Florida Hepatitis A Cases Still On The RiseThe number of hepatitis A cases in Florida continues to climb, with 68 new cases reported to state health officials last week.
Florida Hepatitis A Cases Continue Piling UpFlorida had 81 new hepatitis A cases reported last week, as state Surgeon General Scott Rivkees declared a public health emergency because of the virus, newly released numbers show.
Florida Adds 63 Hepatitis A Cases In OutbreakThe state had 63 cases of hepatitis A reported during the last week of May, bringing the total number of infections this year to 1,373.
Floridians, Visitors Urged to Get Vaccinated Against MeaslesThe Florida Department of Health is urging state residents and visitors who have not been immunized to get vaccinated.
The MERS Outbreak: Is The Government Doing Enough?The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.
CDC Investigate Outbreak On Cruise Which Docked In S.Fla.Health officials from the Centers For Disease Control are investigating an outbreak on a cruise ship which docked on Saturday in Fort Lauderdale.
CDC Warns Of African Virus In CaribbeanA debilitating virus first detected in Africa has spread to the Western Hemisphere, specifically the Caribbean island of St. Martin.
Cyclospora Outbreak Has Sickened 24 In FloridaThe cyclospora outbreak stretching across the nation has now sickened 24 people in Florida, according to state health officials.
CDC: West Nile Outbreak Sickens More Than 4,500More than 4,000 people have been infected with the West Nile virus this year, making it the biggest outbreak of the disease since 2003, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
First Death From Meningitis Outbreak Confirmed In FloridaState health officials have confirmed the first death in Florida related to the meningitis outbreak that has affected several U.S. states.
UN: Half-Million Haiti Cholera Cases By Dec.New numbers from the World Health Organization are providing a sobering look at how bad the health conditions in Haiti have become in 2011.
Rabies & Microchip Clinic Reopens At Animal Shelter The rabies and microchip clinic of Miami-Dade’s Animal Shelter is once again open after an outbreak of canine distemper that forced officials to disinfect the shelter and keep a number of animals out.