Dengue fever may be more than three times more prevalent than current estimates, according to a new report. The study, led by researchers at the University of Oxford in England, estimates there are 390 million dengue infections around the …
NEW DELHI — An epidemic of dengue fever in India is fostering a growing sense of alarm even as government officials here have publicly refused to acknowledge the scope of a problem that experts say is threatening hundreds of millions …
Meanwhile, Florida officials now report 115 cases of locally acquired Zika. In addition to the continuing spread of the Zika virus in the state, Florida is now contending with new cases of a tropical disease killer. There are now reports that a …
An outbreak of dengue fever since February has killed more than 100 people, inundated hospitals with patients and triggered school closures, reports Atish Patel. In India, many savour the moment when the skies turn grey and …
More than 2000 cases of the mosquito-borne disease were confirmed in Australia last year, federal Health Department data shows. University of Sydney mosquito expert Cameron Webb said dengue fever cases were increasing globally, and …
A YOUNG housewife was not bothered about mosquitoes until she came down with dengue fever about four years ago. It started as a mild headache before morphing into a burning fever.There was a rash of tiny red spots over her arms, …
Southern China is suffering from its worst outbreak of dengue fever in two decades, with 1,000 new cases of the potentially fatal mosquito-borne disease emerging each day, according to official media reports. Local health authorities …
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Dengue fever numbers have risen at an alarming rate across districts in Kerala, giving rise to apprehension that the situation is getting out of hand. On Friday, the official figures provided by the Health Department’s Integrated Disease …
In Malaysia, the signs are ominous. The coming wet season is already shaping up as potentially the worst on record for dengue fever with regional governments stepping up efforts to limit the spread of the potentially deadly disease. …