The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) said there was a high risk of the Ebola virus spreading to the nation from Uganda
Potentially deadly, rheumatic fever has been eradicated in most of the developed world. Fresh research may help New Zealand finally follow suit
Since May 2022, cases of monkeypox have been reported in dozens of countries outside of Africa where the disease is endemic.
San Francisco, California has proclaimed a local health emergency due to the spread of monkeypox, Mayor London Breed said on Friday.
In a video posted on social media, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus recommended that "men who have sex with men" should reduce the number of their
Evidence of past infection was detected in 46% of samples, compared with 17% in February
The list of long COVID symptoms is growing, with researchers adding two new medical conditions. Hair loss and low libido are now being
For the second time in as many months, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) emergency committee met on Thursday to consider whether or not to declare the outbreak of monkeypox
‘Waiting for the autumn will be too late,’ says regional director as Omicron variants drive threefold surge in cases over past six weeks
BA.5, a highly transmissible variant, is dominating a surge of new infections. Many health officials say the wave is cause for caution, not alarm.
IATA is calling on the Government of Canada to quickly address several issues.
Scientists modelling the cancer-suppressing p53 gene identify how the 20 different molecules unique to elephants get activated
Men 69% more likely to die from melanoma than women, says Cancer Research UK, warning that lack of sun protection is a factor
India saw a steady increase in COVID cases in June. On average, the country reported fewer than 3,000 daily cases in May, but by the end of June, it had started reporting 17,000 cases per day.
The spread of monkeypox is a matter of concern, as more than 6,000 cases of the virus have already been registered in 58 countries around the world, World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Wednesday.