Chinese researchers found that shutting down live poultry farms was an extremely effective method of preventing the spread of the avian flu.
Researchers found that current HPV vaccines do not protect black women against the virus as effectively as they do for white women.
WHO confirmed 10 cases of polio in Syria while 12 more are awaiting laboratory test results.
An infant who was dying of rabies has infected his family with the deadly disease by biting them.
In Michigan, a fatal dog virus has struck and killed six canines. Experts believe that it might be spreading from the pet-owners to the pets.
Cats might be the savior for people with positive HIV, a new study suggests. The carnivorous mammal may hold a key to developing an HIV vaccine for people.
Cocaine may increase a person's vulnerability to HIV infection by altering the body's immune cells.
Scientists have discovered why some people are troubled by cold sores.
Researchers tested a combination antiviral drug therapy treatment on monkeys infected with MERS and discovered that the treatment option was effective.
Dengue fever appears to be showing up in Florida once again.
After collecting fecal samples of tomb bats in Saudi Arabia, researchers discovered MERS-CoV in one of the samples that was 100 percent identical to the MERS-CoV that infected and killed a 60-year-old businessman.
Researchers discovered that there was one case of human-to-human transfer of the avian flu, H7N9 back in March.
WHO has called for an emergency committee of international experts to prepare for the potential of a global MERS outbreak.
A new study reveals that placental cells may help prevent viruses from crossing from an expectant mother to her baby. Researchers believe these cells can also transfer their unique trait to other kinds of cells.
The World Health Organization has proposed a new set of guidelines that push for faster treatment administered to HIV positive patients with the goal of stoping the HIV/AIDS pandemic.