A story that brought a smile to my face this past weekend is that of the happy reunion between the Dallas nurse who recovered from Ebola and her adorable brown and white dog, Bentley.
For Americans wondering why President Barack Obama hasn’t forced all states to follow a single, national rule for isolating potential Ebola patients, the White House has a quick retort: Talk to the Founding Fathers.
A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned to the city after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus, according to preliminary test results, city officials said Thursday.
As concerns over Ebola continue to spread, Pennsylvania lawmakers are weighing in on how the virus is being handled.
The message was clear, there have been no local cases of Ebola, but those on the front lines are ready if needed.
As the nation grapples with Ebola, Sen. Bob Casey teamed up with doctors and specialists from UPMC Presbyterian Hospital Friday morning to discuss how prepared we are.
Gov. Tom Corbett says three Pennsylvanians who were on a flight from Cleveland to Dallas with a nurse who tested positive for Ebola are being monitored in Texas and haven’t been back home since the Monday trip.
Everybody’s talking about it. Ebola. The question at Pittsburgh International Airport is, “Is it safe to fly? Can I get Ebola on an airplane?”
DALLAS (KDKA/AP) – The first Dallas nurse to have contracted Ebola after treating an infected Liberian man was transferred Thursday from a Dallas hospital to a specialized medical facility in Maryland. The National Institutes of […]
For Andy Pugh, of Squirrel Hill, the check-up is routine, but the purpose is anything but.
Hospitals across the country are conducting drills to prepare for the possibility of a patient with Ebola-like symptoms.
A health official says at least seven people in northeast Ohio are quarantined and being monitored because they had contact with a Texas nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola after visiting the area.
Questions are being raised about how health officials are handling Ebola cases in the United States.
As fears over Ebola creep closer to home, local health officials are doing all they can to ease the minds of those worried about it.
A second health care worker at a Dallas hospital who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has tested positive for the disease, the Texas Department of State Health Services said Wednesday.