With Flu Season Nearly Here, Medical Experts Warn That Trump's Immigration Policy Is a Public-Health Threat
Proposed changes by the Trump administration that discourage immigrants from using public services come just ahead of flu season, according to epidemiologists.
Doctors Are Not Prescribing the Right Kind of Drugs for the Flu
If you come down with the flu, your doctor is more likely than not to write out a prescription for the wrong type of drug.
Devastation of 1918: Finding Pockets of Hope in the Great Flu Pandemic
The influenza pandemic of 1918 has taught us many lessons and, according to new research, some of them are decidedly low-tech.
In Man vs. Virus, The Win Goes to the Swift
The executive director of the Consortium for Conservation Medicine explains that while zoonotic diseases like swine flu are increasingly with us, quick public health reflexes can successfully clamp down on the outbreak. A Miller-McCune.com interview.