Classroom Experiment Shows the Importance of Hand-Washing—Just in Time for Flu Season
A science teacher is imploring students and parents to wash their hands after posting the results of her classroom's stomach-churning experiment.
News Anchor Shares Her Baby's RSV Horror Story: 'I Was Told Three Times It Was Just a Head Cold'
RSV can be deadly in infants and kids under two, but early symptoms appear very similar to the common cold. This mom's story will help parents everywhere know the warning signs.
Mel B Speaks Out After Temporarily Going Blind in One Eye from Herpes
“She’s doing fine now, she’s not blind.”
Eye Herpes Made Mel B Feel 'Blind.' Here’s What You Need to Know About Herpes Keratitis
Yep, herpes can infect your eyes, too.
Herpes Cases Reportedly Skyrocketed at Coachella This Year
Symptoms often show up days later.
Space Travel Is Reactivating Herpes in Astronauts—Here's What That Means for You
An astronaut's anxiety may trigger an outbreak, a new NASA study says—but your daily routine could too.