SARS

7 articles
Spotlight on Bats: Nature's Spooky Disease Reservoirs
Oct 31, 2013 | Katharine York

Picture a dark and foggy night. Tall, nearly leafless trees loom around you, and newly fallen leaves whirl around your feet. The silhouette of a...

Novel Coronavirus Arrives in France
May 10, 2013 | Lauren Edmundson

France’s Pasteur Institute has confirmed the first case of novel coronavirus (NCoV) in France. The 65 year-old man, who remains unnamed, was first...

Coronavirus Steals Media Spotlight with Promising New Research
Apr 10, 2013 | David Scales

Amidst all the articles on H7N9 in China, the novel coronavirus (nCoV) is making headlines again. While the number of cases continues to trickle...

Is This Scary New Virus The Next SARS?
Mar 13, 2013 | Anna Tomasulo

There’s been a four-letter word circulating through the media in recent weeks, one we haven’t heard for years: SARS, which stands for "severe acute...

Novel Coronavirus: New Cases and Potential for Person to Person Spread
Feb 13, 2013 | Anna Tomasulo

The U.K. Health Protection Agency has confirmed two cases of the novel coronavirus this week. First, the facts. The first case, confirmed in a...

Spotlight: SARS
Oct 2, 2012 | Jason Hayes

Few media-hyped events pose such a lurking, pit-of-your-stomach discomfort as the rapid, global emergence of a new disease. The sound of ambulance...

Novel Coronavirus in UK and Saudi Arabia
Sep 24, 2012 | Anna Tomasulo

The WHO is reporting a single case of an acute respiratory syndrome with renal failure in the United Kingdom. Laboratory testing confirmed a novel...