The Center for Disease Control and Prevention said the man flew back from Liberia on May 17, became critically ill and died Monday night.
A secret danger posed by electronic cigarettes involves misusing the smokes to get a fast high.
Here are five things you may or may not know about the rabies virus, courtesy of the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.
As predicted, this year’s flu vaccine is doing a pretty crummy job. Health officials say a new study shows it’s only 23 percent effective.
Cases of the flu in New York have almost doubled in just a week. It’s a national epidemic and the worst part of the season has yet to arrive.
Questions have arisen about a New Jersey hospital’s setup to treat Ebola patients.
A passenger was being evaluated at a hospital in Newark Tuesday, after reportedly being identified as possibly having been exposed to the Ebola virus.
President Barack Obama is naming Ron Klain as the point man on the U.S. government’s response to the Ebola crisis.
Customs and health officials at Newark Liberty Airport will start taking the temperatures of passengers from three West African countries as part of a stepped up Ebola screening program.
This fact sheet helps explain the measures the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection, and their partners are taking at airports both in the United States and in affected countries in West Africa to prevent the spread of Ebola.
So far, New Jersey has nine confirmed cases of the virus in Camden, Burlington, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Essex, Passaic and Sussex counties.
Port Authority police said a passenger on board United Flight 998, inbound from Brussels, was vomiting aboard the plane.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Friday night that Enterovirus D68 was involved in the death of a 4-year-old boy in Hamilton, New Jersey last week.
Two Yale University doctoral students returning from West Africa are taking extra precautions to ensure that they did not contract the Ebola virus while traveling.
A man in Dallas has become the first person in the United States with a confirmed Ebola virus diagnosis, and one local expert was alarmed that the patient was not isolated immediately.