Media Mentions

November 10, 2019

13 Unexpected Reasons Why You Might Have A Fever - Huffington Post

November 6, 2019

Listeria Concerns Lead to Recall of Vegetable Products Sold at Trader Joes, Kroger - Healthline

Healthy Gut Microbiome Reference Database Initiated - Bio IT World

November 5, 2019

Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Ground Beef Leaves 1 Dead, 8 Hospitalized - Healthline

'Hey, What Is This?': Social Media, Not Docs, Increasingly Diagnosing STDs - Healthday

November 4, 2019

Video Measles and immune amnesia - Headline News

Cures for Every Cold Symptom, According to Doctors - Eat This, Not That!

November 1, 2019

20 Cold and Flu Remedies, According to Medical Experts - Eat This, Not That!

October 31, 2019

Measles Can Damage the Immune System, Making Us More Vulnerable to Other Diseases - Healthline

Measles Leaves People More Vulnerable to Future Infections - Healthday

October 29, 2019

What Is Encephalitis? Former Senator Kay Hagan Dies After Powassan Virus Battle - Prevention

October 28, 2019

This Newly Discovered Virus Replicates in a Completely Unknown Way - Livescience

What are food poisoning's long-term effects? - Mic

October 23, 2019

New Drug on the Horizon for Flu's Ills? - Healthday

October 21, 2019

This Virus May Be Causing Mysterious Polio-Like Illness That's Paralyzing Some Children - Live Science

Scientists Spot Signs of Virus Behind Disease Paralyzing Kids - Healthday

October 17, 2019

Where to Get a Free Flu Shot in 2019, Even If You Don't Have Insurance - Allure

October 15, 2019

You’re probably washing your hands all wrong. Here's the right way, according to experts. - Yahoo!

Audio Drug Shortages Government in Action or Inaction - The Etherist

If You Have an Egg Allergy, Can You Still Get a Flu Shot? - Health

Professional lab work found Austin City Limits Music Festival was down and dirty - Food Safety News

October 12, 2019

I Got a Fever After the Flu Shot—Here’s Why That’s Totally Normal - Prevention

October 11, 2019

A Patient's Guide to Meningitis - US News & World Report

October 9, 2019

Why you should track flu outbreaks this flu season - CNet

Bugging Out - Pacific Sun

October 7, 2019

40 Health Myths That Every Woman Should Know Are Bogus - Women’s Health

October 6, 2019

Your Washing Machine Can Be a Home for Bacteria — What You Should Know - Healthline

October 3, 2019

Maker of shingles vaccine working to overcome shortfall - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

October 2, 2019

What Adults 50 and Older Need to Know About the Flu Shot - Prevention

‘Unprecedented’ demand for shingles vaccine leads to shortage - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

September 28, 2019

Washing Machines May Sometimes Harbor Drug-Resistant Bacteria, Report Says - LiveScience

September 27, 2019

Video Eastern Equine Encephalitis - Pittsburgh Now

A Michigan Man Contracted Tuberculosis From a Deer—Here's What You Need to Know - Health

September 26, 2019

What to Know About Hepatitis C Screenings—And Who Should Get One - Health

Experimental Genital Herpes Vaccine Shows Promise in Mice - Healthday

September 24, 2019

Your Flu Risk is Influenced By Where You Live, According to a New Study - Health

September 23, 2019

Why Isn't There a Hepatitis C Vaccine—And When Can You Expect One? - Health

September 18, 2019

Here's What You Need To Know About Working Out With A Cold - Women’s Health

Check Your Pantry: Gold Medal Flour Recalled Over E.coli Fears - Healthline

September 17, 2019

Merck’s Ebola vaccine, used widely in DRC outbreak, up for FDA approval - Infectious Disease News

September 15, 2019

Central York School District warns of possible measles exposure, second case confirmed in York - York Dispatch

September 13, 2019

How To Deal With Anxiety Over Getting Tested For STIs, According To Experts - Bustle

September 12, 2019

Hurricane Dorian Is Gone. But the Bahamas Still Faces a Big Risk From Infectious Disease - Time

September 11, 2019

Chinese Scientists Tried to Treat HIV Using CRISPR - LiveScience

Tuna Steaks Recalled Due to Toxin That Causes ‘Allergic Reaction’ - Healthline

September 10, 2019

We Found Dozens of Uncounted Deaths During the Flint Water Crisis. Here’s How. - PBS Frontline

Study Points to Herd Immunity Against HPV in Unvaccinated U.S. Adults - Healthday

September 6, 2019

Doxycycline prophylaxis promising for bacterial STI prevention - Infectious Disease News

August 30, 2019

Ebola in the DRC: One Year, 2000 deaths and counting - The Hill

August 27, 2019

Test All U.S. Adults for Hepatitis C, Expert Panel Says - Healthday

August 26, 2019

Eastern Equine Encephalitis Has Reportedly Killed 1 Woman—Here's What to Know About the Mosquito-Borne Disease - Health

August 22, 2019

Border Patrol vaccine policy is seemingly crafted to spread the flu - The Hill

August 21, 2019

What to Know About the Zika Virus and Its Symptoms, According to Experts - Health

August 20, 2019

HPV Vaccine Pros, Cons & Controversy: Why I Still Vaccinated My Kids Anyway - Women’s Health Interactive

August 19, 2019

Migraine Medication Recalled Due to Bacteria: What to Know - Healthline

August 18, 2019

A 5-Year-Old Girl Was Put on a Breathing Tube After Developing Tick Paralysis - Prevention

August 17, 2019

One small drug, one giant leap for tuberculosis treatment - The Hill

A 5-Year-Old Girl Was Put on a Breathing Tube After Developing Tick Paralysis - Prevention

August 15, 2019

Video Deadly toxic algae and flesh-eating bacteria spread up the East Coast - Fox News

August 14, 2019

New findings provide additional evidence of AFM, enterovirus link - Infectious Disease in Children

August 13, 2019

Dole Recalls Spinach Over Salmonella Concerns - Healthline

August 11, 2019

Video Separating fact from fiction about Lyme disease - Fox News

August 8, 2019

Where to Get the Flu Shot for the 2019-2020 Season, According to a Doctor - Prevention

August 4, 2019

Video Ebola in the DRC - Al Jazeera

July 18, 2019

Looking to take a dip in the rivers? Swim at your own risk - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

July 17, 2019

Video Necrotizing Fasciitis - Headline News

June 27, 2019

Global trachoma risk reduced by 91% since 2002, WHO says - Infectious Disease News

June 24, 2019

CBD as a Superbug Antibiotic? - WebMD

Could CBD Fight Superbugs? Marijuana Compound Shows Promise As an Antibiotic - LiveScience

June 21, 2019

Minister: 8 tourism deaths in Dominican Republic not unusual - AP

June 20, 2019

Frozen Avocados Recalled After Listeria Detected - Healthline

June 19, 2019

Shania Twain Says She Lost Her Voice to Lyme Disease—But How Can That Happen? - Prevention

June 18, 2019

What to Know About the Frozen Spinach Recall = Healthline

Another Climate Change Threat: More 'Flesh-Eating' Bacteria? - Healthday

Is the world due for an influenza pandemic? - Infectious Disease News

June 14, 2019

Berry Mix Being Recalled Over Hepatitis A Fears - Healthline

Sourtoe Cocktails Have Actual Human Toes in Them—but Are They Even Safe to Drink? - Prevention

What Is a Fecal Transplant? Patient’s Death Linked to the Procedure, FDA Warns - Prevention

June 13, 2019

CDC investigates after 4 patients got sepsis from contaminated platelet transfusions - CNN

Jessica Biel Says She's 'Not Against Vaccinations' Despite Lobbying Against California Vaccination Bill - Women’s Health

June 7, 2019

US in Danger of Losing Measles 'Elimination Status.' Here's What That Means. - LiveScience

June 6, 2019

How Close Are We to Getting a Lyme Disease Vaccine? - Healthline

June 5, 2019

MORDOR 2: Azithromycin MDA remains effective at 3 years in Niger - Infectious Diseases in Children

June 1, 2019

Is your favorite swimming pool being inspected? - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

May 30, 2019

When Do Babies Get the Measles Vaccine? Why Some Doctors Are Now Giving It Earlier - What To Expect

May 29, 2019

Scientists Develop an Antibiotic Alternative Against 'Superbugs' - HealthDay

May 20, 2019

Trade War With China Threatens To Make Problems With Generic Medicine Worse - Forbes

May 15, 2019

What to Know About Canine Brucellosis, the Dog Disease That Can Spread to People - Prevention

May 12, 2019

Here’s Where a Measles Outbreak Is Most Likely to Occur in the U.S. - Healthline

May 10, 2019

Upstate NY Counties Monitoring Measles Outbreak - WAMC

May 8, 2019

An Antibiotic Alternative? Using a Virus to Fight Bacteria - Healthday

May 6, 2019

What we know about the death of popular Christian writer Rachel Held Evans - Washington Post

May 5, 2019

Video Infectious Disease - Exploring Minds with Michele Carroll

What you need to know about measles - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

May 3, 2019

Video Measles Outbreak - PCNC

May 2, 2019

4 more cases of measles confirmed in Allegheny County - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

'We thought he had the flu:' Mom shares heartbreaking story of an illness that took her son's life - AccuWeather

May 1, 2019

Is Your Business Prepared for a Measles Pandemic? - Brink

Measles Case in Waiting Room? Liability Exposure if Diagnosis Missed - ED Legal Letter

Why Essential Oils Probably Won’t Protect You From Ticks This Summer - Prevention

April 30, 2019

Is Measles Here To Stay? - NPR

Measles confirmed in Pittsburgh, health officials say - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

April 29, 2019

US measles cases climb to 704 as the disease spreads among unvaccinated people - CNBC

CDC: Single-year measles cases at 25-year high -- more than 700 cases so far- The Washington Times

10 Home Remedies for Diarrhea - Reader’s Digest

April 27, 2019

Pittsburgh-area doctors sound alarm about deadly fungal superbug - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

April 26, 2019

New report covers vaccine platform potential for countermeasure development - CIDRAP

April 25, 2019

Five Years In, the Flint Water Crisis Continues Its Deadly Toll - PBS

Blood-Sucking Kissing Bug Bites Girl in Delaware, Spotted Throughout U.S. - Prevention

The Germiest Place in Your Bathroom Isn’t Your Toilet - Time

April 24, 2019

Measles is spreading rapidly in New York City — 94 more people have gotten sick this month - Business Insider

What to Know About the Measles Outbreak If You're Pregnant or Just Gave Birth - What to Expect

U.S. measles cases hit highest level since eradication in 2000 - Reuters

April 23, 2019

Unpacking the Root Causes and Consequences of Vaccine Hesitancy - American Journal of Managed Care

Vaccinated People Can Get Measles, but This Is Why You Need the Shot - Healthline

AFM: Now a Part of the Infectious Disease Mileu - Prevention Strategist

April 19, 2019

Lethal Listeria Outbreak: Why Is This Bug So Dangerous? - LiveScience

April 18, 2019

Q&A: Is the CDC’s delay in linking AFM to EV-D68 warranted? - Infectious disease in Children

April 17, 2019

4 scary health issues that should be on your college-bound child’s radar - Yahoo!

April 16, 2019

Video Measles - Fox News

April 16, 2019

Can You Still Get the Measles If You've Been Vaccinated? - LiveScience

April 15, 2019

Video Measles - WTEN

Audio ‘No evidence that Enterovirus D68 is an imported disease’ - Outbreak News Today

April 5, 2019

Video Measles - Pittsburgh Now (PCNC)

A Second Person May Be Cured of HIV - LiveScience

March 4, 2019

Ingredients in Toothpaste, Mouthwash May Be Creating Antibiotic Resistant Germs - Healthline

Largest Study Ever Finds No Link Between Measles Vaccine, Autism - Healthy

Jessica Simpson Hospitalized with Bronchitis for Fourth Time During Pregnancy - Prevention

‘The Voice’ Contestant Janice Freeman, 33, Dies of of Pneumonia, Blood Clot - Prevention

March 2, 2019

9 Things to Know Before You Try Strap-On Sex - Self

February 28, 2019

11 things medical shows always get wrong, according to doctors - Insider

February 27, 2019

Cases of a New, More Deadly Flu Strain Are on the Rise, According to the CDC - Prevention

February 26, 2019

Applying Science to the Beauty and Wellness Beat - The Open Notebook

February 22, 2019

Here’s What’s Going On with the 2019 Flu Season - Healthline

Should physicians prescribe antivirals to patients at high risk for flu-related complications more than 2 days after symptom onset? - Infectious Disease News

Sharp Drop in Invasive Meningococcal Disease Underscores Importance of Vaccination - Contagion Live

February 21, 2019

Whoopi Goldberg Has Pneumonia, Debunking Theories She’s Hosting the Oscars - Prevention

February 20, 2019

What You Need to Know About So-Called 'Zombie' Deer Disease - Self

February 13, 2019

Here's What You Need to Know About Norovirus - Consumer Reports

February 6, 2019

What Is H. Pylori? 4 Things To Know About This Common Parasite - Bustle

Flu season could cost employers $17.5 billion - Multibriefs

February 4, 2019

Anti-vaxxers are as dangerous to global health as HIV, doctor declares as rates of exemptions soar in the US - Daily Mail

February 2, 2019

Beyond Rash And Fever: How Measles Kills 100,000 Children A Year - NPR

Predictive analytics may ease the burden of flu outbreaks - Modern Healthcare

February 1, 2019

Today's skepticism of vaccines could be as big of a health threat as HIV - USA Today

January 31, 2019

The risk of a global pandemic is not diminishing - International Agenda

January 29, 2019

How to Protect Yourself in Extremely Cold Weather - Self

January 24, 2019

A 'healthy' 32-year-old man just died from the flu — what happened? - Yahoo!

January 23, 2019

Two deaths from exposure to pigeon poop have Scotland on high alert - Yahoo!

January 22, 2019

Pre-infected $80 tissues claim to help you prepare for flu season. Here's what doctors have to say - Yahoo!

January 18, 2019

Plague: What to Know in 2019 - WebMD

How to Avoid Hospital Acquired Infections - Caredash

January 17, 2019

Anti-Vaccine Movement Joins Ebola, Drug Resistance on List of Top Global Threats - Livescience

January 16, 2019

10 Ways You’re Unknowingly Causing Yeast Infections - Aaptive

Preventing Public Health and Water Disasters - Ident Solutions

January 14, 2019

Good News: This Year's Flu Vaccine Seems to Be a Good Match - Self

January 15, 2019

Air pollution, obesity and vaccine hesitancy climb WHO list of global health threats - The Telegraph

Is It Really Flu? How Adenovirus Mimics Influenza - Everyday Health

January 14, 2019

This cruise ship had to turn around after 500 people got sick — why does this keep happening? - Yahoo! News

January 11, 2019

Video Influenza - PCNC

Respiratory Syncytial Virus Is the Flu-Like Illness You Haven't Heard About - Self

Flu is widespread in Pennsylvania, but numbers are down from last year - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

January 2, 2019

Teen returns from cruise with 'terrifying' mystery illness that's left her permanently blind - Yahoo!

December 31, 2018

Generation Zika - The Telegraph

December 24, 2018

Adenovirus killed a college student. There's a vaccine, but she couldn't get it. - NBC

No news is bad news for public health - High Country News

December 23, 2018

Experts suggest more frequent mass distribution of azithromycin - Infectious Disease News

December 22, 2018

6 Ways Cold Weather Is Good For Your Health Sometimes That'll Help You Hate Winter A Little Less - Elite Daily

December 19, 2018

New flu guidelines emphasize testing, treatment of high-risk patients - Infectious Disease News

December 17, 2018

How to Make Abstract Concepts Concrete - CLOSLER

December 14, 2018

Audio Germs On a Plane - WNYC

Audio Plague of Suspicion - WNYC

Del Monte Recalls Canned Corn Over Concerns It Could Cause ‘Life-Threatening Illness' - Self

Advice for parents: ‘No reason to panic’ over AFM - Infectious Diseases in Children

December 13, 2018

New Chlamydia Test Provides Diagnosis Within 30 Minutes - Healthline

Ask your science teacher - The Tomah Journal

December 9, 2018

Video Ebola Outbreak in Congo - CTV

December 7, 2018

Women face brunt of Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of the Congo - The Washington Times

December 6, 2018

Audio Lessons From The 1918 Flu Pandemic - WCPN

41 percent of Americans don’t plan on getting a flu shot — don't be one of them - The Hill

A Common Virus May Be Linked to Heart Problems in Fetuses - LiveScience

What Are Mumps Symptoms? Outbreak Hits College Campuses - Medical Daily

December 5, 2018

6 Things That Increase Your Risk of Cellulitis - Health

December 4, 2018

There’s a New Way to Treat 'Traveler's Diarrhea' - Healthline

December 2, 2018

What Is Dysbiosis? 7 Signs Your Microbiome Is Out Of Whack - Bustle

November 29, 2018

A nurse was fired for refusing to get her flu shot — is that justified? - Yahoo!

November 28, 2018

Can a Hot Toddy Really Make Me Feel Better or Is Grandma Kidding Herself? - Greatist

November 27, 2018

Half Of Parents Think The Flu Shot Causes Flu—Here’s Why That’s Not True - SimpleMost

November 26, 2018

11 HIV symptoms every woman should keep on her radar - The Maravi Post

November 25, 2018

Audio Infant botulism and honey pacifiers - Outbreak News Today

Audio Chickenpox outbreak in an Asheville school: A ‘viral exchange center’ - Outbreak News Today

November 24, 2018

Chickenpox vaccine stops ritual ‘sacrifice’ to the virus - Butler Eagle

November 23, 2018

Audio 100th Anniversary of the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic - Voice of America

FDA Warns About Giving Honey To Babies Over Botulism Scare - Finance Daily

November 21, 2018

We are spreading chickenpox with religious vaccine exemptions - The Hill

I Think It's Rude to Ask Guests to Take Off Their Shoes—Here's Why -

What Is Adenovirus? Maryland Student Dies From Complications After Infection - Medical Daily

November 20, 2018

Western Pa. grocers pull romaine from shelves amid E. coli scare - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

No, Flu Shot Side Effects Don’t Mean That the Vaccine Gave You the Flu - Self

CDC issues updated data on acute flaccid myelitis in US - Reuters

FDA warns parents: no honey before age 1 - Yahoo!

November 19, 2018

Researchers Found Bacteria in the Human Brain - Vice

This mystery virus is back after being dormant for 50 years - Daily Post

November 16, 2018

EMA Curtails Use of Fluoroquinolone, Quinolone Antibiotics - Medscape

November 15, 2018

Bacteria May Live (Harmlessly) in Your Brain - LiveScience

November 14, 2018

Video Health Beat: Polio-like Disease - WNYT

October 9, 2018

UPMC confirms 3 suspected cases of rare disease that paralyzes children - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

October 8, 2018

A rare polio-like disease is paralyzing kids in Minnesota - Yahoo!

October 4, 2018

Flu Season Lingers in Big Cities - Healthday

Physicians Harness Power of Heavy Metal to Fight Bacteria - Medscape

October 3, 2018

Ricin attacks will continue - The Hill

Everything You Need to Know About HPV & the Vaccine - SheKnows

How Easy Is It to Make Ricin? - The Atlantic

October 2, 2018

Audio Rauner’s Office Contributed To Delay In Quincy Legionnaires' Notice - WBEZ

Audio Ricin: A weapon of assassination rather than mass destruction - Outbreak News Today

September 28, 2018

100 years ago, influenza killed as many as 50 million people. Could it happen again today? - USA Today

This Is the First Case of a Human Contracting Rat Hepatitis E - Live Science

September 27, 2018

Return of U.S. Flu Season Brings Worries About a Virulent Replay - Bloomberg

Flu Vaccine Rates Could Drop, Raising Public Health Concerns - Bloomberg Law

What NOT to Eat During Flu Season - My Recipes

September 25, 2018

Don't wait to get a flu shot, doctors urge - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Immigrants & disease op-ed misinterpreted - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

September 21, 2018

Pandemrix Vax for 2009 H1N1 Pandemic Tied to More Adverse Events - Medpage Today

September 20, 2018

Audio Germ City: How SARS Changed the Face of Air Travel - WNYC

September 18, 2018

Revamped US biodefense strategy adds natural disasters and lab accidents - Nature

Do I Have A Parasite? 9 Physical & Mental Symptoms That Could Be Signs - Bustle

5 Scary Things You Can Catch From Floodwater After a Hurricane - Health

September 17, 2018

Audio Undocumented immigrants and the import of infectious diseases: A real health security risk to the US? - Outbreak News Today

September 16. 2018

Group to start needle exchange program in Framingham - The MetroWest Daily News

September 13, 2018

Multiple International Flights Were Quarantined In The US. Here's What Happened. - Buzzfeed

September 12, 2018

How Netflix’s ‘Afflicted’ Failed the Chronic Illness Community - Huffington Post

September 11, 2018

These 9 Diseases Are the Most Deadly in the World - Reader's Digest

Passengers on 4 Southwest Flights Possibly Exposed to Measles - Self

September 10, 2018

Undocumented immigrants, open borders are not an infectious disease risk - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

September 7, 2018

 What are your rights if your plane is quarantined? - Yahoo!

A Mom Warns Parents About a Link Between Sepsis and Shoes Without Socks - Fatherly

September 6, 2018

What to do (and what to eat) when your lady bits get inflamed - Well + Good

September 5, 2018

Can You Get The Flu On A Plane? If You’re Scared Of Getting Sick While Traveling, Here’s What To Know - Bustle

 Ten passengers removed from a quarantined Emirates flight with Vanilla Ice onboard at New York's JFK after reports that a HUNDRED fell ill - DailyMail

Health Experts Urge Everyone—Especially Kids—to Get Their Flu Shot by Halloween - Self

September 4, 2018

14 Surprising Things You Shouldn’t Do if You Have the Flu - Reader's Digest

Can You Really Get Sepsis from Trying on Shoes Without Socks? - Live Science 

August 30, 2018

The FDA Warns That Certain Type 2 Diabetes Meds Have Been Linked to a Rare Genital Infection - Self

August 29, 2018

Carey Hart Shares a Photo of His Son With Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease - Self

Budget cuts, dating apps, and unsafe sex — why STDs in America are at an all-time high - Yahoo!

When Is The Flu Shot Available In 2018? You Can Get It Now, But Here’s Why You Might Want To Wait - Bustle

August 28, 2018

What You Need to Know About Chagas Disease—the Illness Spread by Kissing Bugs - Self

August 27, 2018

Plum School District delays start of school until Sept. 4 - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

August 26, 2018

Understanding why measles has resurfaced is essential in order to tame it - The Hill

August 24, 2018

Doctors Put the Chicken Pox Party Debate to Rest Once & for All - SheKnows

3 Ways Every Clinician Can Contribute to Pandemic Preparedness - Doximity

Cowboys player Travis Frederick diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome. What is it, exactly? - Yahoo!

August 23, 2018

The Hajj is a Perfect Laboratory for Disease Warning Systems - Wired

Russian bots were used to sow divisions on vaccines, researchers say - STAT

August 20, 2018

Video Infectious disease topics - PCNCUPMC confirms 3 suspected cases of rare disease that paralyzes children


Video Measles - CTV 


August 17, 2018

Measles not a threat in Pennsylvania despite nationwide outbreak - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Study: Credit cards carry more types of bacteria than coins, cash -

August 14, 2018

Audio Totalitarian governments spawn infectious disease outbreaks that place other countries at risk - Outbreak News Today

August 13, 2018

7 Flu Shot Side Effects You Should Know About - Women's Health

August 7, 2018

Doctors say the new tick remains a 'nuisance' — but has the potential to spread pathogens - Yahoo!

August 3, 2018

Should we fear being licked by our dogs? - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

August 2, 2018

This Woman’s ‘Electric Shock’ Leg Pain Was Caused By a Parasite in Her Back - Self

August 1, 2018

Germs Gaining Resistance to Hand Gels in Hospitals - Healthday

Butler native to give lecture - Butler Eagle

July 30, 2018

Meat allergy after tick bite may explain severe allergic reactions - Reuters

Pandemic threat topic of free Café Sci presentation - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

July 27, 2018

Should I Sanitize My Smartphone? - The Wall Street Journal

July 26, 2018

This Baseball Star Is Out Sick With Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease - Self

Audio (39:20) - Pandemics - WISR

July 25, 2018

12 Scary Diseases You Didn’t Know You Could Catch at the Beach - Reader's Digest

July 23, 2018

Handwashing 101 - Weight Watchers Canada

July 21, 2018

No, Shingles Isn't an Old Person's Disease — Here's What You Need to Know - She Knows

July 20, 2018

McDonald’s salads pulled because of cyclospora outbreak - and here's what that means - Live Strong

July 17, 2018

How to Treat and Prevent Athlete's Foot - Care Dash

July 12, 2018

Video Researcher predicts the next global pandemic will be respiratory - WTOV


BARDA support paves way for at-home flu tests - CIDRAP

July 11, 2018

Report Warns of Dog Illness That Can Spread to Owners - Healthday

Mycoplasma Genitalium Is Yet Another STD That Needs To Be On Your Radar - Women's Health

July 10, 2018

Rescued Thai Boys Being Watched for Illnesses Caught from Cave Animals - Scientific American

The Rescued Thai Soccer Team Is Being Monitored For 'Cave Disease' and Other Health Concerns -

July 9, 2018

Rescued from the Cave, Thai Soccer Team Gets Quarantined: Here's Why - Live Science

July 7, 2018

How Kerala said “bye bye” to the Nipah virus - Health Issues India

July 5, 2018

Can You Get An STD From Kissing? - Women's Health

July 4, 2018

Interesting Examples of AI in Healthcare - Tacit Key

June 30, 2018

‘You can never be completely prepared’: How scientists spot the next pandemic - Global News

June 29, 2018

The Symptoms of Toxic Shock Syndrome You Need to Know - Self

Meet the virus hunters: scientists to track down diseases X, Y and Z - The Telegraph

June 28, 2018

More than half of most meats contain harmful bacteria: 'A serious threat to public health' - Yahoo!

June 25, 2018

Got a Virus? Its Name Matters More Than You Think - Leaps

June 23, 2018

A Global Guide For Leery Travelers - NPR

June 21, 2018

How prepared is the US for an anthrax attack? - CNN

The Secret To Living Longer - Honey Colony

June 16. 2018

Bioterrorism preparedness: A Critical Role for the Infection Preventionist - Prevention Strategist

June 12, 2018

Video Concerns over tick-borne disease Powassan after local case confirmed - WTEN

A 5-Year-Old Girl Woke Up Paralyzed From A Tick Bite - Women's Health 

Lyme disease may linger even with treatment - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

June 8, 2018

A Woman Died From Hepatitis A After Eating Frozen Pomegranate Seeds That Were Linked to a Recall - Self

June 7, 2018

Characteristics of a Pandemic—The Devil is in the Details - ContagionLive

June 6, 2018

How Do You Die from Hepatitis A? - LiveScience

June 5, 2018

Dogs carry a surprising variety of flu viruses - Science News

June 4, 2018

What lies beneath: Protect yourself before diving into swimming pools - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Keynote Speaker Focuses on Four Guiding Principles - AUC News

June 1, 2018

Fragile Antibiotic Supply Chain Causes Shortages And Is A National Security Threat - Forbes

Bug Off - Better Homes & Garden

May 30, 2018

Research develop framework to identify microorganisms with high pandemic potential - Homeland Preparedness News

Exploring stomach bacteria: surging interest despite doctor ignorance - Honey Colony

May 29, 2018

What to Know About the Rare and Deadly Nipah Virus - Self

Characteristics of microorganisms most likely to cause a global pandemic - Science Daily

RNA Viruses Viewed as Greatest Threat for Causing Global Pandemic - Genetic Engineering and & Biotechnology News

4 Places You Can Get an STI—Besides Your Vagina - Health

Global pandemic pathogen: Characteristics, host factors - Outbreak News Today

Report identifies characteristics of microorganisms most likely to cause a global pandemic - Medical Xpress 

May 27, 2018

Video Pandemics I - KDKA


Video Pandemics II - KDKA


May 25, 2018

Where Did the Deadly Nipah Virus Come From — And What Other Outbreaks Should We Expect? - LiveScience

May 24, 2018

Senator Wants Funding to Update Pandemic Flu Response Stockpile - Bloomberg Law

May 23, 2018

Surprising Conditions You Can Get in Your Eyes - Health

May 21, 2018

Congo begins trial Ebola vaccination amid widening outbreak - The Washington Times

Mock Clade X pandemic decimates human population; denotes global pre-planning needs - Homeland Preparedness News

Disease X - London Review of Books

May 18, 2018

Audio (44:24) Pandemics - WISR

What Are HIV and AIDS? Everything You Need to Know - Care Dash

May 17, 2018

WHO Says Ebola outbreak spread to  Congo city - The Washington Times

To Fight Airplane Germs, Be Practical, Not Panicky - Nerd Wallet 

3 New Cases of 'Super Gonorrhea' Have Been Reported—But What Even Is It? - Women's Health

8 Silent Signs You Could Have a Parasite - Reader's Digest

May 16, 2018

New Study: More Needs to be Done to Prevent Pandemic - Erie News Now

Scientists issue fresh warning on next global pandemic- Disease X - The Guardian Nigeria

How Gross Is it to Wear Your Shoes in the House? - Vice

May 15, 2018

Report: Develop surveillance, diagnosis, treatments and vaccines to prepare for catastrophic pandemic potential pathogens - Science Speaks

Global pandemic WARNING: Disease is coming and we CANNOT stop it - shock report - Sunday Express

May 14, 2018

Report: Next Pandemic Will Likely be Respiratory-Based Virus - Medpage Today

Airborne Viruses Pose Greatest Threat Of Pandemic, Hopkins Center For Health Security Report Says - Kaiser Family Foundation

The Next Deadly Pandemic Could be unlike Any Threats We Know, Say Experts- Science Alert

Is this the face of Disease X? The deadly pathogens which could cause the next global pandemic - The Daily Telegraph

New developments in case of nurse who allegedly exposed patients to hepatitis C - Yahoo!

May 13, 2018

The Next Pandemic: Forget Zika Or Ebola, Airborne Viruses Like The Flu And The Common Cold Are The Real Threat - Inquisitr

May 12, 2018

Here's What the Next Pandemic Pathogen Might Look Like - Live Science

What Does the Next Pandemic Pathogen Look Like? - Precision Vaccinations

Global pandemic caused by common cold will kill millions, experts warn - Daily Star

May 11, 2018

Center for Health Security warns: Prepare for Next Pandemic Pathogen - CIDRAP 

US Investigates bloodstream infections for link to heparin syringes - Reuters

May 10, 2018

Documents: Rauner's Own Administration Critical of Legionnaire's Notification - WBEZ

May 9, 2018

Why Baby Boomers and Veterans are More Likely to have hepatitis C - Yahoo!

May 8, 2018

The Greatest Threat to Human Health Hasn't Changed in 100 years - Nanovision

May 7, 2018

Video Infectious Disease Topics - PCNC

Do You Ever Share Toothbrushes? You could be exposing yourself to a disease - Yahoo! 

May 5, 2018

Video Food Security and the Romaine Lettuce E.coli Crisis - KDKA


May 4, 2018

How Romaine Lettuce Turned Deadly - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

The 11 Most Effective Tick and Mosquito Protection Tips You Need this Summer - Self 

May 2, 2018

What to Know About Hantavirus -- the rare illness that killed a woman in New Mexico - Self

1st Death Tied to Outbreak of E.coli in Romaine Lettuce -- How it Kills -- LiveScience

There are 5 types of hepatitis - do you know the difference? - Yahoo!

April 30, 2018

No, a woman wasn't 'eaten alive' by scabies. Here's what likely happened - LiveScience

Even a "Bad" Flu Vaccine Could Save 61,000 lives - Healthday

A Comprehensive and Easy Guide to Prevent and Kill Head Lice - Healdove

Gut Microbiome Testing: New Path To Better Health - Honey Colony

April 26, 2018

How to Get Rid of Scabies - Zwivel

April 25, 2018

Mass antibiotic dosing reduces child mortality in sub-Saharan Africa - Infectious Disease News

April 20, 2018

UPMC Contacting 4700 people possibly exposed to tuberculosis by infected ER employee - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Throw Away your Romaine Lettuce to avoid potential illness, CDC says - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

April 19, 2018

Why You Might Need a Vaccine to go to the Kentucky Derby - Live Science

April 11, 2018

Your Hospital Bed is Probably Full of Germs - NY Post

April 6, 2018

Lin-Manuel Miranda's "Migraine" Turned Out to Be Shingles - Self

April 5, 2018

Hospital 'Breach' May Have Exposed Patients to HIV, Hepatitis: What Went Wrong? - Livescience

April 4, 2018

Super Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea Coming to US, Experts say - Healthday

April 3, 2018

'Nightmare Bacteria' Stalk US Hospitals - Kaiser Health News

CDC Documents Hundreds of of cases of 'unusual resistance' in the US - Infectious Disease News

March 29, 2018

Is it Too Late to Get A Flu Shot? Because Flu Season isn't Over Yet - Self

How Bacteria-Killing Viruses May Save Us From Antibiotic Resistance - Leaps

March 28, 2018

Teachers Explain How They Avoid Getting Sick - Self

March 22, 2018

Mumps is making a comeback--here's what you need to  know - Yahoo!

March 20, 2018

We Asked Infectious Disease Experts to Rank 5 Flu Prevention Products - Self

March 19, 2018

No, One Sick Passenger Won't Infect Everyone on the Plane - Livescience

March 15, 2018

Zika virus: down, but not out - Infectious Disease News

March 13, 2018

Could a lung cancer drug point to a cure for HIV? - Healthline

March 12, 2018

What is Disease X -- and is it going to kill you? - Women's Health

March 7, 2018

Western Pennsylvania cheerleaders possibly exposed to mumps at Texas competition - Pittsburgh Tribune Review 

March 5, 2018

Medicine's Long, Thin Supply Chain - Wired

March 2, 2018

How do Kids Anal Worms? - Romper

MCR-1 carrying Shigella found in China - CIDRAP

March 1, 2018

The CDC Voted to Bring Back the Nasal Flu Vaccine - Self

February 28, 2018

Scientists Want to Completely Rethink How They Make The Flu Vaccine - Bloomberg

February 23, 2018

Japan has a new flu drug that could kill the flu in 24 hours. So why doesn't the US have it? - Yahoo!

FluMist Nasal Spray Poised for a Return - Pittsburgh Tribune Review 

February 20, 2018

Is A Killer "Klebsi" Plague Threatening the United States? - Snopes

DOH: Capital Region Sees Highest Percentage Increase in HIV, STDs than rest of state - Albany Times Union

Flu Cases Finally Dropping in Western Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Can a Flu Test be Wrong? Don't put all your eggs in one basket - Romper

Flu shot during pregnancy poses no harm to baby - Healthday

February 16, 2018

Answers to your most pressing flu season questions - Consumer Reports

February 13, 2018

Audio Troubling statements about vaccines: Gloria Copeland and Milwaukee's Patricia McManus - Outbreak News Today

What the heck is an adenovirus and how worried should you actually be? - Self

February 9, 2018

Profile - The Native Society

Man Up? According to Science Man Flu Might Have Merit? - Healthyway

February 8, 2018

Audio Norovirus at the Olympics - WBAL Radio

'Viral Nurse' Was Right...There are things you can do to avoid the flu - Healthline

Tamiflu: Should You Worry About Side Effects? - Sharecare

Is My Belly-Button Piercing Infected? - TatRing

February 7, 2018

Fewer Americans are Getting Herpes - Healthday

There's an Unfortunate Outbreak of Norovirus at the Olympics this Year - Self

February 6, 2018

Flu has yet to peak in Western Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

February 5. 2018

Lea Michele Swears this Soup is a "Flu Buster" - Self

Got a Pet Rat? Watch Out for This Scary New Virus - Healthday

February 3, 2018

Channel blockers show promise of new HCV treatment - MD Magazine

February 2, 2018

Just How Bad is this flu season? Experts Weigh in - Healthday

January 31, 2018

Can You get Two Flu Shots? Children May Need a Second Dose - Romper

Flu After 65: You're Doctor More Miss it? - WebMD

West Nile Virus May Pose Zika-like Threat to Fetus - Healthday

January 30, 2018

It looks like Flu, But Isn't -- What is Adenovirus? - Livescience

Amazon's Entry into health care could ramp up competition in Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Do You Really Have the Flu--or is it something else? - Women's Health

The Pandemic Everyone Fears - Global Health Now

January 29, 2018

What You Need to Know About the Flu - Guideposts

A Cure for Hepatitis C? - WebMD

January 26, 2018

Does Wearing a Mask Really Keep Us Safe from Flu? - Yahoo!

Researchers say universal flu vaccine works in mice - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

January 25, 2018

A Universal Flu Vaccine is in the Works - Yahoo!

As More Children Die From the Flu, here are symptoms parents should look out for -- Yahoo!

January 23, 2018

5 Red Flags Your Day Care Isn't Taking Enough Precautions Against The Flu, Because It's Serious Business - Romper

Flu Taking Its Toll on EDs, Hospitals - Medpage Today

Here's How the flu virus kills some people so quickly - NBC News

January 22, 2018

Audio Plague - a guide to managing and diagnosing Yersinia - BMJ Talk Medicine

How to Know When It's Safe to Go Back to Work after the Flu - Self

A Disease Turning Deer Into 'Zombies' Could Theoretically Spread to Humans - Men's Health

The Flu Can Be Spread Just By Breathing, New Study Finds - Yahoo!

Here's Everything You Can Possibly Do To Avoid Getting the Flu - Cosmopolitan

January 19, 2018

Food Poisoning vs. Stomach Flu: Signs, Symptoms, and Causes of Each - Self

Video Flu Has Caused 82 Deaths in Canada but it's not too late to get the shot: doctors - CTV


January 18, 2018

Why Does it Seem Like The Flu Is Killing All These Young People This Year? - Women's Health

Video Influenza - Pittsburgh Now PCNC


January 17, 2018

Surfers more likely to harbor antibiotic-resistant bacteria in gut - Infectious Disease News

January 13, 2018

Why the CDC is Prepping Us for nuclear war - Playboy

January 12, 2018

Here's how to know when it's time to see a doctor for the flu - Self

You have the flu. Should you wait it out, or go to the doctor? - Livescience

January 11, 2018

The hepatitis A outbreak in Utah now involves a 7-11 - Self

Yes, Poop particles spray into the air when you flush the toilet - Self

Brutal flu season leads to talk of a universal vaccine - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

January 10, 2018

Latrobe man dies of flu complications - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

This Woman Died From Flesh-eating bacteria after eating oysters on vacation--but why? - Bravo

Audio (12:34 mark) This year's flu shot may be ineffective, but you should still get it - CBC

January 9, 2018

What is the 'Aussie Flu," Exactly and How Worried Should You be About it? - Self

Experts decry lack of flu pandemic readiness, commitment - CIDRAP

January 8, 2018

Audio Raw Water: "In defiance of everything science tells us" - Outbreak News Today

Why is Flu Season So Bad This Year? - Livescience

January 6, 2018

Nude workout classes, coming to a gym near you - Patch

January 5. 2018

Audio Infectious Disease Management Tips, Tricks, and Tools Every Health Leader Needs To Know - Outcomes Rocket

Mom-to-Be's immune response may trigger Zika birth defects - Healthday

January 3, 2018

Western Pennsylvania bludgeoned by widespread flu bug - PIttsburgh Tribune Review

January 2, 2018

Video The New Shingles Vaccine - CTV

December 30, 2017

How a children's hospital handled a measles outbreak - Modern Healthcare

December 26, 2017

Unmasking a silent killer - Media Planet

December 22, 2017

Why Feeling Clean Feels so Good - How Things Work

December 21, 2017

Audio Public Health Expert Says "It's mind-boggling' that Illinois' Public Health Department Waited 6 Days to Publicize Legionnaires Outbreak - WBEZ

Opioid epidemic gives rise to Hepatitis C outbreak - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

December 20, 2017

Audio 'Beginning of an epidemic': Email Shows State Waited 6 days to publicize Legionnaires Outbreak - WBEZ

December 19, 2017

Pennsylvania spared from widespread flu activity, for now - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

December 18, 2017

How Does the Flu Actually Kill People? - Scientific American 

December 14, 2017

13 Surprising Things Most People Don't Know about HIV and AIDS - Reader's Digest 

December 6, 2017

This 20-Year Old Mother Just Died After Being Diagnosed with the Flu - Women's Health 

December 4, 2017

Trial Results of Zika Vaccine Sanofi Dropped Show Promise - Reuters

These Are The Germiest Places in Your House - SheKnows

December 1, 2017

Health expert: 'No Point' Testing Water at Kennywood's Raging Rapids after parasite claim - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

November 30, 2017

Linkage to HIV Care: To Give or Not Give Financial Incentives? - Infectious Disease Advisor

November 21, 2017

According to new reports, bird flu is back. Here's What you need to know - Yahoo! 

November 19, 2017

Video How to Keep Yourself From Getting Sick - WJZ CBS Baltimore


October 4, 2017

What's Old Is New Again - Infectious Disease Advisor

Antibody injections in Pregnancy Might Shield Fetus from Zika - Healthday

October 1, 2017

Beware the New STI Superbug - Cosmopolitan 

September 30, 2017

Audio Totally preventable: Congenital syphilis on the rise in the the US  - Outbreak News Today

September 28, 2017

Doctors see a surge in babies with syphilis-associated birth defects - Huffington Post

September 27, 2017

Rapid, Easy Zika Test Developed - Healthday

September 26, 2017

What is Sepsis, Actually? - Self

Sexually transmitted diseases rise to record high, CDC reports - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

September 25, 2017

The Dirtiest Parts of Hotel Rooms: 5 Things You Shouldn't Touch During Your Getaway - Healthyway

September 23, 2017

Ever Wonder Why You Always Get Sick When Flying? - Southern Living

How Many Viruses Can Live in Semen? More than you think - NPR

September 22, 2017

Mosquitoes spread deadly diseases, and public health experts hope to fight back with this emoji - Los Angeles Times

September 21, 2017

The Death of a 12 year boy from sepsis is a tragic reminder to always clean your cuts - Self 

September 20, 2017

World Health Organization warns of possible superbug emergency - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

September 19, 2017

WHO: 'Serious lack' of antibiotics in development to address resistance - Infectious Disease News

Mono: What You Should Know - Teen Vogue

September 18, 2017

Audio Brucella RB51, pasteurization and the risks of consuming raw milk - Outbreak News Today

Yes, Pregnant People Should Still Get a Flu Shot - Self

September 14, 2017

As the death toll climbs in Sudan Officials Shy Away from the Cholera Label - Washington Post

Are these "Unsanitary" Things Really that Bad for You? - Healthyway

September 13, 2017

Almost 40 People Have Gotten a Bacterial Infection From Puppies in the Last Year - Self

Semen Harbors Wide Range of Viruses - Healthday

September 12, 2017

Pet Store Puppies Linked to Campylobacter Outbreak in People - NPR

September 8, 2017

New Klebsiella strains 'worse-case scenario," experts say - CIDRAP

How to Stay Safe and Healthy When a Hurricane Strikes - CareDash 

September 7, 2017

Health Concerns Linger after Hurricane Harvey - WebMD

September 6, 2017

Third MMR Dose Helped Control College Mumps Outbreak - Medpage Today

September 5, 2017

After the Flood: Handling Harvey Health Hazards - Infectious Disease Special Edition

September 1, 2017

Audio Houston's Floodwaters Create Host of Public Health Concerns - NPR

New hypervirulent superbug kills 5 in Chinese ICU, alarming experts - Infectious Disease News

August 31, 2017

Is it actually better to shower in the morning or in the night? - Self 

August 28, 2017

Texas floodwaters pose unique health risks, experts say - Reuters

The impact of STIs on fertility - Dreaming of Baby

August 22, 2017

What is the 'Triangle of Death' on Your Face? - Healthline

August 21, 2017

Mycoplasma genitalium: Challenges in Diagnosis and Treatment - Infectious Disease Advisor

Zika Hijacks Pregnant Woman's Immune System - Healthday

August 19, 2017

Zika May Not Last in Semen as Long as Thought - Healthday

August 17, 2017

Plague: Scary But Rare - WebMD

August 15, 2017

Fleas from two Arizona Counties Test Positive for Plague - Infectious Disease News

Antibiotic Meltdown: 5 Ways To Protect Your Gut Flora - Honey Colony 

August 14, 2017

Zika Virus Tied to Neurologic Woes in Adults - Healthday 

Plague: Fleas in Arizona Test Positive for Easily Spread and Fatal Disease - Newsweek 

July 30, 2017

This is How a Woman Died from a Tick-Borne Disease Without a Tick Bite - Livescience

July 28, 2017

People are Freaking Out After this Mom Revealed She Used Breast Milk in Bake-sale Brownies - Self

July 27, 2017

5 Things You Probably Never Knew About Meningitis - Self

July 23, 2017

Audio Talking Hepatitis A - Outbreak News Today

July 22, 2017

Audio Cholera: The Disease, the Yemen Crisis, and the vaccine - Outbreak News Today

The Safest Way to Remove a Tick From a Baby, According to Experts - Romper

July 20, 2017

Can you get hepatitis C from having sex?  - Self

July 19, 2017

Can Kissing a Newborn Really be Deadly - SheKnows

July 18, 2017

Could you be at risk for Hepatitis C? - Self

July 17, 2017

Yes, Shingles is Contagious -- Kind Of - Self 

You Don't Want to Get Chickenpox as an Adult -- Here's Why - Self

WTF Is Shingles, Actually? - Self 

July 14, 2017

How Worried Should You Actually Be About Drug Resistant Gonorrhea? - Self

July 13, 2017

Pathway to Peril - Journal Sentinel

July 7, 2017

Georgia Health Commissioner Named as CDC Chief - Medpage Today

July 6, 2017

Zika: Costs of Prevention and Control -

July 5, 2017

Please Don't Eat Your Placenta -- It Could Put Your Baby's Health at Risk - Self

June 23, 2017

Do You Know All the Symptoms of Lyme Disease? - Healthline

June 21, 2017

Where in the World Will the Next Emerging Disease Appear? - CNN

The 'Lone Star' Tick Can Make People Allergic to Red Meat - Self

June 19, 2017

This Man Contracted a Flesh-Eating Bacteria From a Cut While Swimming - Self

June 16, 2017

Will Pennsylvania Proposal Sanction Improper Treatment of Lyme Disease? - Contagion Live

June 15, 2017

Unproven Treatments for "Chronic Lyme" Lead to Severe Infections - Livescience

June 7, 2017

Death by Vampire Bat: How Rabies Kills - Livescience

May 29, 2017

Worried about Measles? - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

May 26, 2017

The Best Mosquito Repellent for 2017 - Reviews

This Girl Might Have 'Seal Finger' After Getting Bitten by a Sea Lion - Self

May 25, 2017

Alec Baldwin Once Worried He Might Die from Lyme Disease - Self

May 22, 2017

A Rare Botulism Outbreak in California May be Due to Nacho Cheese - Self 

May 15, 2017

 Measles Outbreak Caused by Anti-Vax Campaign, Officials Say - Livescience 

May 9, 2017

There's a huge Measles Outbreak in Minnesota Due to Vaccine Skepticism - Self

Zika Risk May be Lower Than Thought for Some Pregnant Women - Healthday

May 5, 2017

Powassan Virus: the Tick-borne Virus That Can Be Worse than Lyme - Self

May 3, 2017

Audio US Health Officials Expecting an Explosion of Lyme Cases - Wisconsin Public Radio

May 1, 2017

Lyme Disease Cases Have Tripled in 20 years -- Here's How to Stay Safe - Self

April 28, 2017

Shortage of Yellow Fever Vaccine Has CDC and FDA Scrambling - Medscape

On Zika and Using Big Data to Curtail Public Health Emergencies - Sickweather

April 21, 2017

Congress, WHO sound alarm over pandemic avian flu in China - The Washington Times

Khloe Kardashian Think Eyebrow Threading Spread Herpes--What You Should Know - Self 

7 Types of Bacteria Pets Can Track into the House - Paw Culture

April 18, 2017

Zika Can Harm Babies' Vision Too - Healthday

April 14, 2017

Gaps in care for babies with Zika highlight a deeper problem in medicine - STAT

April 9, 2017

Antibiotics Side Effects: Learn The Horrific Side Effects Of These Common Drugs - Honey Colony

April 7, 2017

Kelly Osborne Reveals She Battled Rare Form of Lyme Disease - Shape

Lyme Disease to Surge This Summer: The #1 Way to Keep Your Kids Safe - The Stir

'The Shocking Finding': What We Heard this Week - Medpage Today

April 6, 2017

CDC Releases Report on Zika Associated Birth Defects in the US - Self

April 4, 2017

Zika Caused Birth Defects in 10% of Infected Pregnant Women: CDC - The Washington Times

Birth Defects Strike 1 in 10 US Pregnancies Affected by Zika - Healthday

CDC: Zika Outbreak "Not Going Away" - Medpage Today

March 29, 2017

Audio Infectious Disease News - WSRQ

Cases of Zika-Linked Birth Defects Dropped in Brazil in 2016 - HealthDay

February 28, 2017

Audio Influenza, mumps, superbugs Part I Part II - WSRQ

February 25, 2017

Are Viruses Alive? - Livescience

Superbugs Resistant To Every Available Antibiotic In The US - Honey Colony

February 24, 2017

Video What is VX Nerve Agent? - Washington Post

Superbug Concerns Keep Spreading - Healthzette

February 22, 2017

Zika Infection Shrinks Testicles in Mice - Healthday

February 20, 2017

What Ails the Flu Vaccine - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

February 17, 2017

Neti Pots Can Cause Rare Yet Dangerous Infections When Used Improperly - Self

February 16, 2017

Flu Vaccine a Pretty Good Match for Viruses This Year: CDC -  Healthday

Robert De Niro and RFK Jr. Offer $100K for "Proof" Vaccines Are Safe - Self

February 14, 2017

Flu is widespread in at least 43 states - Healthzette

February 10, 2017

Anti-vaxxer Fired from Medical Reporting Job - Healthzette

Third-grader dies from flu in Washington County - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

February 9, 2017

The doctor is in: 13 clinicians to follow on Twitter - Stat

February 6, 2017

New clinical details revealed about 1st newborn to survive Ebola virus - Infectious Disease News

Quorum Sensing: Bacteria Declare War In A Language All Their Own - Honey Colony

February 3, 2017

Anal Sex and STI Risk - Medical Daily

January 31, 2017

Audio Nature's Deadliest Killers - Rise and Fall 

The World is 'Grossly Unprepared for Infectious Disease Outbreaks - Vital Updates

January 27, 2017

7 Reasons You Can't Shake That Cold - Prevention

January 26, 2017

News Outlets Continue to Look at Potential Impacts of Expanded Mexico City Policy on Women's Health, AIDS Program - Kaiser Health News

January 25, 2017

Trump's Global Gag Rule May Have Terrible Impact on HIV/AIDS Patients - Self 

January 20, 2017

Can Your Gym Give You Meningitis? - Women's Health

January 19, 2017

Genital Herpes Vaccine Shows Promise in Animal Trials - Healthday

January 18, 2017

Mold Inside Sophie the Giraffe Toys: Should Parents Worry? - Livescience

January 17, 2017

First US Death from Pan-resistant Superbug Reported - Infectious Disease Special Edition

The Golden Age of Antibiotics is Over - Healthzette

January 14, 2017

Audio Anti-Vaxx Op-ed, Trump/RFK Jr Meeting: An ID Doc's Perspective - Outbreak News Today

Audio Pennsylvania Lyme Disease - Outbreak News Today

Not a Single Antibiotic Could Cure This Patient - Healthzette

January 13, 2017

Nevada Woman Dies of Pan-resistant CRE infection - Infectious Disease News

January 12, 2017

Sushi Lovers, Beware: Tapeworm Now Found in U.S. Salmon - Healthday

January 11, 2017

Flu Season is Going to Be Worse This Year Than Last, the CDC Warns - Self

January 10, 2017

A Cleveland Clinic Doctor Wrongly Linked Vaccines with Autism - Self 

January 6, 2017

Ebola Taught Value of Preparation, Vigilance - Health Progress

Experts Explore CDC's "Winnable Battles" in Infectious Diseases - Contagion Live

January 4, 2017

Audio Infectious Disease News - WSRQ

January 3, 2017

Zika largely spares US as virus wreaks havoc worldwide - The Washington Times

Holidays reduce influenza transmission, delay trajectory of seasonal epidemics - Infectious Disease News

Why Major Zika Outbreak is Unlikely in US - Healthday 

January 2, 2017

The Bacteria We've Got to Beat - Healthzette

January 1, 2017

Ebola vaccine fast-tracked after proven 100 percent effective - The Washington Times

December 29, 2016

Pennsylvania again leads nation in Lyme disease cases - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

December 28, 2016

Zika to weed: 8 huge health stories from 2016 - Fox News

December 23, 2016

Biggest Public Health Threat We Face - Healthzette

December 22, 2016

Biofilm Hiding in Slime: Are Biofilms Making Lyme Disease Difficult to Cure - Honey Colony

December 19, 2016

Did El Nino Weather Gives Zika a Boost? - Healthday

Outbreak! -- Beware of Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease - Healthzette

December 15, 2016

Emergency trainees mistakenly exposed to deadly ricin - USA Today

December 14, 2016

Lab Vaccine Shield Mice Against Zika Virus - Healthday

December 7, 2016

Mumps Cases Are the Highest They've Been in 10 Years - Self

November 29, 2016

Texas reports first case of Zika spread by local mosquitoes - Reuters

November 24, 2016

Here's the most hygienic way to use a toilet, according to science - Buzzfeed

November 22, 2016

Expect "More Emerging Infectious Diseases' - Healthzette

Probe finds central-line infections still problematic in US hospitals - CIDRAP

November 18, 2016

WHO declares end of Zika emergency but says virus remains a threat - Reuters

November 17, 2016

Health officials retreat on Legionnaire's claim at Brackenridge nursing home - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

November 16, 2016

A fungus among us: FDA adcom tempers Cempra, lefamulin affair starting - Bioworld

November 10, 2016

Drug Combo Shows Early Promise for Remission of HIV - Healthday

November 7, 2016

Cold Myths, Debunked  - Better Homes & Gardens

Should there be a limit to affection from man's best friend - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Antibody Treatment Shields Fetus From Zika-In Mice - Healthday

Deadly New Fungal Infection - Healthzette

November 4, 2016

Deadly Superbug Linked to Four Deaths in the US - Kaiser Health News

November 3, 2016

Pfizer Should Resist Doctors Without Borders Bullying, For Its Own Sack -- and Ours -- Investors Business Daily

Battling Zika...and armchair critics with wacky suggestions - USA Today

November 1, 2016

Common vaccine safe for mother, fetus - Healthday

The Deadly Disease Experts Fear May Return - Healthzette

October 30, 2016

Ebola vax candidate: safe but efficacy unclear - Medpage Today

October 28, 2016

Take Meningitis Seriously, Students - Healthzette

October 27,  2016

Video How do emerging infectious diseases affect national security and policy decisions - MD Magazine

October 25, 2016

The Emergence of Zika Virus Disease in the United States Calls for Vigilance in Diagnosis and Management - Medpage Today

Why STDS are on the rise and what you can do about it - Healthline

October 20, 2016

Researchers Unlock Mystery of How Zika Spreads in Cells - Kaiser Health News

STD Rates are Climbing in a Terrifying Way - Self

October 18, 2016

Emergence of colistin resistance represents 'threatening development' - Infectious Disease News

October 12, 2016

Ebola Antibody Trial Falls Short - Medpage Today

October 10, 2016

Hurricane could pose additional challenge in fight against Zika - Modern Healthcare

Acute flaccid myelitis cases rising in kids - WebMD

October 3, 2016

Zika causes widespread damage to fetal brain - Healthday

September 29, 2016

Zika funds finally pass amid more Florida cases - CIDRAP

The Feds Want to Be Ready For a Terrorist Chlorine Gas Attack - BuzzFeed

Zika: 'More Virulent and Dangerous' Than Thought - Helathzette

Zika fight funding delay may have affected research on Alzeheimer's and diabetes - Modern Healthcare

September 28, 2016

Measles Eliminated from the Americas: Here's Why There Will Still be Cases - Livescience

Measles Has Been Officially Eradicated from the Americas - Self

September 27, 2016

Audio Infectious Disease Update - WSRQ

September 23, 2016

Drug-resistant Superbugs Are a Threat to Human Health, Says WHO - Yahoo!

September 22, 2016

UN addresses 'great challenges' of antimicrobial resistance - Infectious Disease News

DNA-based vaccine guards against Zika in monkey study - Healthday

September 21, 2016

Antibiotic Resistance-The Tab Comes Due - The HIl

September 20, 2016

UN tackles antibiotic resistance as global health threat worsens - Modern Healthcare

Cat-Scratch Disease is a A Thing--What You Need to Know - Self

September 19, 2016

CDC: Zika Efforts Seeing Progress in South Florida - Washington Times

Take a lesson from Hillary Clinton: Stay Home, Rest, Liten to Your Doctor While Seriously Ill - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Florida Declares neighborhood Zika-free; but CDC remains cautious - Reuters

September 17, 2016

Confessions of a '5 Second Rule Breaker' - The Hill

September 15, 2016

Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease Hits Florida State University--What You Need to Know - Self

September 14, 2016

Infections from 'brain-eating' amoeba deadly, but rare - Baltimore Sun

September 13, 2016

Hillary's Pneumonia Diagnosis: Is That All There is? - Healthzette

Diseases We Thought We'd Wiped Out - Healthzette

September 12, 2016

HIllary Cilnton's Health: Can Pneumonia Really Occur in Summer? - Livescience

Hillary Clinton's Pneumonia: Is She Contagious? - Fox News

Suffering from pneumonia, Clinton Falls Ill at 9/11 Memorial, cancels California Trip - Reuters

September 10, 2016

Pa. Woman with Antibiotic-resistant bacteria didn't spread it, CDC Says - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

September 9, 2016

Leprosy Suspected in 2 California Kids: How Could They Contract It? - Livescience

September 7, 2016

WHO Updates Treatment Guidelines for Problematic STDs - Healthline

September 2, 2016

In the Race for Zika Cure, Politics May Not Be Working -- But Science Is - The Guardian

Antibiotic-resistant STDs Are on the Rise -- Here's What You Need to Know - Self

August 31, 2016

Bella Hadid Snapchatted the Controversial Treatment She Gets to Fight Her Lyme Disease - Self

August 30, 2016

The Most Important Travel Tip You'll Ever Get - Men's Journal

WHO Suggests New Treatment for Gonorrhea as Antibiotic Resistance Rises - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

August 29, 2016

3 Drugs Identified to Potentially Fight Zika Virus - Healthday

Disease Experts Reveal the 5 Best Ways to Protect Yourself from Zika - Business Insider

Why you get BO is equal parts gross and fascinating - SheKnow

August 25, 2016

This Lucky Teenager Actually Survived a Brain-Eating Amoeba - Self

August 24, 2016

Audio Zika, DA Henderson - WSRQ

Zika virus may linger in babies' bloods for months, with unknown effects - USA Today

Zika virus can persist for months in newborns, case study suggests - MedPage Today

August 23, 2016

Florida announces Zika Case hundreds of miles from Miami - Reuters

August 22, 2016

Infectious disease field loses 'commander-in-chief' DA Henderson - CIDRAP 

August 21, 2016

Kids go back to school in Miami neighborhood hit by Zika - USA Today

Zika fears, misunderstandings hard to swat away - The Washington Times

August 18, 2016

Locally transmitted Zika virus Identified in Miami Beach-Source - Reuters

Scientists have pinpointed how Zika virus infects the fetus - Yahoo!

August 16, 2016

Zika Virus and Your Sex Life: 6 Things Every Traveler Should Know - The Culture Trip

Video Can't get sick? Track Illness from Your Smartphone - WINK 

August 15, 2016

On the Alert for Mad Cow Disease - Healthzette

August 13, 2016

Zika Mosquito Fight: Science Knows Best - Orlando Sentinel

August 12, 2016

US Declares a Zika Public Health Emergency in Puerto Rico - Reuters

August 11, 2016

Rushing for a Zika Vaccine - Healthzette

August 10, 2016

Life Goes on in US's Zika 'Ground Zero' as Politicians Bicker - Financial Times

August 9, 2016

Zika Linked to Deformed Limbs in Newborns - HealthDay

August 8, 2016

Video Zika Threat Greater in US than Rio - Fox News

Zika doesn't need summer games to spread - The Philadelphia Inquirer

These aren't Potshots - Healthzette

August 5, 2016

Zika Virus in Miami: Is Florida Under Threat? - The Culture Trip

Super-strain of Resistant Head Lice is Spreading, But Don't Panic - The Stir

FDA Gives a Boost to GMO Mosquito Trial in Florida Keys, Calling it Safe - USA Today

US Hurdles Could Slow Global Zika Response - Global Observatory

August 4, 2016

3 Zika Vaccines Effective in Monkeys - Healthday

August 2, 2016

Zika virus trackers say threat stirs much more buzz than bite - The Washington Times

August 1, 2016

My Kind of Medicine: Real Lives of Practicing Internists - ACP Internist

July 28, 2016

Florida investigates 2 more suspected local Zika cases - USA Today

FDA tells Florida counties to stop collecting blood, citing Zika - The Washington Times

July 25, 2016

Little Threat of Zika Spread From Rio Olympics: Study - Healthday

July 22, 2016

Mosquito-borne Disease - Congressional Quarterly Researcher

July 21, 2016

Cleaning out VAEs - Advance for Respiratory Care and Sleep Medicine

July 20, 2016

Audio Zika, Norovirus, Amoeba - WSRQ

Was Zika Contracted in Florida? How the Virus Could Spread Locally - Livescience

Florida May Have Its First Zika Virus Outbreak - NBC

July 19, 2016

Utah Zika case raising new questions about how virus spreads - Associated Press

Norovirus at the RNC: Why this Virus Spreads So Quickly - Livescience

July 18, 2016

Brain-eating Amebas: Need to Know Info Before You Swim this Summer - Indiana University News Hub

Zika Mystery: How Did Patient Who Died in Utah Infect Another? - NBC

First Case of Zika Infection From Taking Care of Sick Person - Buzzfeed

Utah reports Zika infection in person who cared for man with virus - Reuters

July 14, 2016

Is Swimming Safe in Areas with the Freshwater Eating Amoeba? - Healthday

July 8, 2016

Is a 'Mystery Virus' Causing Former Tennis Star's Bizarre Symptoms? - Livescience

Seven Ways Travelers Can Duck the Zika Virus - Concourse

July 7, 2016

7 Things You Need to Do to Protect Yourself from Ticks - Health

July 6, 2016

Health apps offer tips to help you avoid getting sick - WTVM

July 5, 2016

Man paralyzed after mosquito bite: how often does West Nile strike the nerves? - Livescience

June 30, 2016

Malaria vaccine protection short-lived in children - Healthday

June 28, 2016

Senate blocks $1.1 billion Zika Funding Bill - Infectious Disease News

June 24, 2016

Why Hasn't Disease Wiped Out the Human Race? - The Pandora Report

June 23, 2016

CDC Panel Snubs AZ's FluMist - Biocentury

People Previously Infected with Dengue May be More Vulnerable to Zika Virus - USA Today

No Flu Nasal Spray Next Season: Why Is This Vaccine Not Working? - Livescience

This is How Worried You Should be About Brain-eating Amoebas - Self

June 22, 2016

Audio Zika and Infectious Disease Outbreaks - WSRQ

Audio Vibrio, Antibiotic Resistance - WSRQ

Here's Everything You Need to Know About the Zika Virus - Insider

June 20, 2016

Cranberry Study Shows Flaws in Research - Healthline

June 17, 2016

Why Hasn't Disease Wiped out the Human Race? - The Atlantic

June 14, 2016

Contaminated Waters, Zika Mar Summer Olympics - Lab Equipment

June 9, 2016

Woman infected with Zika in Pittsburgh Lab Accident - USA Today

Why Can It Take So Long to get a Lyme Disease Diagnosis? - Self

June 8, 2016

Should your guy freeze his sperm because of Zika Virus? - Women's Health

June 6, 2016

Survey Suggests Lack of Support For Novel Way to Combat Mosquito that Carries Disease - Infection Control Today

Don't Let Sickness Sink Your Vacation - Money Talk News

June 5, 2016

Amid Zika Fears, Natural bug products join repellent market - The Washington Times

June 3, 2016

Military discloses at least 11 troops infected with Zika this year - USA Today

May 31, 2016

How to Travel Safer in an Age of Zika and Terrorism - Town & Country

What does Bacteria Resistance Gene Mean for Medicine? - WHDT


May 26, 2016

Some Experts Question Extent of Zika Threat to US - Healthday

May 25, 2016

1% to 13% of Zika-infected Babies could have Microcephaly - USA Today

May 24, 2016

Audio Infectious Disease News Updates - WSRQ

Penicillin Shortage Limits Treatment Options as STD rates rise - Healthline

May 19, 2016

Retailers prepare for rush on insect repellents driven by Zika fears - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

May 16, 2016

As Zika cases grow, hospitals prepare to care for pregnant women, babies - USA Today

Why are we going back to using maggots to cure infected wounds? - BBC Mundo

May 13, 2016

Elephantiasis: What Causes this Strange Condition? - Livescience

May 10, 2016

Zika Threat Pales Next to 1964 Rubella outbreak - USA Today

May 6, 2016

Military Labs are Too Careless with Deadly Diseases: Report - National Geographic

Outrage in Puerto Rico as MLB nixes Pirate series - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Zika Destroys Fetal Brain Cells, Lab Study Finds - Healthday

Animal testicle bombs are a dangerous step towards ISIS biological warfare,  says expert - Express

May 5, 2016

What You Need to Know About the Zika Virus Before You Travel - Fat Wallet

Here's Why It's So Important for Pregnant Women to get a Flu Shot - Self

May 4, 2016

Way Too Many People are Taking Antibiotics They Don't Need - Self

May 3, 2016

Millions of antibiotic prescriptions each year are unnecessary, CDC says - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

May 2, 2016

Simple precautions can help protect Pirates from Zika on Puerto Rico trip - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

April 30, 2016

Why You Need to Get Your Guy Tested for STDs Before Sex (and How to Even Ask!) - Vivala

April 29, 2016

First Zika Death in US Lived in Puerto Rico - USA Today

Mumps Outbreak at Harvard: Why do Vaccinated People Get Sick? - Livescience

Number of students sickened at coffee shop tops 40 - PIttsburgh Tribune Review

Coffee Shop at CMU Closed for Cleaning after Students Sickened - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

April 28, 2016

Maps Predict Possible Zika Hot Spots - USA Today

Did Prince Die From the Flu? - Caring

How 40 Harvard Students Got the Mumps--Despite Being Vaccinated - Self

April 27, 2016

Shots for Kids: What Parents Should Know About Vaccinations - The Cheat Sheet

April 25, 2016

Zika fears cause American Olympians to scramble - Time

April 21, 2016

Did Prince Die from the Flu? How the Virus Kills - Livescience

Here's Exactly How to Know if a Tick Bite Could be Lyme Disease - Self

April 19, 2016

Audio The Threat of Infectious Disease - Power Hour

Two-step Ebola vaccine strategy works in early trial - Healthday

April 15, 2016

Video Physicians say Zika Could Cause Eye, Spine Problems - KDKA

Are the Elderly at Risk of the Zika Virus? -

Medical planning for disaster scenarios - The Prepper Journal

April 14, 2016

Elizabethkingia: What You Need to Know about the Current Outbreak - Self

April 13, 2016

10 Ways to Keep Yourself Safe from Zika - Los Angeles Times

3 Lessons for covering the Zika virus going forward - Columbia Journalism Review

April 11, 2016

Zika linked to second autoimmune disorder similar to multiple sclerosis - USA Today

April 10, 2016

Genetically modified mosquitoes for Zika fight worry Floridians - The Washington Times

April 8, 2016

Lone Star tick bites Linked to Rising Number or Meat Allergies - Today

'Reasoned Action' - Butler Eagle

Gym Equipment is Pretty Disgusting, and Here's How You Can Avoid those Germs - Self

April 6, 2016

Zika mystery deepens with evidence of nerve cell infections - Reuters

April 4, 2016

MRSA is No Cause for Panic - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Scientists Try to Stop Another Deadly Virus - Healthday

Wash with Soap and Water (Mom was Right!) - Lifezette

April 1, 2016

College's MRSA-related closure an overreaction - Butler Eagle

March 31, 2016

Columbia reports 32 cases of Zika-linked birth defects - USA Today

March 29, 2016

Gene-altered mice will speed up Zika drug development - USA Today

Many Americans Misinformed about Zika Virus - Healthday

March 28, 2016

Old Vaccines, New Tricks: Revive Early Pertussis Shot, Study Says - Livescience

What Women Need to Know About the New Zika Virus Warning - Self

March 24, 2016

Zika Virus Was in Brazil a Year Before It Was Discovered - Livescience

Study Shows Measles and Whooping Cough are Back Because People Aren't Getting Vaccinated - Self

Sesame Street's Elmo will Educate Kids about Zika, Mosquito Bites - USA Today

March 23, 2016

Could Germ From Cat Poop Trigger Rage Disorder in People? - Healthday

March 20, 2016

Audio Zika (54:20 time mark) - The Yaron Brook Show

March 17, 2016

High rates of drug-resistant bacteria found in children - Healthline

This Time-Lapse Map Shows When Zika Could Reach Your City - Self

March 16, 2016

Persistent neurologic symptoms common in Ebola survivors - Medscape

March 14, 2016

SARS-like Virus Engineered in the lab Gives Possible Insight into Possible Disease Threat - GENeS

March 10, 2016

Audio Zika - WSRQ

March 9, 2016

Study links Zika virus to brain inflammation - USA Today

March 8, 2016

WHO: Sexual Transmission of Zika More Common than Thought - USA Today

March 5, 2016

Zika Virus: Microcephaly May be 'Tip of Iceberg' for Infant Problems - Livescience

March 4, 2016

Is It Safe to Eat Raw Dairy Products? - Self

March 2, 2016

New Study Says Zika Causes Guillain-Barre Syndrome--Here's What you Need to Know About this Rare Disorder - Self

March 1, 2016

Super Lice are taking over the Country. Should You be Worried - Self

February 27, 2016

AGH's new cardiovascular care facility strips away fabrics to enhance infection control - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

February 25, 2016

Report Suggest Zika's Effect on Fetus May be Even Deadlier Than Thought - Healthday

February 23, 2016

Join the Fight Against Zika and Other Infectious Diseases in One of these Jobs - Monster

Texas Hospitals Develop Rapid Zika Test - USA Today

Penn State Scientist Hopes to Receive Grant on Zika Study - Daily Collegian

February 16, 2016

WHO looks for new ways to wipe out mosquitoes, Zika - The Washington Times

Larvicide to Blame for Microcephaly Cases, Group Claims--Is it True? - Yahoo!

How Zika Virus-Carrying Aedes Aegypti Mosquitoes Were Eradicated, and then Returned - International Business Times

Study aims to find if mosquitoes native to the U.S. can spread Zika - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

February 12, 2016

Researchers Probe Colombia's Claim of No Birth Defects Linked to Zika - Healthday

February 11, 2016

Video Zika: Unfinished Business - Medpage Today

February 10, 2016

Zika Virus Linked to Eye Damage Too - Yahoo!

February 9, 2016

Is the Zika Virus Outbreak Related to GMO Mosquitoes? - Honey Colony

February 5, 2016

CDC Warns Against Sexual Transmission of Zika Virus - ID Practitioner

Why the CDC is Urging Some Pregnant Women to Abstain from Sex - Yahoo!

February 4, 2016

Florida declares Zika Public Health Emergency: What Does that Mean, Exactly? -  Yahoo!

4 Ways to Help Cut the Risk of STDs that You Might Know About - Alternet

February 3, 2016

Zika response is fueled by Ebola lessons (and may be wrong) - Modern Healthcare

WHO: Sexual Transmission of Zika a Concern - USA Today

Blood Banks Turning People Away Over Zika Virus Concerns - Stat

February 2, 2016

Audio - Zika - WSRQ

Fears Zika Virus Could Contaminate Emergency Blood Supply - Daily Mirror

February 1, 2016

WHO declares Zika outbreak a global emergency: 5 Key Questions - FirstWord Pharma

Stop Zika at its Source-- the Mosquito - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Zika and Microcephaly: Jury Still Out - MedPage Today

Zika and Ebola are Both Global Health Emergencies, But the Responses Will Look Very Different - International Business Times

Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Could Zap Zika - Healthzette

January 31, 2016

WHO to hold emergency meeting Monday on Zika Virus - USA Today

January 30, 2016

Video -  Zika Virus - The Fresh Outlook 

As Zika Rises, Vaccine Development Gets Attention - Livescience

January 25, 2016

Why El Salvador is Urging Women to net get Pregnant until 2018 - Yahoo!

January 22, 2016

Most Nurses Don't Follow Staph-Prevention Rules - Yahoo!

CDC Expands Zika Virus Travel Warnings; More U.S. Cases Confirmed - OB/GYN News

January 21, 2016

Audio - A Zika Primer: What You Need to Know About the Virus Spreading in Latin America - KPCC

January 20, 2016

Bacteria or Virus? New Diagnostic Tool Could Curb Antibiotic Overuse - Stat

January 19, 2016

The Habits of People Who Never Get Sick at Work - Thrillist

January 16, 2016

Video - No treatment of Zika Virus - CTV 

January 15, 2016

Aberdeen general named in anthrax investigation - The Baltimore Sun

West Africa Is Not "Ebola-free" After All, New Case Shows - Livescience

How will we know when an Ebola outbreak is really over - USA Today

New Ebola Case Detected in Smallpox - USA Today

Should You be Worried about Zika Virus? - Glamour

January 14, 2016

Deadly Ebola outbreak ends in West Africa -- for now - USA Today

Chipotle Outbreak Highlights How Easily Norovirus can Spread - Healthline

January 13, 2016

As Diseases Proliferate, Mosquitoes Becoming Public Enemy No. 1 - USA Today

Charlie Sheen is Back on His HIV Meds After Seeking Alternative Treatments - Yahoo! 

Why You Can Get So Many Diseases From Mosquitoes - Time

January 11, 2016

What Makes the Pre-Med Track Worthwhile - The Pitt Pulse

HIV Vaccine "Essential" to Ending AIDS Pandemic - HIV Equal

January 7, 2016

Zika Virus: What You Should Know - WebMD

January 6, 2016

Hard Lessons Learned from Ebola Fight - Healthday

January 5, 2016

Audio Chipotle Outbreaks, Zika - WSRQ

January 4, 2016

What is Toxic Shock Syndrome? Hint: It's Not Just Caused by Tampons - Medical Daily

December 31, 2015

Top five to watch in 2016: Five Leaders figuring to impact Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

December 29, 2015

Ebola proving a persistent foe even as West African countries celebrate successes - The Washington Times

December 23, 2015

Audio Experts Say Hawaii's Dengue Outbreak is Nothing to Swat At - Hawaii Public Radio

December 22, 2015

Child Paralysis Cases Spiked During Virus Outbreak: Study - Healthday

CDC: No Single Source of infection in UPMC Mold Outbreak - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

December 21, 2015

Flu Season Will Likely Peak in February, Model Suggests - Livescience

The Best Ways to Disinfect your Kids' Toys - Safebee

December 17, 2015

Hawaii hit with outbreak of dengue fever, also known as "breakbone" fever - USA Today

December 15, 2015

Five medical stories that led the news in 2015 - USA Today

December 14, 2015

Preparing for the next Ebola - Takepart

How Often Should You Actually Get Tested for STDS, According to Doctors - Thrillist

December 10, 2015

Norovirus and E.coli: What you need to know - CBS

What Everyone Needs to Know about Hawaii's Dengue Fever Outbreak - Huffington Post

December 9, 2015

FYI: There's No Such Thing as a Homeopathic Vaccine Alternative - Healthline

December 3, 2015

Could American Cites Cope with Paris-type Terrorist Attack? - Medpage Today

Parasites in Your Intestines May Actually be Good For You - Healthline

Hawaii Facing Rise in Dengue Fever Cases - Healthday

December 2, 2015

7 Tips for buying safer food in a recall-mad world - SheKnows

WHO Under Microscope on Ebola, But is Reform Likely? - Global Observeratory

December 1, 2015

Audio HIV, Staph Infections - WSRQ 

November 30, 2015

'Last-Resort' Antibiotics Fail Against New Superbugs - Livescience

November 27, 2015

Tapeworm alert? - Advance for NPs and PAs

November 25, 2015

Post-op bacterial Infection Raises Odds for Complications, Death - Healthday

Mosquito-Borne Virus May Cause Fatal Brain Infection - Healthday

Liberia Suffers New Ebola Death, Despite being "Ebola-free" - Livescience

According to Experts HIV is not a Death Sentence in United States -

November 24, 2015

Eradicate malaria or create a bioweapon: 2 faces of genetic editing (in Spanish) - El Confidencial 

November 23, 2015

Kitchen a Cornucopia of germs at Thanksgiving - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

First-ever Vaccine Approved via the FDA's Bioterror Pathway - Stat

Khloe Kardashian Is Recovering from a Staph Infection - Women's Health

November 20, 2015

Scientists Have Discovered Bacteria that is Resistant to All Antibiotics - Yahoo!

November 18, 2015

Antibiotic of last resort under threat, as new superbug emerges in China - Stat

November 17, 2015

9 Misconceptions You Probably Have About HIV/AIDS - Healthline

Audio (at 32:15) Antibiotics - Phil Hulett and Friends

Gene drives gives scientists power to hijack evolution - Stat

November 16, 2015

Cholesterol medicines may undermine flu vaccines - Advance Healthcare Network for Nurses

November 12, 2015

Why the FBI and the Pentagon are Afraid of this new Genetic Technology - Stat

November 10, 2015

Will wearing a surgical mask prevent the flu? - Mother Nature News

November 7, 2015

Audio Is Opposition to Vaccines Rational? - The Yaron Brook Show

November 5, 2015

This YouTube Star Got Dengue Fever--What is it, Exactly? - Yahoo!

November 4, 2015

Burritogate Continues: Qdoba Employee Unknowingly Infects Customers with Typhoid Fever - Yahoo!

November 1, 2015

ID in the News: The role of the physician to educate, advise - Infectious Disease News

October 29, 2015

Audio Infectious Disease News - WSRQ

US High-Containment Biosafety Labs to Get Closer Scrutiny - Science

White House Advisers Call For Greater Accountability, Safety at Biolabs - USA Today

October 28, 2015

US Panel Proposes Executive Biodefense Office - Nature

October 27, 2015

Is Cold Sponging an Effective Method to Reduce a Child's Fever? - Z Living

October 22, 2015

Is the World Due for Another Massive Plague Outbreak? - Smithsonian Magazine

October 21, 2015

Shigella Outbreak in California Lands 12 People in the ICU - Yahoo! 

October 15, 2015

Audio Ebola - The Arlene Bynon Show

Enterovirus 68 No Deadlier for Kids than the Common Cold: Study - Healthday

Drug Resistant E.coli Infections on the Rise - Yahoo! 

October 14, 2015

Male Ebola Survivors May Be Able to Spread Virus Through Sex for 9 Months or More - USA Today

Ebola May Stay in Survivors' Semen for Many Months - Livescience

Ebola Persists for Extended Period in Survivors' Semen: Study - Healthday

Why Hasn't the US Eradicated the Plague? - BBC

October 12, 2015

Response in Sierra Leone Saved 40,000 lives: study - Healthday

As NFL Player Daniel Fells Contracts MRSA, A Look at How Serious Staph Infections Work - Yahoo!

October 9, 2015

British Nurse in Isolation After Ebola Symptoms Resurface 10 Months after She First Fell Ill - Yahoo!

Video Can a Urine Test Identify TB? - MedPage Today

October 7, 2015

Video Lessons Learned From Ebola Epidemic Discussed at San Diego Conference - KPBS


Audio Lessons Learned from Ebola Epidemic Discussed at San Diego Conference - KPBS

October 5, 2015

Is it the Flu or Meningitis? - Lifescript

Audio The Nobel Prizes - The Arlene Bynon Show/Canada Talks

September 29, 2015

Audio Flu Vaccination - WSRQ

Tackling sepsis prevention, treatment: 7 tips from healthcare providers - Becker's Hospital Review

September 28, 2015

Latest Legionnaires' cluster shows limit of newest law - POLITICO

September 25, 2015

New Device Can Detect Ebola More Quickly and More Rapidly - Healthline

Amid crisis, refugees face numerous health risks - CBS 

September 23, 2015

Legionnaires' Disease Bacteria Causes Evacuation in Chicago-area Schools - Yahoo!

Audio UPMC Stops Transplants Following Mold Outbreak - WESA

September 22, 2015

Video Mold Infections - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Some Health Experts Say USA Hasn't Learned Key Lessons from Ebola - USA Today

September 21, 2015

UPMC: Transplant program shut down as mold investigation continues - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Ebola surprises Lead UN to Take Stock of Global Health Norms - Global Observatory

September 17, 2015

In Key Anthrax Test, Scientist Just Threw Out Test Tube Showing Sample Was Alive - USA Today

These Freaky Graphics Show How Quickly Germs can Spread in a Hospital - Yahoo!

UPMC: 2 Patients May Have Died in Mold Outbreak - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

September 15, 2015

Preparing Immunocompromised Patients for Risks of Traveling Abroad - The Rheumatologist

Bubonic plague surfaces in Michigan for First Time as Average Annual Cases Double - Yahoo! 

September 14, 2015

UPMC Presbyterian moves cardiothoracic patients to escape mold threat - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

September 13, 2015

Despite Misleading Headlines HIV Can Still Lead to AIDS - HIV Equal

September 11, 2015

Is the Word AIDS Really Necessary? - I'm Still Josh

September 10, 2015

Scientists: Scary Disease Spread by 'Kissing Bugs' May be More Common than We Thought - Yahoo!

Can a Fever During Pregnancy Harm my Baby? - Healthline

September 8, 2015

Officials Weigh Who Should be Given Ebola Vaccine, How Much to Stockpile - Washington Times

What this Happy Hour Favorite Has to Do with the Stomach Flu - Yahoo! 

September 4, 2015

As U.S. Legionnaires' Cases Rise, So Do Expert Theories on Causes - Reuters

Could the HPV Vaccine Treat Warts? - Livescience

September 3, 2015

Unknown Illness Strikes 100+ Students in North Carolina: How Common are Mystery Outbreaks? - Yahoo!

Pentagon Now Admits it Shipped Live Anthrax to All States, Nine Countries - Forbes

September 2, 2015

New York City Schools with the highest and lowest vaccination rates - Metro

August 31, 2015

Lyme Disease - University of Pittsburgh CTSI Newsletter

August 28, 2015

What Are Your Actual Chances of Getting Lyme Disease? - Women's Health

As another person dies of the plague, a look at what's behind the increase in cases - Yahoo!

August 27, 2015

Items in drug stockpile to counter pandemic past prime at Pittsburgh VA - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Man Sheds Vaccine-Derived Poliovirus for Years - MedPageToday

August 26, 2015

New Options for Flu Vaccination Include needle-free and short needle products, stronger shots - The Associated Press

August 24, 2015

Targeting Kidney Injury, Fluid Loss, and Electrolytes May Reduce Ebola Deaths - Reuters

Is it OK to use tap water with a neti pot? - TapGenes

August 21, 2015

Health concerns loom in Rio ahead of 2016 Olympics - Fox News

August 20, 2015

Plague Cases in California: What's Behind the Rise? - Livescience

August 19, 2015

The Most and Least Vaccinated Hospitals in America - Better Doctor

August 14, 2015

How a Tick Bite Can Lead to Limb Amputations - Livescience

August 13, 2015

Norovirus on Deck: Advice for your Patient Who Like to Cruise - Infectious Disease Advisor

Audio MERS, Legionnaire's Disease, Leprosy - WSRQ

Legionnaire's Disease Bacteria Found at GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical Plant - Yahoo!

August 12, 2015

Style Overshadows Substance for de Blasio after Legionnaire's Outbreak - POLITICO

August 11, 2015

Boy Was Not Killed by Brain-Eating Amoeba in Minnesota Lake, Officials Say - Yahoo!

August 10, 2015

Cuomo, de Blasio seek to reassure public--separately - POLITICO 

August 7, 2015

Audio Everything You Need to Know About Legionnaire's Disease - Radio MD

Why Does Plague Still Occur in the Western US? - LiveScience

As Child Contracts Plague at Yosemite, A Look at Where Plague Happens in America - Yahoo!

August 6, 2015

Examining the West's Plague Line After Colorado's 2nd Death This Year - Yahoo!

August 5, 2015

Legionnaire's Outbreak in NYC Leaves 7 Dead - HuffPostLive


August 1, 2015

Public health looks to lessons from past in MERS outbreak: Experience with SARS offers Insights - The Nation's Health

July 31, 2015

Video Ebola Vaccine Breakthrough - CTV News Channel

New Ebola Vaccine: Will it Help to End Outbreaks? - Livescience

Legionnaire's Disease Outbreak in NYC: Should You be Concerned? -Yahoo! Health

July 29, 2015

Anthrax: Tracing and Containing the Threat - Army Technology

July 27, 2015

Camp Smart: 12 Family Camping Safety Tips - GE HealthAhead

July 24, 2015

Breakthrough Science: New HIV Test Can Tell Difference Between HIV-1 and HIV-2 - HIV Equal 

July 22, 2015

Super-Superbugs: Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria May be Deadlier - Livescience

Florida is Facing a Leprosy Outbreak. You'll Never Guess What Might Be the Cute Culprit - Yahoo! Health

July 16, 2015

The Beach is Covered in Poop - Women's Health

All About Pneumonia in Children -

July 10, 2015

The Terrifying Freshwater Infection Thats Killed Two in Two Weeks - Yahoo! Health

July 3, 2015

Video Increased Security for Pittsburgh Area Hospitals and First Responders - WTAE 

July 2, 2015

First US Measles Death in 12 Years: How Was It Missed? - Livescience

Ebola Returns to Liberia: Where did it Come From, and Could it Spread? - Livescience

July 1, 2015

Flu Vaccine and Narcolepsy: New Findings May Explain Link - Live Science

June 29, 2015

Senators, health experts demand action to address biolab accidents - USA Today

Gross but True, Hot Tubs Can Give You Diarrhea - Women's Health

June 26, 2015

Video (27:50 mark) Overcoming MERS in Korea - Arirang TV

Your Gut Is a Microcosm of Survival of the Fittest, Here's Why... -

June 24, 2015

Top 5 Ways Bacteria are Becoming Resistant to Antibiotics - Formulary Watch

June 23, 2015

Audio Food-borne infections - WSRQ

Best airlines for germaphobes - Fortune 

June 22, 2015

Plague Claims Teen: What Are the Symptoms of the Deadly Disease? - Livescience

Video MERS - Al Hurra

Anthrax: As Many as 51 Labs in 17 states, 3 countries, received live samples - Los Angeles Times

May 31, 2015

Audio - US Army's Mistaken Anthrax Shipments - This Morning with Alex Jensen (eFM)

May 28, 2015

Accidental Shipment of Anthrax Exposes Flaws in Safety System - Forbes

Army chemical-biological center in Edgewood, private lab in Maryland received live anthrax samples - The Baltimore Sun 

Delaware Lab Mailed Anthrax to be Decontaminated this Week - The News Journal

US Military accidently ships live anthrax to labs - Nature 

The 5 Most Over-Prescribed Antibiotics - Formulary Watch

Lassa Fever Victim: A Case of Missed Opportunities, Doctors Say - The Star-Ledger

May 27, 2015

Pentagon: US Military Mistakenly Sent Anthrax to Domestic Labs - Reuters

May 26, 2015

N.J. Patient Dies of Ebola-like Lassa Fever after Liberia Trip - USA Today

May 19, 2015

AudioInfectious Disease Risks While Traveling - WSRQ

May 14, 2015

Emerging multidrug-resistant H58 typhoid strain highlights need for antibiotic stewardship - Formulary Watch

On Antibiotic Resistance - Freedom Magazine

After Ebola, Can Africa Take Lead in Responding to International Emergencies - Global Observatory

May 13, 2015

Ebola Not Mutating Beyond 'Normal' Rate, Scientists Say  - Healthday

May 11, 2015

Vaccines in America - The Pitt Pulse

May 8, 2015

Liberia Nearly Ebola-Free, But Could the Virus Come Back? - Livescience

Bit by a Tick? What You Need to Know (and the Diseases to Look Out for) - Yahoo! Health

Lyme Disease: More Common and More Dangerous than You Think - Healthline

May 7, 2015

5 of the Most-Widely Prescribed Antibiotics and their Horrific Side Effects - Honey Colony (broken link)

May 4, 2015

9 Surprising Places Salmonella Lurk - SafeBee

May 1, 2015

Health Experts on Alert for Tick-borne Disease, Powassan Virus - KDKA

April 3, 2015

Activists Blame Indiana HIV Outbreak on Officials' Ignorance of Disease - Healthline

Morgellons: What you should know about this mystery disease - SheKnows

Lyme disease symptoms that are misdiagnosed as flu - SheKnows

April 2, 2015

Are You Covering Yourself in Germs Every Time You Flush the Toilet? - Women's Health

April 1, 2015

Early Tests of Experimental Ebola Vaccine Show Promise - Healthday

Measles Outbreak Raises Patient Safety Challenge for  Pediatricians - Patient Safety Monitor Journal

March 19, 2015

We Just Cured Hepatitis E...and you may not even know what that is - Healthline

March 17, 2015

Ebola epidemic: why a few cases could threaten progress - LiveScience

March 16, 2015

American Ebola patient worsens to critical condition - USA Today

Prep EHR, staff, medical partners for when storms shut your practice - Part B News

March 8, 2015

Politicians, others on right, left challenge scientific consensus on some issues - The Columbus Dispatch

March 7, 2015

Think twice about antibiotics--they enable killer superbug - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

March 6, 2015

UPMC researchers release study on bioterrorism-related conditions - BioPrepWatch

March 4, 2015

Bioterrorism Prep: Docs Must Look Out for Rare Diseases - Livescience

March 2, 2015

'Nightmare Bacteria' Require Old and New Weapons - Livescience

February 27, 2015

Family's Anguish after Exposing 1,000 People to Measles - Yahoo! Parenting 

February 26, 2015

U.S. Ebola Survivor Dr. Craig SpencerGives His Side of the Story - Healthday 

February 25, 2015

Dangerous Infections Now Spreading Outside Hospital  - USA Today

February 24, 2015

The Scarf that Could Save Your Life - Healthline

February 20, 2015

Newly discovered virus appears to have killed Kansas man - USA Today

February 19, 2015

Worried about Avian Flu? Get the Facts - Everyday Health

How Does One Get Infected with a "Superbug"? - Epoch Times

Potentially Deadly "Super-Bug" Infects LA Patients - Arise America

Measles outbreak, measles vaccine: Top Questions Answered - LiveScience

February 3, 2015

Beyond Rash and Fever: How Measles Can Kill - NPR

February 2, 2015

Vaccine debate flares in GOP presidential race, alarming medical experts - The Washington Post

February 1, 2015

Cleanliness is Key to Healthiness - Club Business International 

Ebola Waste Removal Becomes Emerges as Key Safety Issue After Outbreak - Patient Safety Monitor Journal

Ask the Experts - Yoga Journal

January 30, 2015

As Super Bowl Approaches, Arizona Grapples with Measles Outbreak - Pharmacy Times

January 29, 2015

Little improvement in children paralyzed after viral infection, study finds - HealthDay

January 27, 2015

Why This Year's Measles Outbreak is Concerning and May Break Records - The Epoch Times 

Rabies Vaccine Fails in Rare Death - LiveScience

January 26, 2015

Ethicist Wants Mandatory Flu Shots for Health Workers - The Epoch Times

GMO Mosquitoes in Florida: Should We be Worried? - The Epoch Times

January 23, 2015

First case of H5N1 Bird Flu Found in US Wild Duck: Should You Be Worried? - The Epoch Times

January 15, 2015

Flu virus activity is showing signs of decline in Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

January 13, 2015

More Resources Needed to Prevent Next Ebola Endemic, Experts - Sputnik

January 5, 2015

Gadget Report: Infared thermometer to fight Ebola premiers at CES 2015 - Healthline

January 3, 2015

Nasty, early season for flu - Butler Eagle

January 1, 2015

Pennsylvanians to Watch in 2015 share drive to excel, promise of greatness - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Healthy Habits - Parents

Is the US Adequately Prepared for a Contagious Disease? - The Costco Connection

December 31, 2014

CDC Declares Flu an 'epidemic': Should you get Vaccinated - Epoch Times

December 30, 2014

Why is Ebola Outbreak In West Africa so Difficult To End? - International Business Times

December 23, 2014

Early Study Offers Hope for an Ebola Vaccine - Healthday

December 19, 2014

High-end vacationers cancel Caribbean trips because of Chikungunya - New York Observer 

December 18, 2014

US hospitals step up training, preparation for Ebola - Infectious Disease News

December 17, 2014

Screening test finds drugs that show promise against Ebola - Healthday

December 14, 2014

'Rash of sickness' hits Crosby, Penguins - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

What the Ebola outbreak augurs for the next global pandemic - DPA

December 12, 2014

Ebola: The Deadliest of them All - The Pitt Pulse

December 9, 2014

Health experts praise Ebola czar Klain - Modern Healthcare

December 4, 2014

Pesky virus strain could mean an extra-nasty flu season - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

December 1, 2014

Invisible Weapons - American Survival Guide

November 26, 2014

Early Trial Promising for Ebola Vaccine - Healthday

Health Experts Discuss Facts, Myths About Ebola Outbreak - The Cranberry Eagle

November 22, 2014

You Might Be Surprised When You Take Your Temperature - NPR

November 20, 2014

Pennsylvania officials say 'new level of care needed with Ebola' - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

November 19, 2014

Gates Foundation pledges $5.7 million for Ebola research - USA Today

November 18, 2014

Audio Ebola - Surviving Healthcare Podcast

Audio Ebola - WURD 

Ebola Deadly Outbreak: Why is Liberia Improving While Sierra Leone Continues to Battle New Cases - International Business Times 

November 17, 2014

Death of second Ebola patient in US shows need for early, accurate tests, experts say - The Washington Post

The New Bird Flu Outbreak: Should You Worry? - Time

November 16, 2014

12 Ways to Remain Calm About Ebola - EmpowHER

November 15, 2014

Video Ebola patient heads to US - CTV

November 14, 2014

Video Receiving treatment in the U.S.- CTV

November 12, 2014

Ebola treatment studies to begin by December - USA Today

With western medicine, Ebola may have met its match - Healthday

November 11, 2014

US Ebola Experience Changes Thinking on Disease - USA Today

November 10, 2014

New York doctor is free of Ebola - USA Today

November 7, 2014

Tips for Preventing Colds & The Flu - The Joyful Organizer

November 6, 2014

Latest Ebola fear: Safety of Lab Equipment - USA Today

November 4, 2014

Audio Ebola - The Exchange, CJAD 

October 31, 2014

Mandatory Ebola Quarantine Policies in US 'Feed Panic' - RIA Novosti

October 30, 2014

Who's Ebola-Ready? - Advance for Laboratory Managers

What Type of Ebola Quarantine is Best? - San Diego Union Tribune  

How Big Data Can Contain an Ebola Outbreak - Real Business

Can You Really Get Ebola from a Sneeze? - Livescience

Ebola - HuffPostLive

October 22, 2014

DIY Tattoos: Trend or Trouble - CBS Miami

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How Ebola Is (and Is Not) Like HIV/AIDS - HealthLine

The Cost of Containing Ebola - Closing Bell: Fox Business Network

October 8, 2014

CDC Announces New Airport Screenings - Al Jazeera America 

Ebola - BBC America

Audio Ebola - Mike Pintek Show/KDKA

Ebola Outbreak: Should Travel Restrictions Be Tougher - The Wall Street Journal


October 1, 2014

Talking about Ebola - The Global Intelligence

Pitt Lacks Resources to Develop Ebola Vaccine - The Pitt News

Doctor: Safety First in Race for Vaccine - CNN International 

Audio (at 6:00) Ebola in the US - Featurestory

4 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Worry (Too Much) About Ebola in the US - Health

Ebola Isolation Procedures: A Close Look -

Audio Ebola Incident in the US - The Barry Morgan Show (CJAD 800)

Audio Ebola: "Deadly but hard to catch" - American Urban Radio Network

September 30, 2014

First Ebola Case in US Confirmed in Dallas - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Video US Was Preparing For Outbreak - CTV

How to Prevent the Flu: Tips from 30 Expert Health and Flu Prevention Experts - Del-Immune V 

September 23, 2014

Why This Ebola Epidemic Won't Become the 'Black Death' of the 21st Century - Healthline

September 22, 2014

Video Alarming Ebola Projection - CTV

September 21, 2014

Video Lockdown Lifted in Sierra Leone - CTV 

September 18, 2014

Some Airports Have a New Security Routine: Taking Your Temperature - NPR

Ebola Response: Fighting the Last Outbreak - Medpage Today

September 17, 2014 

Congress worries Ebola could hit US - The Hill

Slow Ebola Response Blamed on False Assumptions About its Course - Modern Healthcare

September 16, 2014

Obama: Ebola Outbreak Demands Global Response - POLITICO

United States commits troops and cash to Ebola Fight - Nature

Could Ebola Become Airborne -

September 15, 2014

What Obama Should Say and Do About Ebola - NPR

No, You Do Not Have Chronic Lyme Disease - Healthline

Maine Child Being Testing for Respiratory Virus Spreading in Northeast - Bangor Daily News

Get More Protection Out of Your Flu Shot Like This - Yahoo Health

September 14, 2014

When gross things happen to good passengers - USA Today

September 12, 2014

Latest flu vaccines offer protection from 4 influenza strains instead of traditional 3 - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

September 10, 2014

Stabbing with Syringe in Nigeria Raises Concern of Ebola as a Weapon - The New York Times

September 8, 2014

Video (Begins at 10:30) Enterovirus 68 - Arise TV

Parents: Watch for Breathing Problems from Rare Virus - NBC News

Pitt Hosts Lecture on Ebola Outbreak in West Africa (Audio clip here)- 90.5 WESA

Video Rare Lung Virus Affects Kids Across Country - Good Morning America (ABC)

September 7, 2014

Novel Ebola Vaccine Shows Potential in Monkey Trial - Healthday

September 3, 2014

Ebola survivor Kent Brantly: New Victim a 'Dear Friend' - Today Show (NBC)

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September 1, 2014

Risk of Bad Flu Season Raises Need For Shots - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

August 30, 2014

UPMC to Mandate Flu Shots for Some Employees - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

August 29, 2014

Interview: Dr. Amesh Adalja on Ebola Virus -

August 28, 2014

Quarantining an entire Liberian Slum to Fight Ebola is A Recipe for Disaster - Washington Post

Video Ebola Cases Could Top 20K - CTV

August 27, 2014

Video Is This a Setback for Ebola? - CTV

Scientists Find Mild Cases of MERS Among Patient's Families - Reuters

August 26, 2014

Video Ebola 'Peak' Not Yet Reached - CTV

August 25, 2014

 Video Ebola - BBC World News America

Specially equipped ambulance will carry Ebola patient - Atlanta Journal Constitution

The U.S. is Sitting on Promising Ebola Vaccines - Newsweek

Here's Why Your Panic Over Ebola Patients in the US is Overblown - Business Insider

Containing Ebola is Actually Not That Hard - Business Insider

Ebola: Hunt On to Treat, Prevent the 'Merciless' Virus - MedPage Today

August 2, 2014

American doctor infected with Ebola Returns to U.S. - The Washington Post

Liberian families in Western Pa. Fret over Ebola Virus Outbreak - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

August 1, 2014

U.S. FDA says 'stands ready' to work with companies developing Ebola drugs - Reuters

Why You're Not Going to Get Ebola in the U.S. - The Washington Post

U.S. Confirms 2 Americans with Ebola Coming Home for Treatment - The Washington Post

Hopping from City to City, Urbanized Ebola Reflects a Changing Africa - Next City

July 31, 2014

We Can Beat Ebola, CDC Says; U.S. Outbreak 'Is Not in the Cards' - NBC 

Local Doctor Addresses Worries Ebola Outbreak Could Come to US - KDKA Radio

July 25, 2014

Physician: Disease in Immigrant Children Not a Concern in Emsworth (audio clip here)- WESA

July 24, 2014

Newly discovered virus lives in half the world's population - 

July 21, 2014

No, in fact, refugee children do NOT pose a health threat, says health expert - Pittsburgh City Paper

July 18, 2014

The Warning Signs of Meningitis - Everyday Health

July 17, 2014

Poor oversight catches up with High-Security Infectious Agent and Disease Labs - Scientific American

July 16, 2014

Lapses at high-security CDC labs reveal culture of negligence - The Christian Science Monitor

July 14, 2014

Grappling with VAP - Advance

July 13, 2014

Movie Plagues Not Entirely Claptrap - Medpage Today

July 11, 2014

CDC Orders Safety Review After Accidents with Flu, Anthrax Samples - The Wall Street Journal

Scare Reveals More CDC Lab Safety Problems - Associated Press

CDC Cracks Down on Labs After Smallpox, Bird Flu Scares - NBC News

Are Mosquitoes More Attracted to You? - The Active Times

July 9, 2014

Could Smallpox Come Back? - Livescience

1950s Smallpox Vial Found in NIH Storage Room - NBC Today Show

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July 7, 2014

Surviving another kind of war: Flesh-killing necrotizing fasciitis - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

July 2014

Which is worse: Sticking your finger in the PB Jar or double dipping? - Self

Silver Lining: Weather Any Situation with Emergency Preparedness - CMA Today

June 28, 2014

Insect-borne Lyme disease cases up sharply in Butler County - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

June 24, 2014

Research Shows that Hepatitis C Can Spread Through Sex, Men with HIV at High Risk - Healthline News

June 23, 2014

Researcher reassigned in wake of disease centre's anthrax scare - Nature

The Mosquito Virus You Don't Want to Catch - Rodale News

June 21, 2014

Multiple protocol breaches behind anthrax exposure at US Federal Labs - Reuters

June 20, 2014 

CDC Anthrax Blunder: Numbers Could Climb Higher - NBC News

June 19, 2014

In the U.S., Faith and Medical Science on a Collision Course - Healthline News 

June 17, 2014

Chikungunya Virus: Questions and Answers - WebMD

June 3, 2014

MERS: Is America Ready for a Public Health Emergency? - the Health Leadership Forum

VideoIs Letting Your Dog Give You a Kiss Safe? - WTIC Fox Connecticut

June 2, 2014

Health officials: Measles vaccine effective - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

May 25, 2014

The Medical Challenge of this Century About Adding Years to Life - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

May 23, 2014

Video (at 23:45) - Chikungunya in the Caribbean - Arise America TV

May 19, 2014

Ask the Specialist: New Hepatitis C Treatments - Healthline

May 18, 2014

Foreign doctors, nurses in Saudi Arabia could take MERS global - Reuters

The Threat of MERS in the USA - KDKA

April 24, 2014

The Latest on the Gardasil Vaccine -

April 21, 2014

MERS Cases Still Climbing - MedPage Today

April 18, 2014

Your Burger Could be the Next Big Terrorism Target - Munchies

April 13, 2014

Ebola preoccupies Europe - La Razon

April 9, 2014

Reddit r/Science AMA - 

April 4, 2014

FAQ: The Deadly Ebola Virus - WebMD

April 3, 2014

Video (at 43:30) - Ebola - Arise America TV

April 2, 2014

Lifelines - Al Jazeera

April 2014

Infectious Diseases Spur New Global Health Security Agenda - The Nation's Health

March 28, 2014

The latest Ebola outbreak explained - The Boston Globe

March 21, 2014

Vaccine Access Crucial - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

March 11, 2014

How Germy is Kissing a Stranger? - Shape

March 8, 2014

Experts: Anti-vaccine view a peril - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

March 1, 2014

Ask Healthy Living: Do Airplanes Make Us Sick? - HuffPost Healthy Living

February 25, 2014

Video - UPMC's Dr. Amesh Adalja on Child Polio-Like Paralytic Disease in California - KDKA Pittsburgh

Audio - Mystery Illness Causes Paralysis in Children - WTAJ Altoona

February 21, 2014

Season Flu Q&A - Symptom Find

February 13, 2014

Video - US Launches Global Effort to Bolster Outbreak Preparedness - Voice of America

January 22, 2014

Coping with COPD and the Flu - Better Sleep and Breathing

January 21, 2014

Health Effects of Extreme Cold - Men's Health

December 13, 2013

More Seniors are Living with HIV/AIDS - Retirement Homes

December 11, 2013

Dengue fever is back: Why The Dangerous Disease is Here to Stay - Verge

December 7, 2013

Rampant Misuse of Antibiotics Poses Growing Global Threat, Experts Warn - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

November 28, 2013

Pentagon Seeks Vaccine Against Cold War ‘Q-Fever’ - Defense One

November 19, 2013

Video - Student's Will Get Unapproved Vaccine - Huffpost Live

October 31, 2013

Video - Tick Sucking Blood - Huffpost Live

October 10, 2013

Strange Growths, Faulty Research, and the History of the Vaccine Scare - Jove

October 9, 2013

Dengue virus Identified in Houston - Houston Chronicle

September 18, 2013

7 Surprising Health Complications From Cold and Flu -

September 16, 2013

Respiratory Care Issues in Disasters - ADVANCE for Respiratory Care and Sleep Medicine

September 12, 2013

Dengue fever presence in Florida at a 'pretty serious level' - Al Jazeera America 

September 9, 2013

Food Poisoning: A Strain on Your Stomach and Wallet -

August 28, 2013

Clues to a Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria - Science

August 27, 2013

Video - Mysteriously Paralyzed Overnight - Huffpost Live

The Down and Dirty About Nerve Agents Like Sarin - AP

August 21, 2013

Nerve Agents: The Most Deadly of Recognized Chemical Weapons Can Kill Within 19 Minutes - The Washington Post

August 8, 2013

Scientists Aim to Mutate Avian Flu in Lab To Better Understand its Spread - Global Security Newswire

July 26, 2013

VideoSquirrel tests positive for plague - CNN : Out Front with Erin Burnett

July 5, 2013

Workers at Livestock Factories Face Increased MRSA Risk - MedPage Today

June 17, 2013

Infectious Diseases Linked to Depression, Says Study -

May 24, 2013

10 Diseases You Don't Want to Bring Home From Vacation - Men's Fitness 

May 5, 2013

Internet Made Vaccines - The Connectivist

May 2, 2013

Family Struggles with UPMC Doctor's Cyanide Death - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

April 27, 2013

Local Pharmaceutical Company Researches Vaccine for Ricin - The Trentonian

April 19, 2013

Should all males be circumcised? How Policy Could Control the HIV/AIDS epidemic - Medical Daily

April 10, 2013

US Races to Make Vaccine Against New Bird Flu-Just in Case - NBC

December 21, 2012

Dengue, aka "Breakbone Fever", is back - Slate

December 17, 2012

FDA Offers First License to Drug Produced by Bioshield Program - Global Security Newswire

November 8, 2012

New York's Ongoing Blackout: Hospitals in Lower Manhattan - ProPublica

November 2012

How to Avoid or Treat the Latest Crop of Diseases - Insure Me

Developments in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS - Minority Nurse

October 11, 2012

Malaria Patterns Tracked in Africa - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

September 19, 2012

After 8 years, HHS Countermeasure Program Still a Work in Progress - National Journal

September 2012

Risk of Immunizations for the Elderly or the Chronically Ill -

August 28, 2012

Why Do We Get Chills With a Fever? -

August 19, 2012

Antibiotic Resistance: New Findings, Approaches to a Public Health Crisis - AMN Healthcare

August 14, 2012

US Government Must Get 'a Handle' on Biosecurity -

July 25, 2012

Airport Study Ranks Pittsburgh International No. 25 on Disease Spreader List - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

June 25, 2012

The Drugs That May Never Be Used - Chemical and Engineering News

May 31, 2012

Silence=Death When It Comes to HIV, How Do You Talk to Your Kids? - Longbeach Patch

May 16, 2012

Evacuations, Training Relaxed Near Nuke Plants - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

April 25, 2012

Don't Get Sick at the Gym: 7 Ways to Prevent Infection - US News and World Report

April 6, 2012

AudioDengue Fever in the United States - CDC 

February 10, 2012

The Germy Truth About Kissing -

December 20, 2011

European Scientists Create Deadly Bird Fly Strain that could Kill Millions -

November 10, 2011

The No-BS Guide to Boosting Your Immunity and Avoiding Colds - Lifehacker

October 4, 2011

7 Germy Sins - Spry Living

September 29, 2011

Immune to it All - Runner's World

July 2011

Hospital Closure May Hold Lessons for Surge Events - ACEP News

December 20, 2010

Dynavax's Heplisav: Hep B vaccine shows favourable safety, immunogenicity in at­ risk groups; continued safety needed for wider uptake - Pharmawire 

May 28, 2010

Age Profile of H1N1 Cases Sparks Discussion of 'Original Antigenic Sin' - CIDRAP 

September 15, 2009

Super-stretching the pandemic vaccine supply - Nature Medicine

August 20, 2009

Sick Days - Pittsburgh City Paper

May 1, 2009

Doctor Gauges Severity of Flu - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

April 29, 2009

Swine Flu Scare Hits Close to Home - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

February 23, 2009

Flu Virus Neutered in New Therapy - San Diego Union Tribune

December 6, 2007

Penn-Trafford, Connellsville Grapple with "Mat Herpes" - Pittsburgh Tribune Review