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The dengue fever outbreak in Japan that has sickened dozens prompted The US Embassy in Tokyo to put out the following advisory today: The U.S. Embassy in Tokyo alerts U.S. citizens to the recent outbreak...

Just one day after the Tokyo metropolitan government shut down portions of Yoyogi Park due the dengue infected mosquitoes, health authorities now say at least one case is not linked to the popular park. A...

A conjunctivitis, or “pink eye” outbreak in the Thailand northeastern province of Bueng Kan has prompted health authorities to take measures against the communicable disease. According to...

After mosquitoes from Yoyogi Park tested positive for dengue fever, Tokyo government officials decided to close major portions of the park that has been linked to the first indigenous dengue fever cases...

An individual from Guinea who went to seek medical care after arriving in Thailand is the country’s first suspect Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) case. The Phuket News reports that the patient, a Guinean, arrived...

A Filipino nurse, who was working in Saudi Arabia, has tested positive for the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) upon return to the Philippines, Health Secretary Enrique T. Ona said...

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The Hong Kong Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) today (September 3) received notification from the National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) of two cases...

The Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) has revealed that two of their talents have contracted dengue fever. 25-year-old Aoki Eri and 20-year-old Saaya reportedly contracted the mosquito borne virus appearing...

After a period of some 70 years, local transmission of dengue fever has returned to Japan. In a follow-up to a report yesterday, Japanese health officials are reporting an additional 12 indigenous cases...

Less than a week since Japan reported their first locally acquired dengue fever case since 1945, the health ministry is now reporting that the case count is now up to 22, according to an AFP report today. Nineteen...