There are lots of tall tales about mosquitoes and how malaria is transmitted. Here are sturdy facts on the disease.
More than 80 people have been killed and 110,000 displaced in rain-related incidents since December, most of them this month.
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New York City’s health department has invested in novel products and technologies to combat Aedes and arrest its rapid spread in densely populated urban areas.
A large number of chikungunya cases have occurred due to heavy rainfall in many parts of the country, especially in Delhi, posing a serious health threat.
As the 2016 Olympic games are a little more than a month away, to be held in Zika-prone Brazil, what do we know about the virus and its effects?
Bharat Biotech claims it can introduce a Zika vaccine in two years, but given the challenges involved in actually developing a vaccine and regulatory hurdles, is the estimate too hopeful?
The Zika virus has considerable potential to penetrate our borders to play havoc amid the ideal conditions provided both for it and the mosquitoes.