The cause of the severe acute respiratory syndrome virus was confirmed Wednesday as World Health Organization representatives reported that Beijing had up to five times more SARS cases than China has officially acknowledged.
Although the fighting in Iraq continues, some of the injured have now returned to the U.S. to receive more medical attention. Susan Dentzer visits two servicemen who are recovering from their war-time injuries at the National Naval Medical Center in…
Scientists reported Thursday that the new virus present in those suffering from the respiratory illness known as severe acute respiratory syndrome comes from the same family as the one that causes the common cold.
As the flu-like disease known as severe acute respiratory syndrome continues to spread, a senior Chinese physician Wednesday accused his government of covering up details about the number of SARS cases in Beijing.
The U.S. is now in third place among countries where the mysterious respiratory disease known as SARS has occurred, with 148 suspected cases to date. Top officials from the Federal Centers for Disease Control and the NIH discuss how the…
The mysterious flu-like virus known as severe acute respiratory syndrome has infected 42 more people in Hong Kong and 27 more in mainland China government officials said Sunday.
Health authorities turned to legal moves Friday in their continuing efforts to control an outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome, a mysterious virus that has infected more than 2,300 people in 18 countries.
The World Health Organization urged travelers Wednesday to avoid Hong Kong and China's southern Guangdong province, where a mysterious flu-like disease has been spreading rapidly.
A mysterious flu-like disease has rapidly spread across parts of Asia and elsewhere. Senior correspondent Margaret Warner discusses the threat posed by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) with Dr. David Heymann, Director for Communicable Diseases at the World Health Organization.
Advances in civilian medicine and lessons learned from earlier conflicts are fueling a transformation in how medics treat U.S. soldiers injured in Iraq. On the battlefield, medics have sophisticated new tools to save lives, such as a bandage that fuses…
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