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Sep 21, 2023 | 05:22 am
As climate change accelerates, it is becoming increasingly important to study the impact of climate change on human health.
Aug 22, 2023 | 12:44 pm
When Maira Gutiérrez was diagnosed with Chagas disease in 1997, neither she nor her primary care physician had even heard of the malady. She discovered her illness only by chance, after participating in a Red Cross blood drive organized by her employer, Universal Studios.
Jul 12, 2023 | 00:58 am
Detrimental effects of all severities of maternal dengue infections on birth outcomes have been discovered in a new research study from the University of Surrey and the University of Birmingham.
Dengue outbreak overlapped COVID-19 crisis in Key Largo, Florida in 2020: Call for enhanced disease testing protocolsJul 6, 2023 | 04:38 am
Detection and response to a dengue outbreak in Florida during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, highlighting the challenges of diagnosing febrile illnesses and the need for surveillance. This study examines the impact and management of dengue cases in the context of the ongoing pandemic.
Mar 23, 2023 | 22:02 pm
For mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue fever, the abundance of the insects in places where people gather has long served as the main barometer for infection risk.
Mapping specialized receptors on mosquito nerve cells reveals why the insects are more attracted to some humansFeb 21, 2023 | 18:57 pm
In a bid to understand why mosquitoes may be more attracted to one human than another, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have mapped specialized receptors on the insects' nerve cells that are able to fine-tune their ability to detect particularly "welcoming" odors in human skin.
Feb 2, 2023 | 23:04 pm
As many as one in five dengue fever deaths in the Americas occur in Mexico, and the rate of the disease's severity has been increasing for decades, according to the World Health Organization.
Promoting the One Health approach could greatly improve human-animal health and environmental integrityJan 24, 2023 | 11:49 am
Researchers pursued contemporary evidence of how One Health approaches could improve health security at a global scale against unprecedented health hazards, such as the one posed by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
Sep 9, 2022 | 18:49 pm
Amid unprecedented floods which have affected 33 million people and damaged nearly 900 health facilities, Pakistan faces the risk of widespread outbreaks of diseases, including diarrhoea, dengue, malaria, polio and COVID-19.
Jul 22, 2022 | 16:05 pm
Rainfall, temperature and ocean-warming affect mosquito breeding and the viral diseases they spread - study.