Some 590 cases of the ailment have been confirmed in the U.S. since 2014. Scientists may now be one step closer to finding a treatment.
Experts don’t know what causes acute flaccid myelitis -- or how to treat it.
"We're a really great partnership. Initially, I was in go-for-it-mode, I-have-to-do-something mode. We both wanted to do
An online search for news articles with the words “LA Ebola bus” returned more than 44 million results. By comparison, a
It is difficult enough to confront resurgent diseases without an explosion of unhinged conspiracy mongering.
It's a good time of year to reflect on our handwashing habits. Flu season is here, and enterovirus D68 has spread to all
On Sunday, Eli's father Andy Waller released a beautiful statement that provides information about the foundation the Waller
4. We made up a song... Wash the fronts and the backs and in-between, this is the way we get our hands clean. -- Michelle
Triple the number of normal custodial crews were called in to scrub the school Wednesday night. Lunch records later indicated
To prevent the spread of EV-D68, the CDC recommends regular handwashing, avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth, avoiding
It's one of the easiest ways to protect ourselves from spreading germs, and some of the most common advice from medical experts
Enterovirus D68 is just a monster of a bad cold. Yes, it can make kids sick, and some kids very sick. But it's nothing we can't handle.
In extreme cases, there may be a link between EV-D68 and muscle paralysis, but health officials aren't quite sure yet. If
I have loved the term "diabetical" since the matriarch of Tyler Perry's Madea movie franchise first coined the phrase. The term masterfully highlights the diabolical nature of the disease, which has now become a worldwide public health crisis.
There are 3 million people around the world and thousands here in the U.S., many of them kids, whose lives could be changed by a little bar of soap.
Kids -- and adults -- can best protect themselves with frequent handwashing. There is no vaccine or specific treatment for