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During Sunday’s show I was joined by Dr Marm Kilpatrick, associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at UC Santa Cruz to talk about his recently published study in Nature Communications —Anthropogenic...

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The mumps outbreak in Arkansas is the largest in the nation this year with the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) now investigating 1,872 suspected and lab confirmed cases of mumps, easily the most...

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About five weeks after Hurricane Matthew struck the already devastated country of Haiti in the Caribbean, physician and Haitian Hearts founder, Dr John Carroll came back to the show for an update on the...

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Sunday’s Outbreak News This Week Radio Show interviews focused on Zika virus news and research. In the first half,  David Abramson, PhD, Associate professor at New York University’s College...

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Leopoldo Villegas. MD joined me for an in-depth interview on the crisis in Venezuela on the Sunday, Oct. 30 airing of the Outbreak News This Week Radio Show.  Dr Villegas is a Venezuelan trained physician,...

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On Sunday’s airing of the Outbreak News This Week Radio Show, I was joined by two great guests to discuss two fascinating and timely topics. In the first half, University of Florida Associate...

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In the United States, approximately 5,000 cases of Legionnaires’ disease are reported annually. Legionnaires disease outbreaks have made the news recently in the US as seen in Hopkins, Minnesota,...

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When you look at the footage out of Haiti post-Hurricane Matthew, and the devastation in the country, one can be left heartbroken for this struggling people and wonder when they’ll get a break. The...

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September is Sepsis Awareness Month and for 30 days, Sepsis Alliance and sepsis advocates pull out all the stops to spread the word about what sepsis is, what it does, and how we can make a difference...