Three years since the cull started, the UK government is still intent on blasting badgers to death, and the Queen guitarist is still trying to stop them.
Authorities are investigating what caused more than 30 children to enter a long stupor after receiving three different vaccinations. Two died and six children in the Chiapas case remain in grave condition.
A Belgian aid organization is training cat-sized African pouched rats to use their keen sense of smell to detect the presence of tuberculosis in human mucus samples.
The centuries-old disease is crippling communities in one of the world's most untamed wildernesses. Now unmanned aerial vehicles could bring treatment to the country's far-flung reaches.
Papua New Guinea’s tuberculosis epidemic could be spilling across the border into Australia, but local health authorities seem to want to avoid talking about it.
That doesn't mean Europeans are off the hook.
It took years for an Innuit girl to be returned to her family, because no records were kept of where she came from or who her family was.
In the 50s, the Canadian government shipped thousands of Inuit people infected with tuberculosis from their homes in the Arctic to sanitariums in southern Canada without explaining their whereabouts to their families. We interviewed members of the...
Patients in South Africa are being sent home to die after treatment options are exhausted.
A UK study examining the funding for antibiotic resistance research finds there's little coming down the antibiotic pipeline there, either.
Roaming the countryside with animal rights activists.