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The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) launched their HIV Treatment Works campaign Wednesday- a new effort to encourage HIV positive individuals across the City to seek treatment and to build the...

After the confirmation of the sixth case of meningococcal disease in a University of Oregon student this year, a press conference was held in which Dr. Paul Cieslak, Medical Director for the Acute and...

A six-month old Dillsburg-area, PA baby, who was bitten by a rat that was to be fed to the family’s pet snakes in late December and died on New Year’s Day, was determined to have contracted...

The Westchester County Department of Health reported Wednesday that a Aramark cafeteria employee working at Hommocks Middle School in Larchmont was diagnosed with hepatitis A, according to the Mamaroneck...

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In a follow-up to an earlier report of an investigation into an additional University of Oregon student contracting meningococcal meningitis, Oregon health officials now confirm a sixth case of the potentially...

Following reports of leprosy in Volusia County, Florida last month, an Alabama physician says one of his patients is the first known case of the bacterial disease in north Alabama, according to a AL.com...

In what is the largest meningococcal meningitis outbreak on a US college campus since Princeton University recorded 8 cases in 2013, Oregon health officials are investigating a sixth possible case of the...

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Health officials in Kansas and Johnson County report that 8 percent (27) of the 300 students and staff tested for tuberculosis (TB) at Olathe Northwest High School. “The number of individuals...

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Quidel Corporation, a provider of rapid diagnostic testing solutions, cellular-based virology assays and molecular diagnostic systems, announced Tuesday that it has received clearance from the United...

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At least five Souderton Area High School Students have been confirmed positive for pertussis, or whooping cough, prompting  Montgomery County health officials to classify the situation as an outbreak...