Burundi is continuing to experience a ‘very high incidence’ of malaria cases across Burundi.
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Scientists are hopeful that they have found two drugs that show promise in treating Ebola.
The CDC has issued a level one travel health notice for chikungunya fever and a level two notice for Zika for people travelling to Myanmar.
An outbreak of yellow fever in Abidjan, Africa, has infected 89 people and caused one death.
Holidays that involve water slides and diving into shallow water could be life changing in more ways than one, a spinal surgeon has warned.
The US Food and Drug Administration has cleared for marketing four previously cleared tests with new indications to aid in the diagnosis of Lyme disease.
In Honduras, hospitals are overflowing due to a dengue fever epidemic that health authorities have said is the worst in the past 50 years.
The World Health Organization has praised Rwanda’s Ebola preparedness efforts.
New research has warned that patients cured of visceral leishmaniasis can continue to infect others for years after successful treatment, which is hampering efforts to eliminate the disease.
An insurance company has teamed up with a cancer association to help spread awareness in battling one of the biggest health threats facing sun-seeking beach tourists