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KEY LARGO, Fla. -- An 11th case of the mosquito-borned dengue fever has been confirmed in the Florida Keys, health officials said.

FOX6 Milwaukee Jul 9 2020 - 06:45

Sign up for one of our many newsletters to be the first to know when big news breaks The disease is transmitted through the bite of the female Aede

Raleigh News & Observer Jul 8 2020 - 04:08

Forget the coronavirus, say hello to dengue fever.

New York Post Jul 8 2020 - 00:03

Phone calls have been pouring in to the Kern Mosquito and Vector Control District at 10 times the rate of last year.

The Bakersfield Californian Jul 7 2020 - 17:30

Brazil may be struggling in its battle against the coronavirus, but it is on the cutting edge of vaccine development with large-scale trials and th

International Business Times Jul 7 2020 - 10:05

The Global Hemorrhagic Fever Vaccine Market Perspective Comprehensive Analysis along with Major Segments and Forecast 2020 2026 The report provides

openpr.com Jul 7 2020 - 00:32

Lately I have found I need to force myself to follow science stories about something besides the pandemic.

The Journal Gazette Jul 6 2020 - 22:00

Mosquitoes are nasty creatures.

Indiana Gazette Jul 6 2020 - 06:50

Yellow fever (YF) virus is a mosquito-borne flavivirus found in Sub-Saharan Africa and tropical South America.

Nature Jul 6 2020 - 02:11

Mosquitoes are nasty creatures.

Star Democrat Jul 6 2020 - 00:30

The Merced County Mosquito Abatement District says the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes were found in the Le Grand area.

ABC30 Action News on MSN.com Jul 4 2020 - 20:43

Risk of viruses jumping from animals to humans increases as deforestation brings people closer to natural habitats

Salon Jul 4 2020 - 17:10

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Austin American-Statesman Jul 3 2020 - 17:07

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YAHOO! Jul 3 2020 - 01:28

As much as guns and gadgets, pathogens have written history in the Americas.

YAHOO! Jul 2 2020 - 17:04

A century ago, the country beat a devastating yellow fever outbreak. But today the Bolsonaro government rejects scientific expertise.

NACLA Jul 2 2020 - 06:14

America's first epidemic struck Philadelphia and overwhelmed the young government. A group of free black people helped save the city.

Time Jul 2 2020 - 04:05

Climate change and deforestation in Brazil help mosquitoes spread viruses to humans and endangered species of monkeys.

Good Men Project Jun 30 2020 - 19:40

A genetically modified male mosquito named OX5034 has received both state and federal approval to be released into the Florida Keys now through 202

FOX8 Cleveland Jun 30 2020 - 05:37

Contrary to hopes for a tidy conclusion to the COVID-19 pandemic, history shows that outbreaks of infectious disease often have much murkier outcom

Boston Review Jun 30 2020 - 04:37

Bauchi State Government on Monday commissioned Molecular Laboratory, equipped by the North East Development Commission (NEDC) under the supervision

Daily Trust Jun 29 2020 - 10:41

The global body temperature monitoring market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.81% to reach US$3,192.3 million by 2025, from US$2,275.1 million

Business Wire Jun 29 2020 - 05:55

Yellow flags marked homes that hosted infection.

Washington Post Jun 28 2020 - 04:47

Survival from the yellow fever was a certificate of greater life expectancy.

YAHOO! Jun 27 2020 - 21:26

A Lamu family is seeking financial assistance to pay for the treatment of their eight-year-old daughter.

The Star Jun 27 2020 - 07:38

For the first time in nearly four decades, a new biography has appeared of famed Apalachicola inventor Dr.

Apalachicola Times Jun 26 2020 - 18:16

Dengue fever, yellow fever, mumps … the list goes on and on. And it’s not just in developing nations, either.

YAHOO! Jun 26 2020 - 17:15

Waves have taken pride of place in the COVID-19 crisis, serving not just to predict but also to persuade.

Boston Review Jun 26 2020 - 06:20

In a graduate seminar taught by Stanford medical anthropologist S.

Stanford News Jun 25 2020 - 11:44

For generations, deadly epidemics were a regular occurrence in America. The disease feared perhaps more than any other was yellow fever.

RealClearPolitics Jun 23 2020 - 02:43

At least 153 people have been affected by dengue fever outbreak in Mombasa, acting county health executive Binti Omara has said.

Daily Nation Jun 22 2020 - 04:44

How will COVID-19 end? Decisively, with a vaccine, or slowly, with herd immunity?

NOLA.com Jun 21 2020 - 18:00

A genetically modified male mosquito named OX5034 has received both state and federal approval to be released into the Florida Keys now through 202

East Idaho News Jun 19 2020 - 17:14

An international biotech company is one step closer to being able to release genetically-modified mosquitoes in the Florida Keys.

Miami Herald Jun 19 2020 - 12:55

An international biotech company is one step closer to being able to release genetically modified mosquitoes in the Florida Keys.

Miami Herald Jun 19 2020 - 12:55

Without these programs, mosquito-borne diseases like West Nile and dengue fever may spread further this summer.

Slate Jun 19 2020 - 08:00

Upon the forming of Brownsville in 1848 there was a huge Yellow Fever plague. It claimed one third of all the inhabitants of the area.

KGBT Action 4 News Jun 19 2020 - 06:37

Thousands of volunteers from around the world are willing to be exposed to live COVID-19 virus to test whether vaccines might work.

Fred Hutch Jun 18 2020 - 18:17

A genetically modified mosquito has received both state and federal approval to be released into the Florida Keys, against the objection of many lo

CNN on MSN.com Jun 18 2020 - 10:20

Biotech firm Oxitec has won federal and state approval to release its genetically modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes into the Florida Keys as a way

Sun Sentinel Jun 18 2020 - 09:26

WHO received information regarding a confirmed case of yellow fever in Magandi village, Tchibanga city in Nyanga Province of southern Gabon, 590 km

World Health Organization Jun 17 2020 - 13:57

Congress fled Philadelphia, cooling partisan fever over neutrality in France-Great Britain war, writes historian James Roger Sharp.

syracuse.com Jun 17 2020 - 06:48

A few species of mosquitoes are nothing but carriers of disease, so pesticides were used to wipe them out in much of North America.

Science 2.0 Jun 16 2020 - 14:32

A few species of mosquitoes are nothing but carriers of disease, so pesticides were used to wipe them out in much of North America.

Science 2.0 Jun 16 2020 - 11:45

WASHINGTON (AP) — Biologist Carlos Ruiz has spent a quarter-century working to save golden lion tamarins, the charismatic long-maned monkeys native

yourerie.com Jun 15 2020 - 10:22

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NOLA.com Jun 15 2020 - 05:00

Some Beaufort County gated communities use the word “plantation” publicly on their signage or hidden in their legal names.

The Island Packet Jun 13 2020 - 03:00

The Asian tiger mosquito -- which can spread diseases such as chikungunya or dengue fever -- has become more common across Illinois in recent decad

U.S. News & World Report Jun 12 2020 - 11:47

Five years ago, in an office complex with a giant sculpture of a mosquito just northwest of Phnom Penh, Jessica Manning struck on a novel idea.

New York Post Jun 11 2020 - 23:58

A new study published in Biocontrol Science and Technology suggests that beneficial nematodes could form a novel approach to halting the spread of

PCT Online Jun 11 2020 - 13:55