Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County spokeswoman Maggie Hall said they've confirmed a case of the measles in a child who was not vaccinated
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Health Officials Confirm Measles Cases In Sacramento County
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CDC confirms 10 new cases of polio-like illness
Cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) are spiking. Doctors said AFM only affects a few limbs at a time, and kids often recover, but not always.
CDC confirms 10 more cases of polio-like illness
Federal health officials have confirmed 10 new cases of a very rare but serious nervous system condition that causes weakness in the arms or legs, mostly in children.
Florida confirms 10 new Zika cases, most in single day
With 10 new Zika cases confirmed in Florida on Friday, the number of people statewide who have contracted the infectious disease this year rose to 246 cases, including 43 pregnant women.
CDC confirms over 100 new cases of H3N2v influenza this week
CDC reported today that new cases of an H3N2 variant strain of influenza A have been confirmed in four states, resulting from contact with pigs at county fairs.
PACC confirms rabies case involving pets; 13 others remain in quarantine
Multiple cats have died after being infected with the rabies virus and more than a dozen animals remain in quarantine for possible exposure to a rabid skunk several weeks ago,
U.S. Measles Outbreak Continues as CDC Confirms 20 New Cases
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State confirms 10 new cases of West Nile virus
BOSTON (WHDH) - State health officials on Friday confirmed 10 new cases of West Nile virus in Massachusetts, bringing the total number of human cases...
Oakland County confirms measles case: What to do if you were exposed
Michigan health officials confirm that a traveler infected with the measles may have spread the virus March 6-13 while visiting Oakland County.
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20 deaths, 525 active COVID-19 cases in NW Louisiana
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Arizona health officials confirm measles case at Eloy detention center, total cases at 20
The Arizona Department of Health Services confirmed another case of measles on Monday bringing the statewide total to 20.
Brazil confirms more yellow fever cases; over 100 infected
Authorities in Brazil's Sao Paulo state say three more people have died from yellow fever, adding to an outbreak that has seen more than 100 cases.
CDC confirms 10 new cases of mysterious polio-like condition
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday it has confirmed 10 more cases of an extremely rare, polio-like condition, across 24 states. The CDC had earlier this month confi…
Danish top court confirms Uber fines, 1,500 cases more ahead
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) - Denmark's top court has confirmed that four drivers should be fined for working for Uber in the Scandinavian country, paving the way for some 1,500 other Uber drivers to be prosecuted for illegally operating taxis The Supreme Court confirmed Friday lower courts' rulings fining the men, who were not named. The lowest fine of 40,000 kroner ($6,223) was slapped on the driver…
Medical Malpractice in New York: What if Medical Expert DOESN'T Confirm You Have a Valid Case?
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