A closer look at the day’s most notable stories with The National’s Jonathon Gatehouse: health experts struggle to contain Ebola outbreak; the intense celebrity showdown between Taylor Swift and Kanye West turns political; experts answer questions about cannabis legalization plan.
E. coli is a type of bacteria that can cause harmful symptoms if there is an infection. It commonly causes UTI infections in women, however, it can also cause good poisoning. According to the NHS symptoms include “severe stomach cramps, vomiting, and diarrhoea that may be bloody.” Now some products have recalled after fears emerged […]
Enlarge / I don’t feel so good. (credit: Getty | Christopher Furlong) Puppies given a startling amount of antibiotics have spurred a multi-state outbreak of diarrhea-causing bacterial infections that are extensively drug resistant, federal and state health officials report this week. The finding, published in the September 21 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report by the […]
MONKEYPOX cases are currently on the rise, as the UK receives its first two incidences of the potentially deadly infection. Where have Monkeypox cases been reported?
MONKEYPOX is a rare viral infection which can begin with a fever and headache and develop into a rash. But while most people recover within weeks, it can cause severe illness and can have deadly consequences.
Woman’s recovery is testament to the effectiveness of a new treatment, which isolates patients in futuristic cube-shaped mobile units with transparent walls and gloved access.
A measles outbreak in Europe this summer is due to a lack of immunization, according to the World Health Organization. Researchers say that Russian trolls posting misinformation on vaccines are part of the problem.
Officials are hoping a new treatment can help patients already infected with the deadly virus, as they continue a vaccination campaign to prevent it.
Armed groups, dense populations and mass displacement make Congo’s latest deadly outbreak of the Ebola virus more challenging than ever to manage, the World Health Organization’s chief says.
The World Health Organization said it hopes to know as early as Tuesday whether the strain of Ebola causing the current outbreak is the one for which an experimental vaccine can be used.