Friday, October 10, 2014
The United States and Canada announced stepped-up airport screening measures Wednesday to look for passengers carrying Ebola, as the deadly virus killed a man in Texas and the worldwide toll neared 3,900.
Some people may retain awareness after they have technically died, according to an unusual study published on Wednesday into hospital patients who went into deep cardiac arrest.
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Doctors in Spain hospitalised four more people and rushed to identify dozens of others at risk on Tuesday after a nurse was infected with the deadly Ebola virus, raising fears of contagion in Europe.
Monday, October 6, 2014
The first person diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus on U.S. soil is faring worse and now in critical condition, health officials said Saturday, having previously described him as seriously ill.
Sunday, October 5, 2014
For the world's first baby born to a woman with a transplanted womb — a medical first — only a victorious name would do.
The Obama administration urged calm over the single case of Ebola in the United States, seeking to reassure the American public that there was little chance of an outbreak of the disease in the country.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
A 36-year-old Swede has become the world's first woman to give birth after receiving a womb transplant, medical journal The Lancet said on Saturday, describing the event as a breakthrough for infertile women.
A new genetic history of HIV shows how the pandemic almost certainly took root in the 1920s in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo, researchers said Thursday.
Applying moisturizer to a newborn baby's skin could help prevent eczema and even food allergies in later life, possibly offering a cheap and easy way to combat a growing global problem, a Japanese institute said Friday.
The U.N. launched a mission Thursday to prevent the global spread of Ebola, describing the epidemic as the world's “highest priority” as the U.S. scrambled to limit its own outbreak to one patient.