Measles outbreaks in Japan and Taiwan have put thousands of people in quarantine and delayed travel plans.
Global travel health news and disease outbreak coverage.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) believes romaine lettuce could be the source of an Escherichia Coli outbreak.
A partnership between a taxonomy expert at Lincoln University in the US and two US senior food safety researchers has led to the development of a new device that could help control disease outbreaks.
Brazil’s Ministry of Health has advised the populations of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Bahia to ensure that they are vaccinated against yellow fever.
An apparent outbreak of a flesh-eating disease is causing concern in Australia.
A new study has tested the safety and efficacy of ivermectin paired with ACTs.
Luanda, Benguela, Uige and Bié have recorded 400,000 of the nation’s year-to-date 720,000 malaria cases.
In the past month, four West Australian residents have returned from holidays in South East Asia infected with measles.
The New Jersey Department of Health in the US has announced that it is in the preliminary stages of investigating eight cases of Escherichia coli in four counties.
Researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno, in the US have discovered clues on how to predict and respond to emerging diseases
Five US healthcare organisations – Humana, Multiplan, Quest Diagnostics and UnitedHealth Group’s Optum and UnitedHealthcare – have announced that they will be working together to launch a blockchain technology-driven pilot programme to improve data quality and reduce administrative costs associat