This Viewpoint discusses how prepared the United States is to handle a Zika virus outbreak and highlights areas of concern in the current health system.
This evidence review summarizes published reports of measles and pertussis outbreaks to characterize associations with vaccine delay, vaccine refusal, and waning immunity.
This case series describes the clinical characteristics and natural course of patients with acute flaccid paralysis reported to the California Department of Public Health between June 2012 and July 2015, and compares case incidence during a US enterovirus D68 outbreak with other monitoring periods.
This Viewpoint discusses how a recent measles outbreak may lead to tightening of US school immunization laws and describes the recent passage of such a law in California as an example other states might follow.
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of a well-trained and well-prepared health workforce in controlling outbreaks such as Middle East respiratory syndrome.
This Viewpoint examines federal and state syringe access policies in light of a recent HIV outbreak among injection drug users.
This Viewpoint discusses whether parental objections to mandatory childhood vaccinations justify decisions that place the community at risk.
This Viewpoint discusses the emotional and psychological effect Ebola virus disease has on individuals, communities, and countries that have struggled with outbreaks.
This Viewpoint examines the infrastructure and quality of health systems in West Africa against the backdrop of the Ebola outbreak.