The novel coronavirus disease has been given an official name. So what goes into a name? Viruses and their diseases are named in different ways.
While diseases like Ebola or Coronavirus make the news and scare many people, there are a myriad of other zoonotic diseases that make thousands sick each year as well.
Two parents in Toronto, Canada, are fighting over whether to protect their children from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Read how news got to America that Louis Pasteur had developed the rabies vaccine in France back in 1885.
There is no real scientific evidence to lend credence to the claim that fetal cell DNA in vaccines — if it is there in significant quantities — is enough to cause problems.