It is unclear how the ELWA Hospital staff member, who was treating pregnant woman, contracted the virus.
Lauren Bendesky was diagnosed with the disease at 14.
The doctor with SIM Missionary worked at the same hospital as Dr. Kent Brantly.
A boy's parents have been arrested for taking him to Spain for cancer treatment.
You're more likely to snack during action-packed programming, a new study found.
The first human trial for an investigational Ebola vaccine is set to begin this week.
Denial continues to fuel the deadly outbreak in West Africa.
To help you decode what your body and brain are really saying, you've got to learn the difference between the types of hungerâ€”from real to boredom to stress. Here's how.
Dr. Philip Ireland remembers the moment he realized he had Ebola.
Here are some unexpected things that impact your memory in both good and not-so-good ways.
Dr. Richard Besser reports on the growing outbreak from Monrovia, Liberia.
The Ebola outbreak is expected to reach 20,000 in six months.
American scientists will begin testing an Ebola vaccine in humans next week, U.S. health officials announced today. But it could take 11 months to learn whether the vaccine is safe as the virusâ€™s toll in West Africa continues to rise.
By mapping Ebola's deadly genetic details, scientists seek answers to what makes it tick
The rare amoeba can cause a deadly form of meningitis.
Quarantined West Point residents are desperate for food amid the Ebola outbreak.
Boston Children's Hospital prints replicas of patients' body parts for practice.
Blue steel gates guard the back entrance to an Ebola treatment center, where new patients flood in faster than bodies are removed. Today, I met a burial team tasked with collecting and burning the bodies â€“ a dangerous but crucial job amid the worst-ever outbreak.
This nail polish changes color on contact with date rape drugs.
Here, then, are five reasons you should rest easier when it comes to everyday stressâ€”and how a little short-term anxiety can actually benefit your brain and body.
Regardless of who you areâ€”or why you owe moneyâ€”science suggests that being in debt could be affecting your physical and mental health. Here are just some of the reasons to get back in the black.