An autopsy has concluded that synthetic marijuana was to blame for the death of a Fort Hood soldier shortly after his return from deployment to an Ebola hot zone in West Africa.
A patient exhibiting symptoms of Ebola was admitted to a Colorado hospital on Wednesday, but tests came back negative for the virus.
She lived in fear she had contracted the Ebola virus. Now a North Texas woman, on the same flight as infected nurse Amber Vinson, says Texas Health Resources should have done more.
Ebola survivor Nina Pham said Monday in a statement as she filed a lawsuit against her employer she felt she was “left with no choice but to turn to the courts for help.”
Nina Pham filed lawsuit Monday in Dallas County against Texas Health Resources for issues from contracting Ebola.
Nina Pham plans to sue former employer for contracting Ebola and continued side effects.
Four months after being Ebola free, Dallas nurse Nin
Members of a top Texas Senate health panel are unveiling proposals to bolster the state’s infectious disease response in the wake of the first U.S. case of Ebola diagnosed in Dallas last summer.
Over and over, Dr. Nancy Sullivan thought she was close to an Ebola vaccine, only to see the experiments fail. But it is those failures that led her to a vaccine promising enough to test in West Africa.
How Dallas ISD educators and counselors helped students face Ebola.
Officials are investigating the death of a Fort Hood soldier who was found outside an off-base apartment after he returned from deployment in West Africa. Tests for Ebola given as a precaution came back negative.
A Fort Hood soldier who had recently returned from West Africa has been found dead outside of his Killeen apartment.