"My step-mum fell ill the next weekend, and spent two months in hospital."
Mink-to-human coronavirus transmission amplifies longstanding concerns about the industry’s biosecurity risks.
It may be that the virus is “reactivating,” and the patients are experiencing something more like a relapse than a second case.
We talked to hospital doctors to hear what they're experiencing on the front lines, and what they want us to keep doing.
Six current Geek Squad employees describe a lack of support from Best Buy, and how they may inadvertently help spread coronavirus.
Experts have all kinds of theories about the novel virus that has left more than 3,000 people dead.
MDH, a household name in Indian cooking, is recalling its products from retail stores in California for contamination that can cause diarrhoea, cramps, and fever within days of consuming it.
Having caused close to 50,000 human cases during the last two decades, plague is now categorised as a re-emerging disease.
Very few people have even heard of Chagas disease, cysticercosis, toxocariasis, toxoplasmosis, or trichomoniasis.
Around a third of people catheterized will develop bacteria in their urine, and a quarter will develop symptoms of a catheter-associated UTI.
Sam Ballard of Sydney, Australia died last week from a rare parasitic infection called rat lungworm disease.
New research suggests antibiotics may be a better option for most appendicitis patients.