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Friday, October 20, 2017

Nevada woman dies of a superbug resistant to every available antibiotic...

“Public health officials from Nevada are reporting on a case of a woman who died in Reno in September from an incurable infection. Testing...

Syria accuses Israel of attack-Russia:US threat to security-China warns Trump of...

In this broadcast you will hear the following: -Syria accuses Israel of an attack on their military base and has filed a complaint with the...

Bird flu outbreak MAPPED: Avian influenza spreads across Europe – could...

British farmers have been told to keep their poultry inside to protect them from a strain of avian flu circulating in mainland Europe. The Government’s...

Milwaukie, Oregon issues boil water notice after E. coli found

The city of Milwaukie issued a boil water notice for all water customers on Thursday after samples tested positive for E. coli and total...

Could red squirrels bring back LEPROSY? Medieval strain of the disease...

Red squirrels in the UK carry strains of leprosy similar to those that have afflicted disability and disfigurement on humans for centuries, a study...

Cases seen of possibly fatal fungal infection in US, Israel

A serious and potentially fatal fungal infection has been observed in at least 13 people in hospitals and nursing homes in the United States since...

Outbreak? 8 children in Seattle hospitalized for rare nervous system disorder

Federal and state health officials are looking into what could be a cluster of a very rare disorder of the nervous system after multiple...

HIV ‘epidemic’: Official says nearly every 50th resident of Russian Urals...

Almost every 50th citizen in the city of Ekaterinburg in Russia’s Ural region has been infected with the HIV virus, a health official said,...

Mysterious illness suddenly paralyses hundreds of US children and doctors don’t...

A mysterious illness paralysing suddenly hundreds of children across the US continues to alarm and puzzle scientists. Children have shown up at hospitals unable to...

Yemen’s Suspected Cholera Cases Soar To 1,410 Within Weeks, WHO Says

The number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen has ballooned to 1,410 within three weeks of the outbreak being declared, the World Health Organization...