H1N1 Swine Flu News
Zika Virus Outbreak Updates: Florida Expands State of Emergency to 7th County
As the Zika virus outbreak continues, including in wide swaths of Central and South America, concerns are growing, especially for pregnant women, because the mosquito-borne virus has been linked with a serious birth defect called microcephaly, characterized by an abnormally small head and brain.
Zika Virus Outbreak Prompts CDC to Activate Highest Emergency Ops Level
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Emergency Operations Center has been moved to Level 1, the agency's highest level, due to the risk of Zika virus transmission in the U.S., officials said today. The Level 1 activation is "reflecting the agency’s assessment of the need for an
W.H.O. Declares Zika Virus a Global Health Emergency, First Time Since Ebola
The World Health Organization declared today that the Zika virus has reached the status of a global emergency. By deciding to declare that the mosquito-borne virus is a "public health emergency of international concern," it allows more money, resources and scientific research to be dedicated to
Day In Pictures 3.2.15
Netanyahu Speaks At AIPAC, Swine Flu Precautions In India, Prince William Tours Beijing's Forbidden City
U.S. and U.K. to Work Together on New Cybersecurity Safeguards
When I'm Dan Cutler and New York a visit from across the pond prime minister David Cameron is in Washington DC meeting with President Obama. Discussing terrorism and cyber security. To. Will be holding a joint news conference in just a moment and take into that went next about the appointment first
Dr. Richard Besser
Dr. Richard Besser, M.D., is ABC News' Chief Health and Medical Editor. In this role he provides medical analysis and reports for all ABC News programs and platforms, including "World News Tonight," " Good Morning America ," “20/20,” "Nightline," ABC News Radio and “This Week with George
Nationwide Flu Activity Worsening
Forty-three states reporting high or widespread activity six weeks into the flu season.
Flu : Your Top Questions Answered
With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reporting a brutal flu season underway, Americans are wondering about the best ways to protect themselves from the illness. Below, your top questions to ABC News about the flu answered by the experts: Why was the vaccine so ineffective? This
The Flu Hits Hard
National Institutes of Health's Dr. Anthony Fauci on the flu epidemic hitting the United States.