Pauline Cafferkey was admitted to the Royal Free Hospital after falling ill on her return from Sierra Leone, where she had been working for the charity Save the Children
"Both for malaria and AIDS we're seeing that the tools that will let us do 95 to 100 percent reduction, those tools will be invented during this 15-year period", said Gates.
A five-year-old boy died from the virus in the southern Assiut province
Nigeria H5N1 bird flu now in 7 states, suspected in 140,000 birds
Using video feedback-based therapy to help parents understand and respond to their baby's early communication style might help modify emerging autism symptoms
The unprecedented outbreak has so far killed more than 8,400 people, overwhelmingly in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Obama launched a new precision medicine initiative to bring closer to curing diseases like cancer and diabetes
At least 10 people died from the disease in Egypt in 2014
Britain has one of the highest persistent tuberculosis (TB) rates in western Europe
Nigeria, Africa's most populous country and biggest economy, was the continent's first country to detect bird flu in 2006
The data showed that the 10 warmest years since records began in the 19th century had occurred since 1997
Nearly 85 percent of births are delivered by C-section in Brazil's private hospitals
Sea level rise is gnawing away at shores from Miami to Shanghai. In cities such as Jakarta, the rise is aggravated by big local subsidence.
The migration has occurred during the last one to three generations of the predators, or between 15 and 45 years
The project was inspired by similar initiatives in the Amazon region of Latin America
Meningococcal meningitis infects the thin lining surrounding the brain and spinal cord. It can cause severe brain damage, deafness, epilepsy or necrosis and, if untreated, is fatal in 50 percent of cases
If effective, the shots will be available for deployment a few months later.
Some 3,800 barrels spilled, according to an investigation by Shell and government officials. It ranks as one of the worst in Nigeria for years, local environmental activists said.
The new study showing cold viruses replicated more efficiently and produced higher levels of infectious particles at the lower temperature.
Miniscule amounts of rice produced in 2012 and 2013 failed to pass radiation checks and had to be destroyed.
350,000 liters of oil were spilled into the Sunderbans forest in December, raising fears of potential long-term damage