Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Measles Cases Confirmed in Georgia Following Northwest Outbreak

The Georgia Department of Public Health (GPH) has confirmed three cases of measles in the metro Atlanta area. Two were identified on January 13 and one on January 26. All three cases were for individuals who were members of the same family and were not vaccinated, according to GPH.

A medical worker holds a measles-rubella (MR) vaccine at a health station in Banda Aceh in Aceh province on September 19, 2018.

Hispanic Babies Aborted in U.S. Outnumber Caravan Migrants 7 to 1

According to the New York Times, the number of migrants in the caravan “could reach more than 10,000,” officials estimate, revealing the number of Hispanic babies aborted in the United States to have outnumbered the estimated number of migrants by about seven to one.

Pregnant Woman in Honduras

Revealed: Top 10 Leading Causes of Death in USA

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that the top 10 leading of causes of death in the USA as heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory diseases, accidents (unintentional injuries), stroke (cerebrovascular diseases), alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, influenza and pneumonia, nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis, intentional self-harm (suicide).

More than 3,500 visitors flocked to a recent one-day expo at Amsterdam's historic central Westerkerk church for a peek at new funeral gadgets

TB Cluster Triggers Mass Testing at Texas High School

Texas officials hope to contain the spread of tuberculosis (TB) and avoid a serious health threat by conducting a second round of mass testing at a Houston-area high school where, in recent weeks, the number of people that tested positive for the infection jumped from four to six and now, 10.

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