Dallas Ebola victim Thomas Duncan’s apartment wasn’t under quarantine Friday as ordered by health officials.
The elation of Dallas health care worker Nina Pham’s loved ones reached new heights after she was declared Ebola free.
Although concerns are mounting across the nation of Ebola exposure, doctors fear the focus could be diverting attention from another potential threat: the flu.
The first nurse from Dallas to to get infected with the deadly ebola virus is finally getting some good news.
Ron Klain, President Barack Obama’s new point man on Ebola, has no medical or public health background. But he does have a wealth of experience managing unruly federal bureaucracies in times of crisis.
On Friday morning Baylor Hospital in Dallas confirmed a patient with ‘Ebola similar symptoms’ also triggered a positive verbal screening questionnaire.
Director of the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Tom Frieden says they may never determine how Nina Pham contracted the Ebola virus.
A health worker who wore protective gear while having extensive contact with Thomas Eric Duncan is the second confirmed case of Ebola in the U.S.
The Care Now clinic in Frisco where Dallas County Sheriff’s deputy Michael Monnig was treated for possible Ebola-like symptoms is close
According to health officials, Dallas Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan died Wednesday morning at 7:51 am.
A study suggests that do-it-yourself flu vaccine might be possible. Researchers found that military folks who squirted a nasal vaccine up their noses were as well-protected as others who got it from health workers.
“While it is a crisis, we should not panic and begin to do irrational things in reaction,” Jesse Jackson said about the Dallas’ Ebola case.