In a follow-up on the mumps situation in North Carolina, officials with the M.S. Shook Student Health Service at Appalachian State University report an additional confirmed case of mumps in a student,...

Kansas State University officials reported that as of Friday, there has been 15 cases of mumps during the spring 2017 semester. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is using the term...

The McLean County Health Department has confirmed a mumps outbreak at Illinois State University as of Tuesday, March 28, 2017. A mumps outbreak, as defined by the Illinois Department of Public Health,...

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Butler University has confirmed nine cases of mumps among our student population. The first cases were identified on Thursday, February 11, and confirmed Friday, February 12, by the Marion County Public...

American University American University officials say they have been notified of an additional case of mumps by the DC Health Department (DC DOH), bringing the total to seven. The new suspected case is...

Officials with Dalhousie University report being notified by Nova Scotia health officials of  two confirmed cases of mumps at Dalhousie University, as well as other suspect and confirmed cases in the...

American University in Washington, DC is reporting that local health officials notified them of five suspected mumps cases, prompting a health alert on campus. According to officials, all affected students...

The Onondaga County Health Department had previously not recommended a third measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) booster vaccination for the Syracuse University (SU) community, but things have changed. Health...

Hawaii state health officials have reported 500 mumps cases, including a dozen complications (e.g., orchitis, hearing loss) in 2017 prompting recommendations for an additional “outbreak MMR dose”...

Onondaga County (NY) health officials have reported two cases of mumps in the past month. Both cases are students at Syracuse University. According to County Health Commissioner,  Dr. Indu Gupta, “It...