What Happens To Your Body When You Get The MERS Virus
Researchers have published the first MERS autopsy, which provides new clues into how the virus attacks the body.
MERS, Ebola, Bird Flu: Science's Big Missed Opportunities
Scientists are largely in the dark about how to stop or treat the slew of never-seen-before global health problems of recent years, from the emergence of the deadly MERS virus in Saudi Arabia, to a new killer strain of bird flu in China and an unprecedented Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
A New Virus Similar To Hep C Is Being Spread Through Blood Transfusions
A new virus has been found to be transmitted through blood transfusions, but it doesn't seem dangerous.
Thailand Says 175 Exposed To MERS Patient
Thailand's ministry has instructed those exposed to stay away from public spaces and for medical personnel to monitor their health.
North Korea Claims It Can Cure MERS, Ebola, And AIDS
This isn’t the first time the hermit kingdom has claimed it has a cure for some of the worst viruses of this century.
Hospital At Center Of South Korea's MERS Suspends Services
After being identified as the epicenter of the spread of deadly MERS, a South Korean hospital has suspended most of its services.
South Korea's MERS Outbreak, In Photos [SLIDESHOW]
As MERS continues to spread throughout South Korea, drastic measures are being taken to stop the outbreak.
MERS Is In The Air: Virus Discovered In Saudi Camel Barn
The discovery of MERS virus fragments in a camel barn suggests the deadly disease is airborne, like the cold or the flu.
Saudi Arabia To Test Camels For MERS Virus
In order to better track and understand the link between camels and MERS, Saudi Arabia will be testing camels throughout the country.
The CDC Was Wrong About The Illinois MERS Case
After more extensive serology tests, the CDC has confirmed that the Illinois man initially believed to be infected with MERS is actually virus-free.
As MERS Spreads, Scientists Find Potential New Cures In ‘Repurposing’ Existing Drugs
With the fear of MERS spreading further throughout the U.S., scientists have begun repurposing existing drugs to find a cure for the virus.
US Hospitals Brace For MERS Outbreak: Third Case Confirmed [VIDEO]
There has been another MERS case confirmed in Illinois, and hospitals are beginning to brace for a potential outbreak of the virus.