COVID19

About 11,000 Americans have died of swine flu as of last month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. The agency’s previous estimate for deaths from April, when the virus was discovered, to mid-November...
Like a patient suffering from a particularly tenacious case of, well, the flu, the H1N1 virus seemed to gain ground and then lose it over the weekend, leaving health officials cautious but hopeful that the...
About 4,000 Americans rather than about 1,200 — have died of swine flu since the disease emerged in April, according to new figures being calculated by epidemiologists for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The...
The United States has significantly underreported the number of new HIV infections occurring nationally each year, with a study showing that the annual infection rate is 40 percent higher than previously estimated. The study, conducted by...
S.P. is a 23-year-old Hispanic woman, who tested positive for HIV, the virus associated with AIDS. She applied for Social Security disability benefits when she was no longer able to work due to weight loss...