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New Federal Report on Aedes Mosquitoes Could Signal Shift in How Zika Virus and Other Pathogens are Researched

By Johanna Elsensohn

Throughout the world, a single mosquito bite can have one of many consequences: mild infection, severe illness, birth defects, death, or, for the majority of people, just a small, itchy bite mark. 1,615 more words

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Could a Large-Scale Zika Outbreak Occur in the United States?

By Josh Lancette

While recent news cycles in the United States largely have been dominated by election coverage, the threat of Zika remains a concern both locally and globally, with a… 948 more words

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[VIDEO] Can Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Save The World From Zika? 

Should we fear the GM mosquitoes? A look at several mosquito-modification projects and the political and cultural pushback they’re facing.

UPDATE: The trial release in the Florida Keys was approved by public referendum, but the Keys Mosquito District now has to seek FDA approval.

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How to combat Zika and protect the environment - at the same time

by Lisa Gross, Ensia

County public health officials in South Carolina weren’t thinking about bees in August, when they realized that four residents in a single town had returned from travel abroad infected with Zika. 213 more words

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As the Aedes aegypti mosquito spreads globally, so does the risk of epidemics

http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/health/aedes-aegypti-mosquito-spreads-globally-risk-epidemics.html #Health http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/As-the-Aedes-aegypti-mosquito-spreads-globally.jpeg As the Aedes aegypti mosquito spreads globally, so does the risk of epidemics
Of all the mosquito species that populate the planet, few have proved themselves more resilient or more deadly to humans than the Aedes aegypti. 11 more words

As the Aedes aegypti mosquito spreads globally, so does the risk of epidemics

http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/health/aedes-aegypti-mosquito-spreads-globally-risk-epidemics.html As the Aedes aegypti mosquito spreads globally, so does the risk of epidemics
Of all the mosquito species that populate the planet, few have proved themselves more resilient or more deadly to humans than the Aedes aegypti. 20 more words