Dengue Fever News and Research

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Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Symptoms typically begin three to fourteen days after infection. These may include a high fever, headache, vomiting, muscle and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash.
Dengue seen as potential threat to US public health

Dengue seen as potential threat to US public health

Immune compound blocks virus' ability to hijack antibodies

Immune compound blocks virus' ability to hijack antibodies

Dengue fever health education is "insufficient, under-funded, and irregular" in Cambodia

Dengue fever health education is "insufficient, under-funded, and irregular" in Cambodia

Switzerland creates new centre for vaccine research

Switzerland creates new centre for vaccine research

Dengue fever vaccine looks very promising

Dengue fever vaccine looks very promising

Specialists in infectious disease and global health convene at Philadelphia meeting

Specialists in infectious disease and global health convene at Philadelphia meeting

Breakbone fever a growing public health threat

Breakbone fever a growing public health threat

Dengue fever rife in the Caribbean and Latin America

Dengue fever rife in the Caribbean and Latin America

Discovery may lead to fast and cheap method of making vaccines

Discovery may lead to fast and cheap method of making vaccines

Animal model for dengue research

Animal model for dengue research

Lab-grown disease-free mosquito

Lab-grown disease-free mosquito

Biologist hopes mosquito can break viral chain

Biologist hopes mosquito can break viral chain

Demand for VScan diagnostic test kits increases

Demand for VScan diagnostic test kits increases

First draft of the genome sequence of Aedes aegypti mosquito

First draft of the genome sequence of Aedes aegypti mosquito

Medical Services International receives increased interest in Dengue fever and Malaria test kits

Medical Services International receives increased interest in Dengue fever and Malaria test kits

Severe dengue infections may go unrecognized in international travelers

Severe dengue infections may go unrecognized in international travelers

World Bank to provide Thailand with $750,000 for HIV/AIDS programs

World Bank to provide Thailand with $750,000 for HIV/AIDS programs

Bird flu vaccine ready in a year but who will get it first?

Bird flu vaccine ready in a year but who will get it first?

Chikungunya fever rampant in Sri Lanka's north

Chikungunya fever rampant in Sri Lanka's north

Global resurgence in zoonotic viral diseases

Global resurgence in zoonotic viral diseases

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