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A healthcare worker is under observation as the DRC reports 5 new Ebola cases.
Students have more than triple the risk of contracting serogroup B meningococcal disease.
Insufficient clean water and poor sanitation raise the risk of acquiring XDR typhoid in Pakistan.
The DRC health ministry says protest-related disruptions carried over to a second day.
The 2009 H1N1 strain is dominant, except in the Southeast, where H3N2 is more common.
Eleven suspected patients who fled during vandalism voluntarily returned.
Genetic analysis suggested the isolates were unique to the NIH Clinical Center.
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