Utah public health officials say a hepatitis A outbreak that spanned nearly two years, infected 281 people, and killed three has ended. Bree Barbeau, epidemiologist with the Utah Department of Health...

Clark County health officials reported an additional six confirmed measles cases Saturday, bringing the outbreak total to 59 since the beginning of the year. One suspected case is still under investigation. Three...

Kentucky health officials reported Friday on a confirmed measles case in an unvaccinated child living in the region served by the Barren River District Health Department. The child recently traveled...

For the first time in nearly a year, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated the travel advisory for Nigeria due to the Lassa fever outbreak. The Nigeria Center for Disease Control...

During 2013–2017, the national annual rate of reported primary and secondary (P&S) syphilis cases in the United States increased 72.7%, from 5.5 to 9.5 cases per 100,000 population. The highest rates...

Just a week or so after a norovirus outbreak sickened 38 passengers on the Viking Ocean Cruises vessel, Viking Sea, federal health officials are reporting a cruise ship outbreak onboard the Feb, 7-14 voyage...

By:  Jory Lange Since the CDC’s last update in late December, 63 more people have been infected with Salmonella Reading.  107 people have been hospitalized.  1 person from California has died. The...

Florida is one of some sixteen states that have declared a hepatitis A outbreak in recent years and since Jan. 2018, state health officials have reported some 736 outbreak cases. In December, Florida state...

Health officials in San Luis Obispo County announced yesterday they are investigating a suspected bacterial meningitis death. A student living in San Luis Obispo and attending Cuesta College has died...

Hawai‘i state health officials reported the first angiostrongyliasis, or rat lungworm disease case of 2019 in an adult resident from East Hawai‘i. The individual became ill in January and was hospitalized...