Holy Grail: Vaccine made from mosquito spit could protect people from all kinds of vector borne diseases
The initial results from the trial showed that an Anopheles mosquito-based vaccine was safe and it triggered antibody and cellular responses.
Dengue claims 3 lives in Karnataka's Dakshina Kannada; official blames 'peculiar weather condition' in city
Three people died and as many as 404 cases of dengue and malaria have been detected in Dakshina Kannada district, officials said on Sunday.
At least 2,406 cases of dengue reported in Delhi in present season; 260 people affected in past week
At least 260 fresh cases of dengue have been reported over the last week in the national capital, taking the total number of people diagnosed with the vector-borne disease this season to 2,406
280 dengue cases recorded in Delhi in past week; authorities find mosquito breeding in over 2 lakh households
According to the report, there has been one death due to dengue this year till 10 November. At least 1,114 cases were reported in October alone in Delhi.
At least two cases of dengue have been reported in in New Delhi, taking the total number of people affected by vector-borne disease this month to five
Calcutta High Court directed the West Bengal government to file an action taken report on the dengue menace that has affected a large number of people in the state
As long as govt finds no incentive to treat the poor and media finds no merit in holding the govt responsible, many cases like Gorakhpur will repeat.
The death toll due to dengue in the national capital has gone up to 14 with Aiims confirming five more fatalities due to the vector-borne disease which has affected over 1,150 people this season.
While political war of words continues over the outbreak of chikungunya that has virtually taken the shape of an epidemic, the residents of Delhi are at the receiving end.
With water receding in many areas and the electricity supply being restored, the people of flood-ravaged Chennai are breathing a sigh of relief. But, they are not out of the woods just yet. Now, they have a major task ahead to keep safe from the possible outbreak of diseases in the aftermath of heavy rains over the past month and the subsequent over-flowing of water bodies.