The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) gave an update on the hepatitis A outbreak in the northeastern part of the state recently and we see since February 2018, 36 cases of Hep A have been reported as...

Following reports from New Jersey last year and Virginia and West Virginia more recently, The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced this week that researchers have confirmed the presence of the Longhorned...

The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) is warning of a possible Hepatitis A (Hep A) exposure after an employee of the Doublebee’s gas station in Walnut Ridge, Ark., located at 1003 Hwy 63, tested positive...

The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) reported Friday on a confirmed travel-related case of measles in Little Rock at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). ADH is urging anyone who...

People who consumed raw milk or raw milk products from one Texas dairy should contact their health care provider immediately, warn health investigators from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

Officials with the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) report receiving approximately 30 reports of people ill with a possible foodborne illness since Friday. To date, we have four confirmed cases of...

Arkansas has identified its first case of Heartland virus, a relatively new tickborne disease, in an individual living in the northwest part of the state. People become infected with Heartland virus through...

The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) is continuing to see cases in Northeast Arkansas of Shigellosis, an infectious disease that commonly causes diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps. Shigellosis is caused...

The Arkansas Department of Health recently determined that two cases of tickborne disease met the surveillance definition for Lyme disease. A case in Arkansas has not met the Centers for Disease Control...

It may be a new year, but the mumps outbreak that began in Arkansas last summer continues to grow as state health officials put the tally at 2,416 cases under investigation as of Jan. 3. Just a few short...