This will enable public health authorities to mobilise resources to those most in need. The project will also provide forecasts of dengue fever under a range of climate change scenarios. By linking earth observation data with climate forecasting …
Psychedelic Cambodian surf music: Those words may seem like a random configuration, but they’re an apt description of the sound of Dengue Fever. The Los Angeles band was born 12 years ago, when brothers Zac (guitar) and Ethan …
Israel's Health Ministry is warning citizens to be on the lookout for mosquitoes this year, for they might be the bearers of bad news. Dengue fever, also known as "breakbone fever," is on the rise in Israel. The infection is a virus that is …
Federal health officials are investigating an outbreak of dengue fever in Hawaii after more than 100 people have become infected. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned travelers to protect themselves from mosquito bites …
The Health Ministry reported that 3,298 people were infected with dengue fever in January this year and 50 of them died because of it. (Shutterstock/File) Indonesia is one of the countries that serves as a habitat for dengue-carrying …
The state Department of Health has identified a case of dengue fever on Maui. The DOH mailed letters out on Jan. 29 informing residents about the case that was acquired outside of Maui. Hawaii News Now has reached out to the DOH …
New research may help scientists develop treatments for Dengue fever, West Nile virus, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis and other disease-causing viruses. The new study explains how flaviviruses produce a unique RNA …
Dengue or hemorrhagic fever, the world’s most common mosquito-borne virus, infects an estimated 390 million people in more than 120 countries each year, …
If mosquitoes are responsible for spreading an infectious disease, you have to find a way to control them. But because the insects are such prolific breeders, killing them is a never-ending task. Unless you can use genetics to sabotage the …
SAO PAULO, April 14 (Reuters) - Corinthians striker Paolo Guerrero has contracted dengue fever and will be out of action for at least two weeks, doctors in Sao Paulo said on Tuesday. "According to the latest clinical and laboratory …