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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

"We're freaking out": Long, hot summer produces record for West Nile virus in Virginia

There they'd be frozen, identified, ground up in tiny tubes and tested for West Nile virus. Across Virginia, similar scenes have played out over the spring, the hot summer months and now ... mosquito ... read more

Ruffed grouse numbers down in Minnesota, Wisconsin; West Nile virus one suspected reason

Two states, two responses Roy didn’t mention in the release that a suspected culprit in the grouse disappearance is West Nile virus (WNV), which made its U.S. debut in New York in 1999 ... him to a re... read more

West Nile Virus in Broome County: Ways to prevent its spread

these are the first cases of the West Nile virus in Broome County since the early 2000’s. Why all of the sudden are we seeing cases after nearly 20 years? Well we can all agree, it has certainly been ... read more

CT sees eight cases of West Nile Virus

“But it’s been unseasonably warm so people have to remember that it’s still possible to catch West Nile.” Humans cannot spread the illness to others and are more likely to contract West Nile Virus in ... read more

West Nile virus, a fatal fire in Independence and truants in Lakewood: Whatever happened to ...?

The virus remains around and still dangerous, but becomes less of a threat each year as more people are exposed to bites from the mosquitoes that carry it. West Nile Virus ... at the end of a hallway ... read more

Chicago Turns to Predictive Analytics to Map West Nile Threat

Towards the end of this century ... cases of transmission of the Zika virus, can be found in warm, wet climates throughout the American South, as far west as California, and as far up the Eastern Seab... read more

The New York Times

Six new cases ... with the virus is up sharply this year, the health department said. West Nile has been detected in 254 samples of mosquitoes collected around the city this summer, 40 percent more th... read more

Modern-Day Typhoid Marys

An Irish cook in New York City in the 1900s ... and remarkably good spreaders of West Nile. When crows and related birds die, they are unable to transmit the virus to other birds. They become literal ... read more

Officials Warn Of Dangers Of Tick-Borne Powassan Virus

Gangloff-Kaufman, who is also a pest scientist for New York State, showed CBS 2 the belly of a microbe-carrying infectious tick. She said the symptoms of Powassan can mimic those of the West Nile viru... read more

How Can I Keep Infectious Diseases From Ruining My Summer Travel?

Still other infections can be transferred through mosquitoes, perhaps the deadliest vectors of infectious disease, responsible for spreading many potentially life-threatening diseases including yellow ... read more

10 Zika Facts You Need to Know Now

Over time that risk may be enough to encourage U.S. women of childbearing age to consider using birth control. Access to effective birth control is of particular concern ... New York City, for example ... read more
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