Germany’s Robert Koch Institut has reported (computer translated) their third imported Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) since 2012 in a German resident who traveled to Abu...

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In a follow-up to report 10 days ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) reports that between 1 January 2014 and 1 March 2015, WHO received notification of over 23,000 cases of measles in the WHO European...

Sweden has reported their first case of measles that is linked to the large European outbreak, which includes an outbreak in Germany, according to Swedish media. The report states the patient, who was...

Health officials have recently reported a cluster of acute fatal encephalitis in three squirrel breeders possibly related to an infection with a newly identified bornavirus is an unusual event. All infected...

With more than 22,000 measles cases reported from seven European countries in the past 14 months, the World Health Organization (WHO) has called on policy-makers, health care workers and parents immediately...

An 18-month-old Berlin toddler has become the first measles fatality in the German capital, according to an AFP report. Since October, Berlin has reported 570 measles cases. Today, Federal Health Minister...

The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH), or Folkhelseinstitutet (computer translated) has reported an additional two wound botulism cases linked to contaminated heroin, bringing the total in...

In a report in the Azer News yesterday, Azerbaijan health officials say they saw six cases of food botulism last month, which killed one individual. The food borne outbreak has been linked to homemade...

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Two countries, Norway and Scotland have been seeing a significant number of wound botulism cases beginning in December prompting European health officials to release a rapid risk assessment Monday. The...

Public Health England is reporting a rise in cases of scarlet fever this year seeing nearly 1,300 cases during the first month and a half of 2015. This is nearly double the number of cases reported during...