In the 1970s, the federal government attempted to vaccinate every American against the swine flu. It did not go well.
Scientists say there isn’t a simple answer.
"Outbreak" is now one of the most popular movies on Netflix.
Four people have died so far in the 17-state outbreak.
The World Health Organization has officially declared the coronavirus as a pandemic.
We have a president with an unusual knack for avoiding the consequences of his lies. A disease outbreak might be the thing that could change that.
A Japanese man and woman in their 80s, both of whom had underlying health conditions, have died after contracting COVID-19, Japanese officials said.
Infectious disease experts warn that we know too little about the outbreak to say it will slow down with warmer weather.
The World Health Organization says the deadly Wuhan coronavirus that originated in China is now a “global health emergency”.
Hundreds of millions of people are expected to travel both domestically and abroad for Lunar New Year, prompting fears the coronavirus could spread quickly.
Some airports, including three in the U.S., have begun screening airline passengers from central China, where the coronavirus appears to have originated.
The latest weekly CDC figures show that vaping-related illnesses are still rising across the country, but at a slightly slower pace.
Over 10,000 people in the U.S. have contracted the preventable disease this year.
The Ebola outbreak in the Congo is deadly and won’t be over anytime soon.
A city in the Democratic Republic of Congo that's home to almost 1.2 million people is now at risk.
San Diego is bleaching its streets in an effort to combat the hepatitis A outbreak affecting the city’s homeless.
The virus was first discovered at a federal detention center.
Pandemics are back on the agenda for the 2016 G7 Summit, which convenes this week in Ise-Shima Japan. The Group of Seven is expected to further its commitments to global health security.