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Singapore wages war on Zika-bearing mosquitoes
Singapore officials went door-to-door Monday to wipe out mosquitoes after the discovery of 41 locally transmitted cases of Zika virus.
Biotech firm's GM mosquitoes to fight dengue in Brazil
Workers are making an unusual product: genetically modified mosquitoes to fight dengue fever at Oxitec.
Chikungunya virus spreads from Caribbean to C. America
The mosquito-born chikungunya virus is spreading into Central America, health authorities there say, after outbreaks in several Caribbean nations.
Atyrau besieged by mosquitoes
Population of mosquitoes in and around Atyrau has increased significantly making the mosquito problem more tangible then ever.
Malaria mosquitoes spotted in Astana
Anopheles claviger, a malaria mosquito species uncommon for Kazakhstan, has been spotted in the wetlands near Astana.
Gene interplay helps to explain dengue's spread
Complex genetic interaction between the mosquito and the virus that causes dengue fever lie at the spread of this dangerous disease.
Dengue fever: Vaccine trial raises a muted cheer
A prototype vaccine for dengue notched up the best success yet against the disease but failed to protect against all its viral strains.
US sees record spike in West Nile virus cases
The US is experiencing the worst outbreak of West Nile virus since the mosquito-borne disease was first detected in 1999, health officials said Wednesday.
In Europe, defences rise against Asian mosquito peril
Behind air-tight doors in a lab in a southern French city, scientists in protective coveralls wage war against a fingernail-sized danger.
Brazil to breed GM mosquitoes to combat dengue
Brazil will breed huge numbers of genetically modified mosquitoes to help stop the spread of dengue fever, an illness that has already struck nearly 500,000 people this year nationwide.
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