infectious diseases

"Our only hope for moving into the fall with any degree of normalcy is to better protect unvaccinated kids under 12. Here's what you should know."
Here's what to know about a dual influenza and coronavirus infection, how it can affect your health and who's most at risk.
Epidemiologists are watching politicians repeat the mistakes of the past.
An AIDS specialist emphasized it's too early to speculate on a cure, but nonetheless praised the "exciting" development.
This is what experts know about COVID-19 lingering when you no longer have symptoms and if it means you're still contagious.
“There is no question that there will be a challenge to the coming administration in the arena of infectious diseases,” he said.
It's not ideal, so before you wear the same mask again to prevent COVID-19, read these tips.
“I’m a practitioner on the firing line, and I don’t have the tools to properly care for patients today," warned Manhattan physician Matt McCarthy.
Infectious disease experts warn that we know too little about the outbreak to say it will slow down with warmer weather.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar stressed that only a few cases of the Wuhan virus have been confirmed in the U.S.