The regional health agency Paca and the prefecture of Bouches-du-Rhône confirmed first indigenous cases of dengue in the Bouches-du-Rhône in Aubagne, according to an ARS Provence Alpes Cote d’Azur...

The Dutch Food Safety and Health Authorities issued a warning (computer translated) against the consumption of raw, improperly cooked shellfish (mainly oysters) harvested by individuals in the eastern...

A little over a month after Spanish priest, Miguel Pajares died from Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) after being airlifted to Madrid for treatment, a second priest has died from the lethal virus. Father Manuel...

The Director of the Public Health Agency of Catalonia, Antoni Mateu said three more people died as a result of a second Legionella outbreak in Ripon (Barcelona), a village near Sabadell, according to...

Eye specialists at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London have reported a dramatic increase in cases of Acanthamoeba keratitis, a parasitic, destructive eye disease, prompting them to commence a contact lens...

More than 100 students at St Nicholas Junior School in Dereham were either absent or sent home suffering from a gastrointestinal infection Thursday, according to a EDP24 report Friday. The exact etiology...

The Office of Food Inspection in the European landlocked country of Liechtenstein has issued a public warning after 1300 kg of bad cheese turned up missing, according to an Office of Food Inspection...

At least six German vacationers have contracted the bacterial infection, Vibrio vulnificus, resulting in one fatality and one patient in a coma to date. The State Office of Health and Welfare (LAGuS)...

A few weeks after the first locally acquired dengue fever case was recorded in Var Department in southeast France, a second case has been confirmed in a young man in the southern city of Toulon, according...

UPDATED report 9-26-14: The Netherlands issue shellfish warning following Belgium polio incident On Tuesday, September 2, 2014, following a human error, 45 litres of concentrated live polio virus solution...