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The Sun’s May 31 edition stated that the coronavirus pandemic we have faced this year is like "nothing Gainesville has seen before."

Gainesville Jun 8 2020 - 07:01

Drive-thru art gallery opens in airport parking garage

NBC News Jun 8 2020 - 05:35

Biologist Carlos Ruiz has spent a quarter-century working to save golden lion tamarins, the charismatic long-maned monkeys native to Brazil´s Atlan

Al Bawaba News Jun 7 2020 - 03:34

On Easter weekend 1715, Yamassee Indians attacked a number of isolated plantations around Port Royal, killing more than 100 settlers in a single da

Post and Courier Charleston Jun 7 2020 - 03:00

On Easter weekend 1715, Yamassee Indians attacked a number of isolated plantations around Port Royal, killing more than 100 settlers in a single da

Post and Courier Charleston Jun 7 2020 - 03:00

A latest survey on Global Yellow Fever Vaccines Market is conducted to provide hidden gems performance analysis The study is a perfect mix of quali

openpr.com Jun 5 2020 - 19:30

The Asian tiger mosquito has spread across Illinois over the past 35 years, which is a problem because the colorful bugs can transmit diseases – li

SaukValley.com Jun 5 2020 - 16:37

The case is a 55-year-old woman with no vaccination history for yellow fever.

World Health Organization Jun 5 2020 - 06:53

Like all insects, mosquitos have a complex lifecycle, meaning the larval phase is separate from the adult phase,” says Donald Yee, Ph.D., board-cer

Fatherly on MSN.com Jun 4 2020 - 18:35

The donation will help ensure that diseases such as polio, yellow fever, and measles don’t spread as the world focuses attention and funding on the

Fast Company Jun 4 2020 - 08:51

Researchers report that the Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus, has become more abundant across Illinois in the past three decades.

SciTech Daily Jun 4 2020 - 06:51

This summer, for the first time, genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the U.S.

Medical Xpress Jun 3 2020 - 07:42

A quiet and deadly health catastrophe is brewing in Africa.

IOL News Jun 3 2020 - 00:10

With some lawmakers now voting remotely due to COVID-19 measures, even greater attention must be paid to local media outlets.

prdaily.com Jun 2 2020 - 23:53

That’s as true today as it was in the late 19th century, when—before sanitizing sprays and disinfectant wipes—American post offices responded to pe

Smithsonian Magazine Jun 2 2020 - 14:12

It's June 1796, and yellow fever jumps from ship to shore carried by a stealthy crew on a merchant vessel anchored off Newburyport.

The Daily News of Newburyport Jun 2 2020 - 12:37

Rather than the usual surge and decline in fever found among malaria patients, this man had an unremitting high fever.

Connect Savannah Jun 2 2020 - 09:01

Foggy guidelines, slow government response and failure to appreciate the scope of a pandemic are failures of political leadership.

Knox News Jun 2 2020 - 02:16

Children in the Democratic Republic of Congo haven’t been vaccinated against measles this year. Polio is making a comeback in Nigeria.

Bloomberg Jun 1 2020 - 21:00

Children in the Democratic Republic of Congo haven’t been vaccinated against measles this year. Polio is making a comeback in Nigeria.

Bloomberg on MSN.com Jun 1 2020 - 21:00

Health crises in cities such as Philadelphia and New York City made them emerge more resilient to infectious disease.

U.S. News & World Report Jun 1 2020 - 08:44

Disease has often driven change in architecture and design.

Phys.org Jun 1 2020 - 06:55

Minister of Health Mam Bun Heng has issued an eight-point plan to destroy mosquitoes carrying dengue fever amid the rainy season.

The Phnom Penh Post May 31 2020 - 08:57

Dengue is the single most important human viral infection transmitted by insects.

Nature May 29 2020 - 02:15

Genome sequencing, used as a technique to track mutations in the coronavirus, can help to ensure that vaccines, drugs, or diagnostic tests work for

Devex May 28 2020 - 04:30

The examples are as multiple as they are fascinating, but one particular disease-ridden twist of human history struck me as especially striking: It

Forbes May 27 2020 - 23:21

By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews The World Health Organization (WHO) reported receiving On 28 April 2020, WHO received information regarding a c

Pink May 26 2020 - 20:16

Yellow fever is essentially a mosquito-borne disease, which is more prevalent in African countries as well as in Central and South American region.

SBWire May 26 2020 - 14:35

Many Americans seem to believe the president should be the country’s Principal Public Health Officer, or even Oracle in Chief.

The Heritage Foundation May 26 2020 - 05:00

It's not so bad.

My San Antonio May 25 2020 - 13:00

They are calling these times of Covid-19 pandemic and quarantine “unprecedented” and “the new normal.” For us in the 21st century it certainly is s

Daily Iberian May 24 2020 - 06:00

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Observer-Reporter May 23 2020 - 21:15

It's not so bad.

Dothan Eagle May 23 2020 - 08:24

We have been through this before, you know.

Houston Chronicle May 23 2020 - 07:29

BioSpace reviews some recently published scientific studies, including researchers with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus releasin

PharmaLive May 22 2020 - 14:04

The biggest challenge for the bar year will be encouraging Houston lawyers to step up in a time of need, Bill Kroger said.

Houston Chronicle May 22 2020 - 14:01

Slightly more than half of the 129 countries reporting data to the World Health Organization, UNICEF, Gavi and the Sabin Vaccine Institute indicate

CNBC May 22 2020 - 13:39

Ronald Ross made his “landmark discovery”, and was the first to prove the link between malaria and mosquitoes.

Cosmos May 22 2020 - 07:02

One of only 500 Viper-powered trucks with this brightly colored special edition.

MSN May 22 2020 - 05:30

When yellow fever swept through New Orleans in 1853, only those who survived that often-fatal haemorrhagic disease could get a job or interact norm

The Chronicle Herald May 22 2020 - 02:43

It's not so bad.

Tribune News Service on MSN.com May 22 2020 - 02:31

New York City’s experience as the epicenter of the U.S. COVID-19 outbreak is raising questions about urban living.

TheStreet.com May 21 2020 - 19:48

In August 2019, the country had recorded an increase in the number of yellow fever cases in Katsina, Bauchi and Benue States.

ReliefWeb May 21 2020 - 12:34

Running through the middle Berlin's vibrant Kreuzberg neighborhood, busy Kottbusser Damm has always been a nightmare for cyclists.

Phys.org May 21 2020 - 07:59

For most of the nineteenth century, immunity to yellow fever divided people in New Orleans, Louisiana, between the ‘acclimated’ who had survived ye

Nature May 21 2020 - 02:24

Brazil has had 2585 confirmed cases of yellow fever during the past 2 years.

The New England Journal of Medicine May 20 2020 - 17:00

Those words could apply to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The American Conservative May 20 2020 - 11:15

Republicans have called themselves the law and order party for decades, so why are some of their leaders promoting unrest and disorder during a pan

Republican Herald May 19 2020 - 21:15

"I am convinced that we, the medical staff, have been exposed to coronavirus already, without knowing it, and we have built a sort of immunity

YAHOO! May 19 2020 - 17:29

Quarantine is a word we’ve all had to get used to in the last few months while dealing with the coronavirus crisis.

WAVY May 19 2020 - 04:38