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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

Perhaps New Orleanians 150 years ago pondered similar questions about the dreaded pestilence of their era, yellow fever.

NOLA.com Jun 21 2020 - 20:16

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

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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

The coronavirus pandemic is hampering the ability of scientists to protect threatened species and habitats, from South American rainforests to Afri

Fox 5 NY Jun 11 2020 - 12:06

“It is called a yellow fever, but is like nothing known or read of by the Physicians,” wrote Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson in September 1793.

History Jun 11 2020 - 09:20

Contact tracing has been remarkably successful at helping contain the COVID-19 pandemic in South Korea, Australia and Germany, as well as some smal

InterAksyon Jun 11 2020 - 03:23

The deadly coronavirus infecting millions of people around the planet may turn out to mark the onset of an age in which a natural world under siege

Courthouse News Service Jun 10 2020 - 06:06

Jim BeckermanNorthJersey.comLife, right now, is no picnic."Picnic," being the shorthand — popularized ages ago — for

New Jersey Herald Jun 9 2020 - 08:40

Global “Yellow Fever Market” research report is segmented for proper understanding. The report provides a detailed study

MarketWatch Jun 9 2020 - 05:49

University of Illinois research suggests that multiple introductions of Asian tiger mosquitoes from different places — both from within the U.S.

PCT Online Jun 8 2020 - 07:48