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Why West Nile risk is at the highest levels since 2012 outbreak

The risk for West Nile virus in the suburbs is at its highest level since an outbreak in 2012, officials say. During the past week, North Shore Mosquito Abatement District employees have found a signi... read more

Mosquitoes Targeted In Skokie And Lincolnwood

The risk to humans of West Nile virus is at its highest level since an outbreak in 2012, when 174 cases of the virus were confirmed among Cook County residents. Only about 20 percent of people infecte... read more

Why West Nile Virus Is a Self-Inflicted Wound

So far, nearly 700 cases have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), including 26 deaths — the biggest nationwide outbreak since 2004 ... You Need to Know About West Nile Virus) Why h... read more

This summers' return of West Nile

By mid August, there was a notable buzz on daily TV news broadcasts about West Nile Virus, making 2012 feel like 2002 again. Why ... risk of WNV infection based on how many dead crows people were seei... read more

A Mess in Texas: What Happened in Dallas with West Nile Virus?

Though it’s unknown why 2012 proved to be a particularly noxious and geographically expansive year for WNV in the States, there were several environmental factors that precipitated the outbreak ... th... read more

Drought brings 'banner year' for West Nile, fears of widespread outbreak

Now, officials are concerned about emerging signs that a widespread outbreak may be on the horizon in Illinois. Updated figures from the state Department of Public Health show extremely high numbers . ... read more

West Nile case levels fit 'definition of an epidemic'

The incidence of West Nile virus cases in North Texas has reached epidemic proportions as the virus claimed its first recorded death nationally of 2012 in Dallas ... This story contains material from ... read more

Aethlon Medical, Inc. (AEMD) CEO Jim Joyce on Q1 2019 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Factors that could cause results to differ materially from those anticipated in forward-looking statements can be found under the caption Risk ... outbreak that's ongoing now is West Nile virus which ... read more

In Macon County, finding and fighting West Nile — one mosquito at a time

To get to that level, Probus said the district has to determine how widespread the virus is and whether it is a threat to the human population. “If we’re getting a lot of West Nile Virus ... from sinc... read more

West Nile virus: Be smart, don't panic

Credit: Scott Crans The current outbreak of West Nile virus may prove to be the worst since the ... on arbovirus levels and mosquito population trends during the mosquito season. Rutgers Today: What s... read more

West Nile Season Off to the Worst Start Ever in the U.S.

Every summer since West Nile virus’s ... Only in Texas, the state suffering the most from West Nile, can health officials state conclusively that this year’s outbreak will be the worst in the state’s ... read more

Risk Of West Nile In Suburbs Highest Since 2012 Outbreak

NORTHFIELD, IL — The risk of catching West Nile in the suburbs is at its highest level since a 2012 outbreak, officials are warning. A recent uptick in the prevalence of West Nile Virus has been recor... read more
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