Pandemic

Read: Coronavirus Update: Several Universities Cancel Study Abroad Programs

Coronavirus Update: Several Universities Cancel Study Abroad Programs

Some of the schools that have taken this step include NYU, Syracuse, FIU, Semester at Sea, Fairfield University, Sacred Heart University, the University of New Haven and Elon University.

Read: CDC: Americans Should Prepare for Spread of Coronavirus

CDC: Americans Should Prepare for Spread of Coronavirus

A top health official said Tuesday that it isn’t a matter of if the coronavirus will continue to spread but when and how severely.

Read: Flu Virus has Killed 68 Children Since the Start of the Flu Season

Flu Virus has Killed 68 Children Since the Start of the Flu Season

The CDC says that flu activity remains high, but hospitalizations and deaths are not high at this point in the season.

Read: How Campuses Can Respond to the Coronavirus Outbreak

How Campuses Can Respond to the Coronavirus Outbreak

These nine steps will help your school or university limit the spread of this respiratory illness.

Read: Beware of Fake Coronavirus Social Media Alerts

Beware of Fake Coronavirus Social Media Alerts

Colleges and school districts are grappling with phony posts about the outbreak.

Read: Vaccine Exemptions Triple in California as Parents Doctor-Shop

Vaccine Exemptions Triple in California as Parents Doctor-Shop

A state senator, who is also a pediatrician, is sponsoring a new bill that would require the state health department to sign off on all medical exemptions.

Read: NYC Declares Measles Emergency, Orders Vaccinations for Some

NYC Declares Measles Emergency, Orders Vaccinations for Some

Residents over the age of six months who live in four specific Brooklyn ZIP codes must be vaccinated or face a fine of up to $1,000.

Read: 40 Univ. of Maryland Students Test Positive for Adenovirus

40 Univ. of Maryland Students Test Positive for Adenovirus

A freshman UMD student died from the illness back in November.

Read: Study: Thousands of U.S. Kids Not Vaccinated

Study: Thousands of U.S. Kids Not Vaccinated

The rate of young children not receiving vaccinations has increased for the third year in a row.

Read: Flu Epidemic Closes Schools in at Least 14 States

Flu Epidemic Closes Schools in at Least 14 States

One elementary school in Oregon was closed for a week after 43 percent of its students and staff were affected by the flu.

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