In a follow-up on the botulism outbreak in Sacramento County, California, The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) tested and confirmed that nacho cheese sauce that was sold at the Valley Oak...

The number of norovirus cases in the Yolo County outbreak now tips the scales at 2091, according to county spokeswoman Beth Gabor via an ABC 10 report Wednesday evening. This is a more thn doubling of...

Officials with Sacramento County Public Health are investigating a foodborne botulism outbreak that has sickened at least five people to date, all hospitalized ans in serious condition. The investigation...

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State and local public health and hospital officials have confirmed that the patient transported by specialized ambulance and admitted to UC Davis Medical Center early Thursday who exhibited symptoms consistent...

The Royal Free Hospital released an update on the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) patient, Pauline Cafferkey today, and the news is promising. According to a statement health officials say, “Pauline Cafferkey...

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The first American Ebola patient to be treated at the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha will be returning to Liberia next month, the same place he contracted the dangerous virus. Beginning Jan. 15, the...

He arrived at the Nebraska Medical Center on September 5 after contracting Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) while treating patients in Sierra Leone. Today he was released after the CDC confirmed that two separate...

Just one day after the announcement that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Health Canada authorized Tekmira Pharmaceuticals to provide TKM-Ebola for treatment under expanded access protocols...

Following the receipt, treatment and release of Christian missionary health workers, Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, Emory University Hospital received a third Ebola patient yesterday morning. This...

A fourth Ebola patient is coming to the United States for treatment, and once again, Emory University Hospital will be caring for the patient. According to a Reuters report, the yet unidentified patient...