Measles Cases Continue To Climb In The US, Topping 800 So FarThis year's count of measles cases has already surpassed 800... and it's only May.
Despite Measles Outbreak, Texas Child Vaccine Exemptions Continue To RiseThe number of people in Texas who chose to not immunize their children for non-medical reasons has jumped despite a record-breaking measles outbreak.
US Measles Cases Hit Highest Mark In 25 YearsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 695 cases had been reported in 22 states this year as of Wednesday afternoon.
NYC Orders Mandatory Vaccines For Some Amid Measles OutbreakNew York City declared a public health emergency Tuesday over a measles outbreak and ordered mandatory vaccinations in one neighborhood for people who may have been exposed to the virus.
Social Media Battling Outbreak Of Vaxx, Anti-Vaxx MisinformationLike health officials facing measles outbreaks, internet companies are trying to contain vaccine-related misinformation.
Health Officials: 2019 U.S. Measles Count More Than Total Cases Last YearU.S. health officials report that the number of measles cases through the first three months of this year have surpassed the count for all of 2018.
Nearly 50 Texas Capitol Employees Vaccinated After Page Diagnosed With Whooping CoughTexas health officials have been offering the vaccinations since Monday, three days after lawmakers were notified that a page had come down with the highly infectious disease.
Collin County Resident Diagnosed With Measles, Brings Texas Total To 11 In 2019The Collin County Health Department said an adult who recently traveled internationally has the virus.
4 Children Among 5 Confirmed Cases Of Measles In TexasIn just the last 48 hours health officials say five cases of measles have been confirmed in southern Texas.
Measles At Plano West Keeping Unvaccinated Students At HomeStephen Yoss found out as a toddler he was allergic to the measles vaccine.
Study: Tarrant And Collin County 'Hot Spots' For Potential Disease OutbreaksA new study looking at vaccination exemptions for children named both Tarrant and Collin Counties as “hot spots."