The Cub Reporter

Measles Outbreak


Justin Y., Reporter

March 6, 2019

Many cases of measles have been reported throughout the world. Measles is an infectious disease that causes fever or rash on the skin. Due to the large amount of people infected with measles spread across many countries, the demands for vaccines are rising very fast. In some locations, there are only ...

E. Coli Outbreak

The E. Coli bacteria

Esther W., Reporter

May 24, 2018

“It is the largest American E. coli flare-up since 2006, when tainted spinach sickened 199 people across 26 states”, says the New York Times. For over a month, cases of E. Coli illnesses linked to romaine lettuce have been reported in over 20 states. E. Coli may sound familiar from 2016, when Chipotle’s r...

The Flu Outbreak

Flu vaccine

Jewlyssa M., Reporter

February 21, 2018

This year, the flu season has been at its worst. This strain of influenza is especially strong and many aren’t taking the needed precautions such as getting the flu shot. The flu shot has been a debatable topic because most think it either doesn’t help or infects people with the flu. It has not been t...

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