Americans have taken one step forward and two steps back in the battle against sexually transmitted diseases.
DUBLIN, Ohio--Cardinal Health Inc. is seeking to buy Bindley Western Industries for about $1.7 billion, its first attempt at acquiring another wholesale drug distributor since the federal government blocked an effort in 1998.
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic -- A mutated strain of polio traced to a vaccine has infected at least three people in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, causing the first cases of the disease in the Western Hemisphere since 1991, a regi
ALBANY, N.Y.-Cold weather has grounded mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus. No new human cases are being reported. The deadly virus appears to be resting for the winter.
Not so for West Nile researchers.
BRUSSELS, Belgium--European Union farm ministers on Monday approved a six-month ban on animal products in fodder, part of an extraordinary plan to stem growing panic over mad cow disease.
Developing an Infection Control Program
By Karen Hoffmann, RN, MS, CIC
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa-- South Africa on Thursday granted a special exemption to allow the import of a generic anti-AIDS drug, seen by AIDS activists as a landmark decision.
WASHINGTON-- Nearly half of Americans suffer at least one chronic disease, everything from allergies to heart disease -- 20 million more than doctors had anticipated this year, researchers say.
WASHINGTON--The first frost has come to the East and, with it, an end to the danger from West Nile virus. But the respite is temporary--because scientists know something now they didn't know last year: The virus is here to stay.