Measles cases have been popping up around California in an outbreak linked to visits to Disney theme parks during the winter holiday.
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Nineteen people from three states who visited Disney theme parks in California last month have now fallen ill with measles.
In the midst of a worrisome flu season, health officials are pushing doctors to prescribe antiviral medicines more often.
The Oklahoma City-County Health Department reported Thursday that the child is 4-years-old or younger.
Eleven Kansas hospitals are among hundreds nationwide that have been penalized for having high rates of infections.
Barton County has one confirmed case of whooping cough and, other people are being tested.