'Medieval' diseases hit U.S. cities

Check out my latest story for Healthline -- I spoke with Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease specialist at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and Dr. Mark Mulligan, the director of the division of infectious diseases and immunology at NYU Langone Health, about recent outbreaks of so-called 'Medieval' diseases like hepatitis A, Shigella bacteria, and typhus that have been hitting American cities, particularly in vulnerable communities of people experiencing homelessness. More here: