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Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday that its office in Japan has lodged a protest with the Japanese government and demanded a correction to a website that listed Taiwan as an area with the avian influenza A (H7N9) virus.
The Tainan City Department of Health yesterday announced that a case of hemorrhagic dengue fever had broken out. The patient, a 62-year-old woman residing in Tainan's Northern District, has since been released from the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery, city health department officials said.
Saudi health authorities announced on Sunday a new death caused by MERS, bringing to 53 the number of fatalities in the kingdom by the coronavirus.
Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on Wednesday urged people traveling to China to stay alert, following the discovery there of two new human cases of the H7N9 bird flu.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has turned to pet owners for help in an ongoing investigation into jerky products, most made in China, that have killed nearly 600 dogs and cats.
A moviegoer surnamed Wang reportedly was bitten by a mouse while he was watching a movie last Friday at the Cinemark movie theater in Taipei; he later went to Mackay Memorial Hospital and received a rabies vaccination.
Factory worker Mohammad Awwal is gripped by fever, sweats and the sort of agonizing aches that mean his condition is sometimes called “breakbone disease.” It's an annual plague in India and a hidden epidemic, say experts.
CDC warns of herpes after freak macaque attack
The 10 tourists wounded by wild macaques could be at risk of rabies and herpes B infections if they do not receive vaccinations, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said yesterday.
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Myanmar on Tuesday received four state-of-the-art machines to detect drug-resistant tuberculosis, one of its major health problems.
An “artificial nose” capable of detecting the odor from germs that lead to blood poisoning could help save many lives and reduce medical costs, a conference heard on Sunday.
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