Robert Herriman

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September 14, 2013: Naegleria fowleri and amoeba awareness LISTEN to the podcast here Today’s Guests: Jeremy Lewis, father of Kyle Lewis and co-founder of the Kyle Gracin Lewis Amoeba Awareness Foundation Heidi...

August 31, 2013: River blindness, Lyme disease LISTEN to the podcasts HERE and HERE Today’s Guests: Donald R. Hopkins, M.D., M.P.H., Vice-President of Health Programs at the Carter Center Katrina Starzhynskaya,...

Aug. 24, 2013: Dengue fever in Florida LISTEN to the podcast HERE  Today’s Guest: Bob Washam, Director of Environmental Health for the Florida Department of Health in Martin County The Outbreak...

Aug. 17, 2013: Haiti Cholera Outbreak And Link To UN Peacekeepers LISTEN to the podcast HERE  Today’s Guest: Rosalyn Chan M.D., Global Health and Justice Partnership at the Yale School of Public...

Aug. 10, 2013: Proposed H7N9 ‘Gain Of Function’ Experiments LISTEN to the podcast HERE  Today’s Guest: Vincent Racaniello Ph.D., Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Columbia University The...

July 27, 2013: Parasitic meningitis and Naegleria fowleri LISTEN to the podcast HERE  Today’s Guest: Dr. Jennifer Cope, Medical Epidemiologist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

July 20, 2013: Cyclospora LISTEN to the podcast HERE  Today’s Guest: Dr. Patricia Quinlisk,  Medical Director and State Epidemiologist,  Iowa Dept. of Public Health (IDPH) The Outbreak News...

July 13, 2013: Maine Lyme disease law LISTEN to the podcast HERE  Today’s Guest: Constance “Happy” Dickey, RN, President of MaineLyme.org. The Outbreak News This Week Radio Show aired from...

July 6, 2013: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) LISTEN to the podcast here Today’s Guest: Vincent Racaniello Ph.D., Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Columbia University The...

The raw seafood used in foods such as sushi and sashimi may contain parasitic worms that can cause relatively mild to severe infections in humans. Anisakis simplex is the most likely offender when it comes...