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Aug 27, 2018
Yellow fever in Brazil: Scientists trace spread of the century's worst epidemicAt a speed of about two miles a day, the virus made its way to the outskirts of Brazil's big cities.
Aug 16, 2018
Proteins used by Encephalitis-causing virus to enter brain cells identifiedJE infection occurs when viral attachment proteins interact with cellular membrane proteins of host cells.
Jul 10, 2017
Wolbachia bacteria can prevent mosquitoes from transmitting dengue, reveal scientific studyIt may sound strange but scientists are generating evidence to show that the solution to eliminating dengue lies in breeding mosquitoes that are incapable of transmitting dengue, and possibly chikungunya and even zika.
Jun 06, 2017
Zika virus cases detected in India: Thorough investigation, educating masses is need of the hourThe Zika virus, a public heath emergency that continues to grow, has the potential to cause widespread harm to the health of people in India.
May 17, 2016
WHO calls emergency meeting on yellow fever outbreakThe WHO will hold an emergency meeting on Thursday on the yellow fever outbreak that has hit hardest in Angola but risks spreading further if vaccinations are not ramped up.
Dec 03, 2013
Google celebrates Carlos Juan Finlay's 180th birthday in latest doodleGoogle has released a doodle to commemorate the birthday of Cuban physician and scientist, Carlos Juan Finlay, today. The scientist was the first one to theorise
Sep 23, 2011
Yellow fever: End of the road or just a big bump?The bursting of asset bubbles is best seen in retrospect, and gold's 10 percent decline from a record high just three weeks ago is far from its worst tumble.