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The dengue fever epidemic in Vietnam continues to escalate as the Southeast Asian country has seen a whopping 85 percent increase in cases this year compared to the same period in 2014. Local media puts...

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Taiwan health officials say heavy rains and flooding as a result of Typhoon Dujuan will likely cause an increase in dengue activity in the country that has already seen a record dengue season in 2015. Commander...

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A human death from rabies is a tragic but rare thing in the United States and most developed nations. It’s just as tragic but sadly common in parts of the world where some 3 billion people are at risk...

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The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health is today (September 25) investigating a case of puffer fish poisoning affecting a man aged 59 and hence reminds members of the public...

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Thailand For the first nearly nine months of 2015, the Thailand Bureau of Epidemiology puts the dengue fever case count at  76857 cases in 77, or all provinces in the country (morbidity rate was 118.02...

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Taiwan first began formal reporting of dengue fever in 1981 and up till now, 2014 saw the most cases with 15,732. However, on Thursday the Taiwan CDC put the dengue tally at 16,074 making 2015 a record...

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The Philippines are reporting a surge of dengue fever cases from early August to early September, according to new numbers released by Department of Health (DOH)  spokesman Lyndon Lee Suy Wednesday. Suy...

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The dengue fever outbreak in Taiwan has grown by an additional 443 indigenous cases on Sunday, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), bringing the total tally to 13,209. The second meeting...

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This month, some 4,000 Medical Technology students took and passed the rigorous Medical Technologist Licensure Examinations, composed of students of the discipline from universities from all over the...

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The Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recorded a single day record number of dengue fever cases on Friday shooting the country total well past the 12,000 case mark. With 746 cases reported yesterday...