By: Alliance to Prevent Legionnaires’ Disease CDC Data Shows 128 Reported Cases in Past Three Weeks On Pace to Hit Nearly 1200 Cases in 2018, Outpacing 2017 Record New Yorkers continue to contract Legionnaires’...

The Yobe State Ministry of Health reported Oct 1 that 36 additional cholera cases have been reported from four local government areas (LGAs)–Gujba, Gulani, Damaturu and Fune. No new fatalities were...

Saudi Arabia officials reported 32 additional cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), including 10 deaths since June, according to a WHO outbreak news update Wednesday. Among these 32 cases,...

In a follow-up on the Salmonella Enteritidis outbreak linked to cage-free large eggs from Gravel Ridge Farms, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports 24 more illnesses since mid...

Pinellas County, Florida health officials announced Wednesday the investigation into two cases of legionellosis within the same apartment community. No other information is provided. Legionellosis is...

The Brazil Ministry of Health reported that as of October 1, there are 1,935 measles cases confirmed throughout the country. In Amazonas, there are 1,525, and in Roraima, 330. All are related to importation. The...

The New York State Department of Health today announced that an international traveler from Israel who has been confirmed to have measles flew through Newark Liberty International Airport on September...

At least six babies under one year of age were hospitalized in the past few days at Ichilov Medical Center in Tel Aviv for confirmed or suspected measles, according to a Ynet news report (computer translated). One...

The Zimbabwe government has rolled out an oral cholera vaccine program that seeks to prevent 1.4 million people in 14 suburbs of the capital Harare from infection in the wake of the ongoing cholera outbreak....

Health authorities of the state of Chiapas, on the southernmost tip of Mexico, are reporting a large number of dengue fever cases, prompting a health alert in the area, according to a El Siglo de Torreon...