Mumps Outbreak Reaches 367 Cases in Washington State; Numbers Expected to Rise
An ongoing outbreak of the mumps virus has continued to grow in Washington state, with at least 367 people either diagnosed or suspected of having the mumps, according to the Washington State Health Department. The vast majority of those infected have been school-aged children, according to Paul
At Least 80 Sick in Massive Mumps Outbreak in Washington State
Health officials in Washington State are fighting an outbreak of mumps that has infected 80 people in Spokane, according to the local health department . The outbreak has been ongoing since the end of last year, when two people were reportedly infected with the disease. Of the 80 infections
Doctors Reveal Photos of Zika's Effects on 1st Person Infected by Virus in US
The first person to be infected locally during Florida's Zika virus outbreak was nearly 5 months pregnant, according to a new case study published today in the New England Journal of Medicine. The case study reveals how doctors figured out that a 23-year-old pregnant woman was the first person in
Medical Experts Concerned After Trump Meets With Vaccine Skeptic
Doctors and members of the medical community are raising concern after President-elect Donald Trump met with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who has advocated for parental opt-out provisions on routine childhood vaccines in the past. "President-elect Trump has some doubts about the current vaccine policies
Kick Off the Countdown to Awards Season With Our Entertainment Roundtable
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Michael Rothman and Lesley Messer sit down with FiveThirtyEight's Walt Hickey for a look at early favorites and what movies are generating the most buzz.
Megyn Kelly Talks Conflict With Roger Ailes, Bill O'Reilly
Kelly opens up about sexual harassment at Fox News and some of the reactions she received.
Investigation: New Home Heartbreak
In Seattle, the walls were literally melting. In Birmingham, the floors bounced and creaked as they were walked on. In Tampa, bricks fell from the chimney, preventing anyone from parking in the driveway. In suburban Washington, D.C., holes in the foundation led to an infestation of rodents under
2 Curable, Preventable Illnesses Kill 1.4 Million Children a Year, UNICEF Report Says
Pneumonia and diarrhea -- two largely preventable and curable illnesses -- kill more children globally than all other childhood diseases combined, according to a new report released today by the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The report adds that pneumonia in
Arkansas Investigates Mumps Outbreak With More Than 400 Possible Cases
The Arkansas Department of Health is investigating a mumps outbreak that may have infected hundreds of people. A total of 427 suspected cases of mumps are being investigated in the state, with the majority of them children, the department reported on Friday . More than 30 schools in the state have
Making the Journey: A Look at the Plight of the World's Refugees
ABC News' Serena Marshall is at the Doctors Without Borders Exhibit on the global refugee crisis in Washington, DC.