CDC study on Zika birth defects includes Massachusetts
01/31/2018
MassLive.comCDC study on Zika birth defects includes MassachusettsMassLive.comThree out of every 1,000 babies born in 15 states, including Massachusetts, in 2016 had a birth defect possibly linked to the Zika virus infection in the mother, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The virus is spread by …
ID Break: Panera Pulls Cream Cheese; 15 Years of PEPFAR; Zika Vax on Fast Track – MedPage Today
01/31/2018
ID Break: Panera Pulls Cream Cheese; 15 Years of PEPFAR; Zika Vax on Fast TrackMedPage TodayIt is the largest global health initiative for a single infectious disease, with programs supporting treatment, prevention, and support programs for HIV/AIDS in more than 50 countries worldwide. (New England Journal of Medicine). The presence of phages …and more »
Local Zika Transmission in US Tied to Rise in Birth Defects – AAFP News
01/30/2018
AAFP NewsLocal Zika Transmission in US Tied to Rise in Birth DefectsAAFP NewsRegardless, the agency said its findings bolster the importance of continued surveillance for birth defects potentially related to Zika virus infection and continued monitoring in areas at risk for the disease. "Babies with Zika-related birth defects …Brazil sees 3000 Zika-related birth defects in past two yearsXinhua5 medical stories you should be reading now | PBS NewsHourPBS NewsHourGlobal Zika Virus Market Trends 2018: Bharat BiotechThe Important Events 24all 7 news articles »
Lab-bred mosquitoes to fly in Florida to help combat Zika – WESH Orlando
01/30/2018
WESH OrlandoLab-bred mosquitoes to fly in Florida to help combat ZikaWESH OrlandoThousands of bacteria-infected mosquitoes will be flying near Miami to test a new way to suppress insect populations that carry Zika and other viruses. According to a statement from the Kentucky-based company MosquitoMate, the first mosquitoes will be …and more »
Lab-engineered mosquitoes will fight the Zika virus – New York Post
01/30/2018
New York PostLab-engineered mosquitoes will fight the Zika virusNew York PostMIAMI — Thousands of bacteria-infected mosquitoes will be flying near Miami to test a new way to suppress insect populations that carry Zika and other viruses. see also. US approves lab-grown insects to kill mosquitoes. Finally, a mosquito you won't …Lab-bred mosquitos are Miami's newest weapon against ZikaCurbed MiamiLab-bred mosquitoes to fly near Miami to help combat ZikaNaples Daily NewsBacteria May Block Spread of Zika and Dengue Viruses from MosquitoesAmerican Council on Science and HealthZME Science -Daily Mailall 24 news articles »

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