As ready as you are to be done with COVID-19, it's not going anywhere soon. A historian of disease describes how once a pathogen emerges, it's usually here to stay.
Aboriginal communities have a long history of fighting off disease outbreaks – and self-determination is vital to their success.
Racism against fellow Indians and classism against the poor characterised India's early response to coronavirus, that is reminiscent of British imperial public health policies.
Even before people understood how germs spread disease, they tried to isolate the sick to keep them from infecting others.
Armadillos and humans are linked in the strangest of ways. Armadillos are the only other species known to get leprosy. A surge in cases in Brazil gives reason for concern there and in the US.
World TB Day will be observed March 24, with the good news that deaths from tuberculosis are declining. But a trend toward confining those with TB threatens to stall advances.
Some have a strain that is almost identical to one that infected humans in the middle ages.
Thalidomide is notorious for causing death and disability but it – and its derivatives – are proving useful for conditions such as leprosy.
Does Greyscale’s allure for contemporary audiences have to do with disfigurement?