The patient’s condition was still being evaluated after being flown in isolation from Sierra Leone on a chartered plane and admitted.
The NIH announced Thursday that the patient is expected to arrive Friday at its hospital in Bethesda.
Ebola derailed child immunizations in hard-hit West Africa, leaving thousands more children vulnerable to illnesses like measles.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture says it is monitoring a control zone in southeast Kansas for signs of avian influenza.
Just like tobacco and alcohol, the warning would advise consumers against health risks.
An Olathe school isn’t taking any chances and is testing about 350 students and staff for tuberculosis.
Sickness abounds, is the weather to blame?
McNeil issued a recall in April 2010.
Two longtime acquaintances who received organ transplants found their organs were from the same donor.
Prescription drugs spending jumped 13 percent last year, the biggest annual increase since 2003.
A bird flu deadly to poultry has been confirmed at a second turkey growing facility in Missouri.
A new Joplin hospital that replaces one destroyed by a deadly tornado is preparing to open.
A local group is having a big international impact, sending medical help over to countries in need.
The FDA confirmed that Olympus Corp. did not seek FDA clearance for the latest version of its specialized endoscope.
Johnson County and Kansas health officials say a student at an eastern Kansas high school has been diagnosed with tuberculosis.