Does coronavirus spread through building pipes?

New concerns have been raised surrounding methods coronavirus now called COVID-19 can spread. This is after two Hong Kong residents fell ill even though they live in different houses in the same... Read more »

First Coronavirus Death Outside of China

The Coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, has claimed its first victim outside of China. A man died in the Philippines after traveling there from Wuhan, China, the center of the epidemic. At this time,... Read more »

Compared to the SARS in 2003, the Wuhan Coronavirus could trigger traffic woes.

Since the outbreak of the deadly virus in China, there is a constant decline in share prices in the transportation department. As of Monday, the Wuhan coronavirus has left more than 80... Read more »

U.S. Hunts For Deadly Wuhan China Virus, CDC Launches Airport Screening

The U.S. is taking proactive measures to prevent the spread of a potentially fatal respiratory virus, an aggressive coronavirus; codename 2019 nCoV. NBC News reports that Wuhan city in China, where the... Read more »

Measles Continues To Be A Threat In The US

Health officials have announced that people passing through five of the countries busiest airports this month may have been exposed to the measles virus. Chicago, Austin, Denver, Los Angeles and Richmond are... Read more »

Refusal to Immunize for Measles Is Dangerous

Measles is now a preventable disease, but today, many individuals are refusing to receive an immunization for this condition. In the past few years, researchers have only recorded approximately 1,000 cases of... Read more »

Ear Infections Took Out Neanderthals And The Flu Is After Humans

There’s always been a Neanderthal-human connection. Neanderthals stayed active all their lives in order to keep their immune system strong enough to fight off the virus world back then. Neanderthals didn’t live... Read more »

Mumps outbreaks found in migrant detention centers

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced August 30 that mumps has become a problem in migrant detention centers. Since September 2018, 898 adult migrants have had confirmed or suspected... Read more »

Montana Water Park Officials Warn Customers of Waterborne Illness

With summer officially here, families tend to go on more family-oriented trips, such as to the zoo, beaches, community swimming pools, amusement parks, and water parks. While these trips are fun for... Read more »

New Breakthrough Study Claims, Plant-based Diet A Potential Crohn’s Disease Cure

An ongoing study reveals promising new evidence that a plant-based diet can help Crohn’s disease patients achieve remission. This revelation creates new hope for the millions of Americans and sufferers worldwide that... Read more »