Skull of mutilated "vampire" from 1800s reveals what he really looked like
"Of course, J.B. was not a vampire, but he was believed to be undead in his grave," archaeologist Nicholas Bellantoni told Newsweek.
'Vampire' Skeleton Found Pinned to Ground with Sickle Around Neck
The sickle may have been placed in a woman's grave to prevent her rising from the dead and exacting revenge.
Trevor Reed's Family Says He May Die in Russian Prison Without Biden's Help
Reed, a former U.S. Marine from Texas, has been detained in Russia since 2019 for allegedly endangering the lives of two Moscow police officers.
Trevor Reed, U.S Citizen Jailed in Russia, Starts Hunger Strike
His parents said he began the protest after being placed in solitary confinement and not receiving adequate medical treatment.
Study Shows Coronavirus Lockdown Could Cause 6.3 Million Tuberculosis Cases
In the worst case scenario, more than 1.3 million people would die from tuberculosis.
Glimpse of Hope for Most Deadly Infectious Disease
Drug resistance threatens recent gains against the disease—but research shows there's reason to be optimistic.
Tiny Gold Robot Could Help Detect TB Resistance
The robot could replace the test that has been used to find drug-resistant tuberculosis, potentially cutting the detection time in half.
Tuberculosis Exposure at Johns Hopkins Hospital
Tuberculosis is a highly contagious bacteria that can be spread through the air.
TB Vaccine Could Be "Major Advancement" for Diabetes
"I hate the word 'cure' because it means something different to everybody," one of the researchers said. "But I think it's a major advancement.... It has simplicity."
Rats Can Accurately Detect This Disease in Humans
Tuberculosis is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.
Detroit Health Officials Issue Tuberculosis Warning
The respiratory disease can be deadly if left untreated.
The Mystery of Chopin's Death Is Finally Solved
The musician's heart has been preserved in a jar of cognac for nearly 170 years.
1.7 Billion People Infected With Latent Tuberculosis
Nearly 100 million children are infected with tuberculosis, which causes 2 million deaths each year.
The World's Most Underestimated Disease
A bacterial infection is killing millions every year and growing stronger and more resistant to treatment by the day. So why aren't we rushing to stop it?
U.S. Patient in Treatment for Drug-Resistant Tuberculos
Health officials are tracking down airplane passengers who may have had direct contact with the woman.
€6,000 Giant Rats to Sniff Out Tuberculosis
A Belgian NGO is training rats to deal with deadly disease which is prominent in east African countries.
27 Test Positive for TB Infection at Kansas High School
Health workers have confirmed one case of tuberculosis among those who tested positive for infection.
U.S. Scientists Discover Powerful New Antibiotic
There have been increasing concerns about the number of infections that are becoming resistant to antibiotics
WHO: 500,000 More With TB Than Previously Thought
Tuberculosis infection rates are down, but WHO revised its data upward by half a million cases and warns of the threat from multidrug resistant TB.
Tuberculosis Is Back, and Nastier Than Ever
Some 450,000 people developed multidrug-resistant tuberculosis last year, a variant that can't be cured by common drugs.