By Larisa Epatko
Millions of cases of the Zika virus, with its potential to cause deformities in newborns, might come to the Americas over the next year, World Health Organization officials said Thursday.
In a special session on Sunday, the World Health Organization debated how to reform itself after acknowledging the organization had botched its response to the 2014 Ebola emergency.
By Carey Reed
An overtaxed international response to the Ebola outbreak will receive some much needed help. Cuba has agreed to send 165 healthcare workers to the region, the largest detachment of foreign doctors and nurses committed thus far. They are expected to…
By Jaywon Choe
The World Health Organization on Thursday declared a swine flu pandemic, marking the first worldwide flu epidemic in 41 years.
By PBS NewsHour
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