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State and local health officials in Hawaii report no recent incidences of locally acquired dengue fever in 30 days; however, they say the public should not to let their guard down in the fight against...

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In a follow-up to a report on a secondary Lassa fever case in a German funeral home worker, health officials report the patient has fully recovered and been discharged from hospital in Frankfurt. The...

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The number of measles cases reported in the Memphis area stands at six, prompting the Shelby County Health Department to declare an outbreak. County health officials remind residents For measles vaccinations,...

A devastating livestock disease is continuing to extend its global reach and is now present in 76 countries. Georgia recently reported its first-ever case of Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR), a viral...

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The number of syphilis cases, primary, secondary and early latent syphilis, reported in Lubbock County, Texas have tripled in the first third of 2016 compared to the same period last year, prompting health...

A new study has uncovered an increased risk of dementia–in particular Alzheimer’s disease–in patients with rosacea. Importantly, the risk was highest in older patients and in patients...

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In a letter to the University of Dayton campus community, President Daniel J. Curran writes that Wednesday that the school has confirmed a total of nine cases of mumps on campus. “We strongly...

After reporting more than 1100 gastrointestinal viral infections, Zamboanga City Mayor, Beng Climaco signed Executive Order 174 declaring a gastroenteritis outbreak in the city. To date, the disease...

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The Eastern Illinois University Health Service has reported on a mumps outbreak that has affected 10 students to date at the Charleston, Il campus. Mumps is a self-limited viral illness, which is spread...

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Each year around the world, rabies results in more than approximately 59,000 deaths– that is nearly one death every 9 minutes. Most deaths are reported from Africa and Asia with almost 50% of the victims...