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12/28/2017 / By David Williams

Most conversations involving drones revolve around the fact that they can be used for surveillance on individuals, and so they

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-12-28-drones-with-built-in-cameras-now-being-used-to-fight-malaria.html

12/25/2017 / By Russel Davis

Connecticut residents living near the state’s rivers and within specific watersheds may want to steer clear of the water sources as a

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-12-25-legionnaires-in-the-water-study-links-proximity-connecticut-watersheds.html

12/19/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Expectant mothers have many things that they should steer clear of if they want to have a smooth pregnancy. According to

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-12-19-is-schizophrenia-a-side-effect-of-infection-new-research.html

12/15/2017 / By News Editors

For many years, the US government and mainstream media have continued to blame the unvaccinated community for the spread of

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-12-15-scientists-prove-people-vaccinated-for-shingles-can-infect-others-with-chicken-pox.html

12/14/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Though it might seem like a rare, foreign disease to many Americans, nearly half of the entire world’s population is

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-12-14-chemicals-causing-malaria-outbreaks-africa-mosquitoes-grow-increasingly-resistant-to-insecticides.html

12/11/2017 / By Russel Davis

A study published in JAMA Internal Medicine has revealed that doctors are dispensing unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions, and that one in five hospitalized

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-12-11-study-finds-adults-are-also-unnecessarily-prescribed-antibiotics.html

12/06/2017 / By Rita Winters

Anthrax is an infection in animals seen in the skin, lungs, and intestines. It is caused by the bacteria called

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-12-06-anthrax-may-wipe-out-chimpanzees-it-is-a-widespread-and-persistent-cause-of-death-for-rainforest-mammals.html

12/04/2017 / By Zoey Sky

According to a study published in 2016, scientists have discovered a bacteria “alarm clock” that can wake dormant Salmonella in

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-12-04-how-relapses-from-illness-happen-researchers-discover-that-some-bacteria-hide-until-the-immune-system-calms-then-attack-again.html

12/03/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

A study that was published in the September issue of the American Journal of Infection Control, the journal of Association

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-12-03-nursing-assistants-found-to-contribute-to-the-spread-of-infections-in-nursing-homes.html

11/30/2017 / By Janine Acero

Bacteria may be some of the simplest forms of organisms, but they have been known to be capable of responding

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-11-30-touch-is-the-most-basic-sense-even-bacteria-use-it-to-navigate-their-environment-and-communicate.html

11/27/2017 / By Russel Davis

A study published in the journal Psychological Science, the flagship publication of the Association for Psychological Science, reveals that mass media coverage and personal

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-11-27-its-all-propaganda-new-research-suggests-media-coverage-about-disease-outbreaks-is-designed-to-control-what-you-think-and-remember-about-the-disease.html

11/27/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Nature may no longer be the primary force impacting evolution. A duo of researchers from the University of Toronto and

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-11-27-scientists-look-at-how-human-activity-has-altered-evolution-in-the-natural-world-the-consequences-of-exploding-populations-of-rats-bedbugs-mosquitoes-in-cities.html

11/22/2017 / By Janine Acero

The most severe outbreak of the avian influenza – commonly known as bird flu – in the U.S. happened in 2015.

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-11-22-strategies-to-protect-your-chickens-from-avian-flu.html

11/17/2017 / By Russel Davis

Uganda is in the middle of a health care crisis as the deadly Marburg virus has once again hit the

http://www.outbreak.news/2017-11-17-new-outbreak-deadly-virus-similar-to-ebola-with-no-treatment-strikes-uganda.html