Cyclospora outbreak investigations are notorious for being very difficult to pinpoint the vehicle and/or the source. I remember talking to Iowa Dept. of Public Health (IDPH) Medical Director and State...

The outbreaks of the parasitic infection, Cyclospora, in the United States and Canada continue to increase in cases while investigations continue to come up empty concerning a source or a vehicle for...

Vibrio A person from Santa Rosa County is the 3rd and latest Vibrio vulnificus fatality reported in Florida year-to-date. Previous deaths due to Vibrio were reported in Orange and Brevard Counties. State...

Nationally, 347 Cyclospora infections have been reported in individuals without a history of international travel in the United States since May 1, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

The following is an update on the cyclosporiasis situations in the United States and Canada: In the US, CDC has been notified of 570 laboratory-confirmed cases of cyclosporiasis in persons who became...

Cyclosporiasis is a treatable intestinal disease caused by the protozoan Cyclospora. It is transmitted through contaminated food, water or beverages and has an average incubation period of 7 days after...

On the Aug. 6 show, the main topics discussed were about the parasite, Cyclospora and a look at vaccines and some of the falsehoods concerning this life-saving science. In the first half, Parasitologist...

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reporting a significant increase in cases of cyclosporiasis this summer across the country as compared to the same period last year. According...

The number of cyclosporiasis cases reported in Texas this year-to-date has eclipsed the total cases reported in 2016, according Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) data Aug. 1. To date,...

Just in the past week, I reported on cyclospora outbreaks in Ontario, Canada and Texas and an increase in cases in New York City on this website. Parasitologist and author of the book, Parasites: Tales...