Three Air Force medical teams are deploying to El Paso, Texas, where area hospitals are overflowing with COVID-19 patients and Army post Fort Bliss has declared a public health emergency.
A thick quilt of smog lingered over the Indian capital and its suburbs on Friday, fed by smoke from raging agricultural fires that health experts worry could worsen the city’s fight against the coronavirus.
By James Barney
The COVID-19 crisis has transformed the educational landscape particularly in law schools. Learn how the pandemic has complicated the decision to attend law school and the application process, but has also created some unexpected benefits.
The military has begun random COVID-19 testing for troops and contractors flying Patriot Express for official duty to overseas locations.
Earlier this week, Canadian officials reported that a variant of the influenza virus that normally infects pigs, a virus known as Influenza A (H1N2)v, was detected in a person in Alberta.
The European Commission has launched an €8 million project that aims to use the Internet of Things (IoT) to increase and enhance the remote care provided by hospitals.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is seeing a resurgence of patients with COVID-19, with the number of active cases at 6,454 as of Tuesday, exceeding the record high of 6,424 set July 20.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
Property title theft, when someone fraudulently obtains the title of a home or property through identity theft, is on the rise. Here’s what law enforcement and homeowners need to know about this type of cybercrime.