Lena Sun The Washington Post

'Lena Sun The Washington Post' - 23 News Result(s)

  • Mystery Lung Illness Linked To Vaping. Nearly 100 Cases Suspected In US
    World News | Lena H. Sun, Lindsey Bever, The Washington Post | Sunday August 18, 2019
    State and federal health officials are investigating almost 100 cases of mysterious lung illnesses linked to vaping and e-cigarette use in 14 states, many of them involving teens and young adults. A large number of those stricken ill have been hospitalized, with some in intensive care and on ventilators.
  • How Michigan's Patient Zero, A Traveler, Infected 39 People With Measles
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Tuesday April 16, 2019
    Last month, a traveler raising money for charity in Brooklyn's ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, drove through the night to Detroit - his next fundraising stop. He felt sick en route and saw a doctor when he got there. But the doctor, who had never seen measles, misdiagnosed the man's fever and cough as bronchitis.
  • Secret North Korean Missile Site, One Of 20, Found: Report
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Tuesday January 22, 2019
    Days after the White House announced plans for a second nuclear summit between the United States and North Korea, a new think tank report has identified a secret North Korean ballistic missile base about 160 miles northwest of Seoul
  • Watch: Scientists Glue Tiny GPS Trackers On Bats That Carry Lethal Virus
    Science | Lena Sun, The Washington Post | Saturday December 15, 2018
    A team of scientists from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will track the movements of bats in the hopes that spying on their nightly escapades could help prevent the spread of one of the world's most dreaded diseases, Marburg virus.
  • US May List Venezuela As Sponsor Of International Terrorism
    World News | John Hudson, Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 20, 2018
    The Trump administration is preparing to add Venezuela to the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism in what would be a dramatic escalation against the socialist government of Nicolas Maduro, according to U.S. officials and internal government emails. The list is reserved for governments accused of repeatedly providing "support for acts of intern...
  • Experts Chase The Cause Of A Paralyzing Childhood Disease Spiking This Year
    Health | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 14, 2018
    AFM is caused by inflammation of the spinal cord that results in severe muscle weakness and paralysis. More than 400 confirmed cases, most of them in children, have been reported in the past four years, and one child with AFM died last year.
  • This Mock Pandemic Killed 150 Million People. Next Time It Might Not Be A Drill
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Thursday May 31, 2018
    A novel virus, moderately contagious and moderately lethal, has surfaced and is spreading rapidly around the globe. Outbreaks first appear in Frankfurt, Germany and Caracas, Venezuela. The virus is transmitted person-to-person, primarily by coughing. There are no effective antivirals or vaccines. American troops stationed abroad are infected. Now t...
  • Bill Gates Calls On US To Lead Fight Against A Pandemic That Could Kill 33 Million
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Saturday April 28, 2018
    Bill Gates says the White House and Congress have failed to lead the nation and the world in preparing for the "significant probability of a large and lethal modern-day pandemic occurring in our lifetimes."
  • Inside The Secret US Stockpile Meant To Save Us All In A Bioterror Attack
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Tuesday April 24, 2018
    The need for biodefense has become more clear in the wake of outbreaks of Ebola in West Africa, Zika in the Americas, devastating wildfires and hurricanes, and the poisonings of the North Korean leader's half brother in Malaysia and former Russian spies in England with nerve and radiological agents.
  • She Thought The Weird Sensation Was A Stray Eyelash. It Was Eye Worms.
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Wednesday February 14, 2018
    Abby Beckley thought her left eye was irritated because of a stray eyelash. She rubbed her eye, flushed it with water, but when the discomfort remained, she peered into the mirror. She thought she saw a piece of clear fuzz. She pinched it with her fingers and pulled it out.
  • Chasing A Killer: CDC Scientists Pursue Deadly Monkeypox Virus In Africa
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Sunday November 5, 2017
    Along a narrow, winding river, a team of American scientists is traveling deep into the Congo rain forest to a village that can be reached only by boat. The scientists are from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and they have embarked on this watery journey to solve a decades-old mystery about a rare and fatal disease: monkeypox.
  • Medical Detectives Raced To Save A Man From A Rare, 'Universally Lethal' Disease
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Thursday December 22, 2016
    The problems started after Erich Burger returned from an unforgettable safari in Botswana and Zambia last month.
  • These Hospitals Are Doing Something Shocking: Giving Refunds To Unhappy Patients
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Friday April 15, 2016
    At Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania, hospital officials want to keep their customers happy. So when patients are upset about a long wait in the emergency department, or a doctor's brusque manner, or a meal that never arrived in a room, Geisinger is doing more than apologizing.
  • Zika Has Pregnant Women In The US Worried, And Doctors Have Few Answers
    World News | Lena H. Sun, Brady Dennis, The Washington Post | Monday March 7, 2016
    The pregnant woman was in her 30s and, like a growing number of patients at Richard Newman's practice in downtown Washington, worried about a threat the obstetrician himself had learned about only recently: Zika.
  • Zika Tied To Major Eye Defects In Babies With Microcephaly, Study Finds
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Wednesday February 10, 2016
    Some Brazilian babies born with birth defects linked to Zika virus also have severe eye problems in addition to brain damage, doctors reported Tuesday.

'Lena Sun The Washington Post' - 23 News Result(s)

  • Mystery Lung Illness Linked To Vaping. Nearly 100 Cases Suspected In US
    World News | Lena H. Sun, Lindsey Bever, The Washington Post | Sunday August 18, 2019
    State and federal health officials are investigating almost 100 cases of mysterious lung illnesses linked to vaping and e-cigarette use in 14 states, many of them involving teens and young adults. A large number of those stricken ill have been hospitalized, with some in intensive care and on ventilators.
  • How Michigan's Patient Zero, A Traveler, Infected 39 People With Measles
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Tuesday April 16, 2019
    Last month, a traveler raising money for charity in Brooklyn's ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, drove through the night to Detroit - his next fundraising stop. He felt sick en route and saw a doctor when he got there. But the doctor, who had never seen measles, misdiagnosed the man's fever and cough as bronchitis.
  • Secret North Korean Missile Site, One Of 20, Found: Report
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Tuesday January 22, 2019
    Days after the White House announced plans for a second nuclear summit between the United States and North Korea, a new think tank report has identified a secret North Korean ballistic missile base about 160 miles northwest of Seoul
  • Watch: Scientists Glue Tiny GPS Trackers On Bats That Carry Lethal Virus
    Science | Lena Sun, The Washington Post | Saturday December 15, 2018
    A team of scientists from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will track the movements of bats in the hopes that spying on their nightly escapades could help prevent the spread of one of the world's most dreaded diseases, Marburg virus.
  • US May List Venezuela As Sponsor Of International Terrorism
    World News | John Hudson, Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 20, 2018
    The Trump administration is preparing to add Venezuela to the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism in what would be a dramatic escalation against the socialist government of Nicolas Maduro, according to U.S. officials and internal government emails. The list is reserved for governments accused of repeatedly providing "support for acts of intern...
  • Experts Chase The Cause Of A Paralyzing Childhood Disease Spiking This Year
    Health | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 14, 2018
    AFM is caused by inflammation of the spinal cord that results in severe muscle weakness and paralysis. More than 400 confirmed cases, most of them in children, have been reported in the past four years, and one child with AFM died last year.
  • This Mock Pandemic Killed 150 Million People. Next Time It Might Not Be A Drill
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Thursday May 31, 2018
    A novel virus, moderately contagious and moderately lethal, has surfaced and is spreading rapidly around the globe. Outbreaks first appear in Frankfurt, Germany and Caracas, Venezuela. The virus is transmitted person-to-person, primarily by coughing. There are no effective antivirals or vaccines. American troops stationed abroad are infected. Now t...
  • Bill Gates Calls On US To Lead Fight Against A Pandemic That Could Kill 33 Million
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Saturday April 28, 2018
    Bill Gates says the White House and Congress have failed to lead the nation and the world in preparing for the "significant probability of a large and lethal modern-day pandemic occurring in our lifetimes."
  • Inside The Secret US Stockpile Meant To Save Us All In A Bioterror Attack
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Tuesday April 24, 2018
    The need for biodefense has become more clear in the wake of outbreaks of Ebola in West Africa, Zika in the Americas, devastating wildfires and hurricanes, and the poisonings of the North Korean leader's half brother in Malaysia and former Russian spies in England with nerve and radiological agents.
  • She Thought The Weird Sensation Was A Stray Eyelash. It Was Eye Worms.
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Wednesday February 14, 2018
    Abby Beckley thought her left eye was irritated because of a stray eyelash. She rubbed her eye, flushed it with water, but when the discomfort remained, she peered into the mirror. She thought she saw a piece of clear fuzz. She pinched it with her fingers and pulled it out.
  • Chasing A Killer: CDC Scientists Pursue Deadly Monkeypox Virus In Africa
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Sunday November 5, 2017
    Along a narrow, winding river, a team of American scientists is traveling deep into the Congo rain forest to a village that can be reached only by boat. The scientists are from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and they have embarked on this watery journey to solve a decades-old mystery about a rare and fatal disease: monkeypox.
  • Medical Detectives Raced To Save A Man From A Rare, 'Universally Lethal' Disease
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Thursday December 22, 2016
    The problems started after Erich Burger returned from an unforgettable safari in Botswana and Zambia last month.
  • These Hospitals Are Doing Something Shocking: Giving Refunds To Unhappy Patients
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Friday April 15, 2016
    At Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania, hospital officials want to keep their customers happy. So when patients are upset about a long wait in the emergency department, or a doctor's brusque manner, or a meal that never arrived in a room, Geisinger is doing more than apologizing.
  • Zika Has Pregnant Women In The US Worried, And Doctors Have Few Answers
    World News | Lena H. Sun, Brady Dennis, The Washington Post | Monday March 7, 2016
    The pregnant woman was in her 30s and, like a growing number of patients at Richard Newman's practice in downtown Washington, worried about a threat the obstetrician himself had learned about only recently: Zika.
  • Zika Tied To Major Eye Defects In Babies With Microcephaly, Study Finds
    World News | Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post | Wednesday February 10, 2016
    Some Brazilian babies born with birth defects linked to Zika virus also have severe eye problems in addition to brain damage, doctors reported Tuesday.
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