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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.
Low blood iron levels increase risk of Dengue

Low blood iron levels increase risk of Dengue

Dengue fever is endemic in places where iron deficiency is more common

Dengue fever is endemic in places where iron deficiency is more common

Researchers analyze people’s initial immune response to dengue fever

Researchers analyze people’s initial immune response to dengue fever

Promising new strategy to treat severe dengue disease on the horizon

Promising new strategy to treat severe dengue disease on the horizon

Public health officials unprepared for magnitude of heat waves and climate-related diseases

Public health officials unprepared for magnitude of heat waves and climate-related diseases

Thymol antimicrobial in corn starch can help fight mosquito-borne diseases

Thymol antimicrobial in corn starch can help fight mosquito-borne diseases

Mosquitoes change their hunting routines in response to host cues

Mosquitoes change their hunting routines in response to host cues

‘Disease and bacteria know no borders’: Global health leaders must do more to prevent the spread of infectious disease

‘Disease and bacteria know no borders’: Global health leaders must do more to prevent the spread of infectious disease

Researchers find mechanism behind susceptibility to viral infections

Researchers find mechanism behind susceptibility to viral infections

Higher levels of doublets in flow cytometry indicate tuberculosis or dengue fever

Higher levels of doublets in flow cytometry indicate tuberculosis or dengue fever

NIH offers $377,971 grant to develop disposable HIV-1 viral load microchip

NIH offers $377,971 grant to develop disposable HIV-1 viral load microchip

New study suggests bacteria-loaded mosquitoes may halt spread of Dengue fever

New study suggests bacteria-loaded mosquitoes may halt spread of Dengue fever

War against mosquitoes saves lives and money in Sri Lanka

War against mosquitoes saves lives and money in Sri Lanka

FDA approves first vaccine for prevention of dengue disease in endemic regions

FDA approves first vaccine for prevention of dengue disease in endemic regions

IVI and MCRI to coordinate global push for developing vaccine against Strep A bacteria

IVI and MCRI to coordinate global push for developing vaccine against Strep A bacteria

Study sheds light on the burden of dengue in Bangladesh

Study sheds light on the burden of dengue in Bangladesh

Previous dengue infection could protect against Zika-associated damage

Previous dengue infection could protect against Zika-associated damage

Egg yolk precursor protein plays key role in regulating mosquitos’ attraction to humans

Egg yolk precursor protein plays key role in regulating mosquitos’ attraction to humans

Dengue mosquito poses greatest danger of spreading Zika virus in Australia

Dengue mosquito poses greatest danger of spreading Zika virus in Australia

Europe under major threat from vector-borne diseases

Europe under major threat from vector-borne diseases

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