The Little-Known Virus Causing a Panic Over Infant Brain Deformities in Brazil
The crisis is stark example of how difficult it still is to predict and control an epidemic.
Kaleigh Rogers and Letícia Naísa
There's a Rabies Vaccine But 59,000 People Still Die From It Every Year
The WHO wants the world to double down on fighting rabies, and finally end the disease.
Global Restrictions on Farm Antibiotics Needed to Fight Superbugs, Report Says
A new report calls for a concerted global effort, not just localized changes.
Chemicals Linked to Lung Disease Have Been Found in More Vaping Liquids
A Harvard study found 92 percent of the flavors tested contained one of the three chemicals.
Bacon Can Cause Cancer But that Doesn't Mean You Have to Stop Eating It
We got to the bottom of the WHO's new classification of processed meats as a carcinogen.
Everything Sounds the Same When You’re Depressed
Study shows people with depressive symptoms have trouble focusing on the speech of others when in social settings.