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In a follow-up to an earlier report, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHS Lanarkshire, Police Scotland and Health Protection Scotland are investigating two new probable cases of Botulism in people who inject...

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Pauline Cafferkey, the Scottish nurse who was admitted to the Royal Free Hospital with Ebola in December 2014, has been discharged today. Ms Cafferkey has made a complete recovery and is now free of the...

Just a day after NHS Lanarkshire, Scotland reported a ten-fold increase in mumps thus far in 2015, the University of Glasgow reports seeing cases in an unspecified number of students. According to a...

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Health authorities in Lanarkshire, Scotland are advising the young adult public (20-35 years) to get vaccinated with the Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine in light of a surge of mumps reported...

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NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHS Ayrshire & Arran, Police Scotland and Health Protection Scotland are investigating three new probable cases of Botulism in drug injecting heroin users. Two of the...

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The NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s Public Health Protection Unit, Police Scotland and Health Protection Scotland are investigating two probable cases of Botulism in drug injecting heroin users....

The first person to be diagnosed in the United Kingdom with Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) has been transferred from a Glasgow hospital to a London hospital for treatment, according to Health Protection Scotland...

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A confirmed case of Ebola has been diagnosed in Glasgow, Scotland. NHS Scotland infectious diseases procedures have now been put into effect and the patient has been isolated and is receiving treatment...

An outbreak of the gastrointestinal bug, norovirus, that has affected scores of students has caused the immediate closure of an Edinburgh, Scotland primary school until next Monday, according to school...

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NEWS RELEASE A strain of drug-resistant bacteria carried by some livestock – the MRSA strain Staphylococcus aureus CC398 – has also been found in patients, University of Edinburgh researchers...