Robert Herriman

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As many of you know, I’ve been doing a series on the podcast titled Parasites 101. I thought I’d something similar with virology and viruses and I reached out to who I feel is clearly one of the best...

With Halloween about two weeks away, people are getting prepared putting together the most detailed costumes, much different than when I was a kid, I might add. While they are transforming themselves...

In a follow-up on the Vibrio vulnificus situation in Florida in 2017, eight additional cases and two deaths have been reported in the past two weeks. According to Florida Department of Health data, as...

The plague outbreak in Madagascar continues to grow as the countries Health Ministry reported Thursday that 35 Districts were now affected by the plague epidemic. As of Oct 12, 561 reported cases of...

In a follow-up on the Madagascar plague outbreak, the Ministere de la Publique reported an additional 51 news plague cases today, bringing the total cases since August to 500. On Oct. 11, 29 new pneumonic...

In an update on the plague outbreak in Madagascar, the number of cases of the lethal bacterial infection has shot up to 449, an increase in 62 cases since our last report yesterday, according to the Ministere...

To date we’ve covered several different types of parasites on the podcast–protozoa, tapeworms and roundworms.On today’s episode of Parasites 101 on Outbreak News Interviews, we’ll be looking...

The Madagascar Health Ministry (computer translated) reported over the weekend new plague counts for the country and it show the number of cases have risen to 343, including 42 deaths as of Oct. 7. In...

The number of Vibrio vulnificus infections in Florida jumped to 33 cases as of Oct. 2, according to Florida Department of Health data. That’s an increase in 10 cases since our last report on Sept....

The summer of 2017 appears to be “pink eye”, or conjunctivitis season in the Americas with a number of countries in Central and South America and the Caribbean reporting increases of the eye...