The condition of the American healthcare worker being treated for Ebola at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda has improved.
The National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda admitted a patient with Ebola Friday morning at 4:44 a.m.
There’s no skunky bar odor amid the beer taps. Instead of booze, colored water fills the bottles. The real alcohol is locked away but still close enough for the extra temptation of smell — and to test the safety of a new drug designed to help heavy drinkers say “when” sooner than usual.
The National Institutes of Health says an American nurse who was exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone has been released from the hospital.
Too many U.S. infants sleep with blankets, pillows or other unsafe bedding that may lead to suffocation or sudden infant death syndrome, despite guidelines recommending against the practice. That’s according to researchers who say 17 years of national data show parents need to be better informed.
Nina Pham, the Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola while treating Thomas Eric Duncan, is free of the virus and will be discharged from the National Institutes of Health on Friday, officials say.
The first Dallas nurse to have contracted Ebola after treating an infected Liberian man was transferred late Thursday from a Dallas hospital to a specialized medical facility in Maryland.
The Dallas nurse infected with Ebola is expected to be transported to the National Institutes of Health in Maryland, according to multiple reports.
An American doctor exposed to the Ebola virus after a needle stick in Sierra Leone has been released from isolation and sent home.
The Obama administration on Friday urged calm over the single case of Ebola in the United States, seeking to reassure the American public that there is little chance of an outbreak of the illness in this country.