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West Nile virus still a concern as summer ends in New York City

Summer may be coming to a close, but don’t count out New York City’s mosquitoes just yet. Steamy temperatures help keep the buzzing bloodsuckers active and breeding — extending the season for them to ... read more

Q&A: Bad season predicted for West Nile virus

Still ... East. West Nile wasn’t seen in the Western Hemisphere until the summer of 1999, when a cluster of encephalitis cases in New York City drew the attention of public health officials. By the ti... read more

West Nile Virus: The Stranger That Came To Stay

In today’s New York Times, Manny Fernandez and Donald McNeil report that West Nile virus is wreaking havoc in Dallas. This summer ... centuries, still more viruses arrived. HIV came to the United Stat... read more

West Nile Virus detected in Clearfield County

On July 6, three mosquito samples tested positive for West Niles Virus — two in DuBois City and one in Chester ... “We are in the height of (West Nile Virus) when we see a bigger upswing until we get ... read more

It's been an especially bad summer for mosquitoes. These fish can help

“We had so many requests at the beginning of summer that we had to contact ... they can spread viruses such as Zika and West Nile. In 2017, mosquitoes infected at least 553 Californians with serious c... read more

West Nile virus kills 22 in Europe

West Nile virus is a disease spread by mosquitoes. It was first diagnosed in Uganda in 1937, but no cases were reported in the U.S. until 1999 in New York. The virus gradually spread across the countr... read more

The Illness That Never Ends

He had a 104.5° F fever and, finally, a diagnosis: West Nile encephalitis. “The doctors thought I was going to end up brain dead,” he says ... to grapple with the problem. When the New York City Depar... read more

US Olympians at the 2016 Rio Games were infected with West Nile virus, not Zika

Credit: Charlie Ehlert, University of Utah Health U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes and staff who traveled to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the 2016 Summer Games ... t forget that West Nile Virus has ... read more

Grand Forks County reports first human West Nile case; 38 so far in ND

The CDC further reported just one of about 150 cases will end in death. As of Wednesday, the state Department of Health reported it has identified 38 North Dakotans this summer with West Nile virus an... read more

Outdoors Notebook: DNR sets deer hunting open house meetings, Ruffed grouse West Nile sampling etc.

The meetings are one of the first steps identified for implementing the state's new ... for West Nile virus this fall by collecting samples from birds taken by hunters within 60 miles of Bemidji and G... read more

As Ebola spreads, a look back at bird flu

In 2000, then-President Bill Clinton declared parts of New Jersey and New York ... the West Nile Virus, which enabled federal dollars to be sent to those areas to assist treatment and prevention. West ... read more

Stealthy, Debilitating Disease Is Poised to Sweep the United States

The Asian tiger mosquito’s rapidly expanding range currently spans the southern half of the continental U.S., and the West Nile Virus outbreaks of ... outbreaks are most likely in New York during the ... read more
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