Prenatal exposure to maternal fever during the second trimester raised odds of autism spectrum disorder by 40 percent, Mailman researchers found.
Kawasaki disease, the leading cause of acquired heart disease in children, may be caused by fungal particles or toxins carried on wind currents from northeastern China to Japan.
A New England Journal of Medicine Perspective calls for academic institutions to foster research in implementation science and advance research to confront global challenges.
New, more definitive evidence implicates camels in the ongoing outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS.
Diagnosis and treatment of malaria in Ethiopia is improving, thanks to a program run by Mailman's ICAP.
Households serve as a major source of new MRSA infections, according to a study by microbiologists at Columbia University Medical Center.