The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued health tips to help keep travellers safe and well during their time away.
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There have already been 33,000 confirmed flu cases since the beginning of the year, which suggests that this year’s season will be worse than that of 2018.
A landmark pilot vaccination programme has been launched in Malawi, Africa.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is set to launch its annual hand hygiene campaign to increase global importance of hand washing for healthcare workers.
On World Malaria Day Healix International has highlighted the importance of employers taking preventative measures for employees travelling to high-risk zones.
New research has found that there has been an uptick in vaccine preventable diseases in Venezuela.
Metabiota has launched a new tracker that can monitor infectious disease threats on a global scale.
A public health emergency has been declared in New York in the US due to a growing outbreak of measles.
The latest External Situation Report from the World Health Organization states that the continuing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is ‘of particular concern’.
In its latest travellers’ health update, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned that travellers to parts of the Caribbean, Central and South America Western Pacific Islands, Australia, Southeast Asia and Africa are at risk of contracting dengue.