pandemic

Flu

This is a bad flu season. It could get worse.

A study just found that flu pandemics are most likely to occur during the late-spring to early-summer months.
Gabriel Connelly
1.30.18
Star Wars Battlefront 2

Disney Revives Beloved 'Battlefront II' As New, Shiny Version Enters Beta

As they try to play on new servers, fans are remembering just how much they loved old-school Battlefront, and how much they didn't love DICE's version.
Connor Trinske
10.4.17
end times

A Major Avian Influenza Outbreak Could Kill 62 Million People

“It’s just a matter of when it happens, how it happens, and how deadly it's going to be.”
Michelle Malia
7.8.17
It's Science

Another Thing to Blame on the South: Your Flu

Scientists recently tried to determine the origins of eight different outbreaks.
Dan Roe
2.14.17
brazil

Zika Definitely, Without a Doubt Causes Microcephaly

The CDC isn't mincing words anymore.
Kate Lunau
4.13.16
Gaming

Could the Post-Pandemic Chaos of 'The Division' Really Happen?

I Made the World Collapse in 24 Days
Nafeez Ahmed
2.13.16
Health

A Universal Flu Vaccine Is Headed to Clinical Trials

Could this be the end of the annual flu shot?
Kaleigh Rogers
1.17.15
asia & pacific

Painful Chikungunya Outbreak Reaches French Polynesia

The excruciating mosquito-borne virus has reached now the French archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. And its spreading like wildfire.
Virgile Dall’Armellina
10.17.14
Science

Seals and Sea Lions Brought Tuberculosis to the Americas Before Europeans

That doesn't mean Europeans are off the hook.
Becky Ferreira
8.20.14
Health

There's No Cure For Ebola Yet — But There Is an Experimental Serum

American aid workers who contracted the Hemorrhagic fever have shown marked improvement after being given the experimental treatment.
Jordan Larson
8.5.14
americas

A Flu Virus That Killed Millions in 1918 Has Now Been Recreated

Scientists say that the research is safe but many worry that it poses unnecessary risk if the virus gets accidentally released.
Olivia Becker
6.13.14
environment

Scientists Brought a 30,000-Year-Old Virus Back to Life — On Purpose

A virus buried for centuries under Siberian permafrost has been brought back to life. Could global warming cause our next pandemic?
Drennon Kimpton
3.5.14
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