How close are we to the dystopias we winced at in 'Outbreak', 'Contagion' and '28 Days Later'?
From the "fake news aunty" to the "alarmingly chill parent", this virus is making us all act weird.
Twenty-five years after it came out, the movie about a deadly, highly contagious virus is – weirdly enough – kind of relaxing.
About 3,000 people who live in a garbage dump on the outskirts of the country's capital, Antananarivo, are still in close proximity to the pneumonic plague that began last August.
The Castle Donnington festival's been abandoned just four days before it was set to kick off.
Local authorities in Roka, where 233 people have recently tested positive for HIV, blame an unlicensed doctor who may have spread the disease by using dirty needles.
Although taking people to the giant icy hunk of land at the bottom of the world brings attention and awareness to the area's environmental issues, there are risks involved for the continent's avian inhabitants.
Dr Theresa Jones has seen and heard some terrible things.
If you live in a city, you're fucked.
Although there are many other terrifying diseases waiting to kill you.