Two epidemiologists argue for the adoption of research methods that don't produce dangerous new virus strains.
As the United States struggles to vaccinate much of the population for the current H1N1 virus, it's worth casting a look at both 1918 and 1976.
Researchers have a new way of tracking where disease hot spots are occurring, and, once again, it concerns an Apple a day ...
An electronic survey launched at the height of media coverage about swine flu — but by no means at the height of the current pandemic — puts data to public perceptions.
Information, good or bad, about swine flu travels faster than the virus itself, and a team at Stanford wants you to help it track how you respond to this unfolding pandemic.