 21, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM Twenty three people have been killed in Guinea's south eastern forest region since an outbreak of haemorrhagic fever since the first case was reported in February to the Health au
2/10/13 It has been ten years since the first outbreak of SARS was reported in China. The virus spread around the world, infecting more than 8,000 people and killing hundreds of them. Scientists believe that the virus has well contained
Published on Jun 4, 2015 The Pentagon said, on Wednesday, that small concentrations of suspected live anthrax were shipped to 51 labs in 17 states in the US. Earlier reports had stated that the shipments had gone to labs in 12 states. Offic
PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM Eight states have confirmed cases of Enterovirus 68. Dr. William Schaffner, professor of preventative medicine at Vanderbilt University, discusses the spread of the virus with the CBS This Morning co-hosts.
PUBLISHED ON JUNE 16, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM New U.S. cases of Caribbean mosquito virus
Published on Jul 16, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM head of the CDC was grilled by members of Congress Wednesday about last month's security lapse at the agency involving anthrax. Director Thomas Frieden called the incident 'unacce
PUBLISHED ON JUNE 17, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM For the first time ever, an extremely deadly type of antibiotic-resistant bacteria has been traced to a food product. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a stu
PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM A senior Kuwaiti health official has plans to test out the country's gaydar. Yousuf Mindkar, the director of public health at the Kuwaiti health ministry, told Al Rai that he wants to use a gay detecto
Published on May 3, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM The CDC says a deadly disease called Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS, has turned up in Indiana. Until now, the virus has been seen only in the Middle East and Europe and ab
Published on May 14, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM A MERS patient in Orlando appears to have infected at least two other people. The CDC is trying to track down hundreds of passengers and crew members who may have shared a flight wi
Published on May 17, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM The Health Ministry says three women have died of the virus, in Riyadh, Taif, and Jeddah. According to the ministry, 520 cases have been recorded in Saudi Arabia since MERS first ap
Published on Sep 29, 2014 PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating whether or not reports of paralysis and muscle weakness in nine Colorado kids are connected to the virus. Dr. David A
Published on Oct 9, 2014 While US hospitals are on 24-hour watch in fears of Ebola, a more enigmatic virus is suspected of causing paralysis in dozens of children across the United States. Doctors are now racing against time to solve wha
PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM A superbug outbreak suspected in the deaths of two Los Angeles hospital patients is raising disturbing questions about the design of a hard-to-clean medical instrument used on more than half a million people
PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM Published on Jun 21, 2015 A special investigation into how the new pig superbug LA-MRSA is spreading onto our plates and into our bodies. Watch the disturbing results of the Guardian's food tests in four of Br
PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM ADSENSE VIRUS ON PUBLISHER ADS, PUBLISHERS ARE VICTIMS, Security experts are warning Android users of a well-known banking trojan which is being spread by the Google AdSense network, meaning users only need to
Barack Obama has strongly denied the White House is responsible for a cascade of leaks about secret operations that have prompted accusations that American lives have been endangered for political gain. Obama said he will root out those
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PROVIDED BY HTTP://CNNNEXT.COM Published on Aug 7, 2015 An outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in New York City has left 100 people with severe pneumonia and forced Mayor Bill de Blasio to reevaluate city’s water tanks,which could be incubati