Fred De Sam Lazaro reports how Cambodians' proximity to wildlife is sparking new concerns about the spread of avian flu.
NewsHour special correspondent Jeffrey Kaye reports on the American gun trade that is fueling drug-related violence in Mexico and new efforts to stop it.
By PBS NewsHour
The World Health Organization on Thursday declared a swine flu pandemic, marking the first worldwide flu epidemic in 41 years.
By PBS NewsHour
The H1N1 flu virus will likely continue to spread quickly between people across the globe, the World Health Organization's leader said Monday.
In other news, violent clashes between the Pakistani army and Taliban militants escalated in and around the Swat Valley as thousands of refugees fled the territory, and police in Afghanistan opened fire on a rally protesting recent U.S. air strikes…
Ray Suarez updates the situation in Mexico City surrounding the H1N1 flu virus outbreak as some businesses and public institutions, including schools and libraries, begin to reopen.
In the latest of a series of reports from Mexico City, Ray Suarez provides an update on how the H1N1 flu virus is affecting the city as the death toll climbed to 42.
As word emerged Tuesday that the first American has died of the H1N1 flu, the virus appeared to be waning in Mexico. After the latest U.S. news, Ray Suarez reports from Mexico City.
The number of cases of swine flu has grown to more than 1,000, spanning 20 countries, although there is some indication the spread of the virus is declining. Betty Ann Bowser provides an update on the situation.
Public health officials are expressing cautious optimism that the number of H1N1 flu cases may be leveling off. Ray Suarez reports from Mexico City on the center of the outbreak.
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