In a very rare occurrence, New York City health officials have reported a cluster of the bacterial infection, leptospirosis, that has affected three people within a one block section of the Concourse area...

In a follow-up on the mumps situation at Marquette University in Milwaukee, The City of Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) has received one additional report of a confirmed case of mumps infection in a...

Pride & Joy Creamery of Toppenish, WA is recalling organic retail raw fluid milk because it may be contaminated with Escherichia coli bacteria (E. coli) that can cause serious illness. Shiga toxin-producing...

Penn State University Health Services (UHS) is reporting that two cases of mumps have been confirmed on the University Park campus. The students were isolated in accordance with Centers for Disease Control...

Influenza vaccine is still available across Ohio as flu-like illness continues to increase and the number-of associated hospitalizations remain high. During week five of this year’s flu season, there...

With 191 confirmed and probable mumps cases, Spokane County is now reporting the most mumps in Washington state. The state has seen at least 438 cases as the outbreak continues it’s climb. In Spokane...

In a follow-up on the Seoul virus outbreak in the US, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported an additional human Seoul virus case in Indiana, bringing the multistate outbreak total...

San Diego County officials announced this week the first detection of West Nile virus of the year in a dead red-tailed hawk found in Valley Center. This prompted officials to remind the public they should...

In a follow-up on the mumps situation at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Student Health reports two additional confirmed cases of mumps have been identified in Marquette University students...

For the first time in six years, Salt Lake County health officials are reporting a confirmed measles case in a child that contracted the viral disease traveling abroad. This has prompted health officials...