Egypt, a country that has seen significant change and upheaval in the past year, is now experiencing a severe outbreak of foot and mouth disease.
Month: March 2012
In his essay, “We, the Web Kids,” Polish poet and pundit Piotr Czerski writes: “We don’t use the Internet…we live on the Internet and along
We all remember Michele Bachmann’s insidious comments from last September, in which she insinuated that the HPV vaccine had potential ties to mental retardation. Since
Every year on March 24, the Stop TB Partnership encourages us to observe World TB Day, a day designed to raise awareness and knowledge of
A bill recently passed by the Massachusetts Senate and awaiting approval in the House would take steps at bringing HIV testing policy in Massachusetts into
A new type of rabies was discovered this week by scientists at the University of Glasgow and the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA).
I wager that last week, your twitter feed was dominated by tweets tagged #StopKony or #Kony2012. If you don’t use twitter, perhaps Kony bombarded you
More than 40 people were sick with food poisoning after eating at a local pastry shop in Yakutsk, Russia on March 6, 2012. For 43
New research suggests that certain cancer drugs may control the lethal Ebola virus. On February 29, a new study investigating the effects of two leukemia
HealthMap has been tracking news of a measles outbreak in Indiana following the state’s hosting of the Super Bowl on February 5. The latest case