Dengue

As of 2010, dengue fever is believed to infect 50 to 100 million people worldwide a year with 1/2 million life-threatening infections.

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Dengue's Spread in Europe Could Spur Vaccine Development

Peru Suffering Worst Dengue Outbreak In Its History, Over 146K Cases

To counter dengue, Zika, and chikungunya diseases, Brazil plans mosquito factory that will produce five billion bacteria-infected mosquitoes per year

Mosquito saliva can weaken body's defenses against deadly dengue viruses, scientists discover

Hidden 'super spreaders' spur dengue fever transmission

Mapping Mexico's dengue fever hotspots

The Impact of Dengue: What You Need to Know

Strains of Aedes mosquitoes – the main mosquito vector for dengue, yellow fever, and Zika virus – are now insecticide-resistant

How kids are winning the fight against dengue fever in a Rio favela

The flowery scent of a Zika or dengue infection lures mosquitoes

Dengue Fever and Zika Virus Make Humans More Attractive to Mosquitoes

Zika or dengue infections make you more appealing to mosquitoes

Dengue and Zika make their hosts more attractive to mosquitos

Zika, dengue viruses make victims smell better to mosquitoes

Sending out bacteria-carrying mosquitoes to protect people from dengue

Dengue detection smartphone tech shows new hope for low-cost diagnostics

Covid Restrictions Prevented Dengue in Hundreds of Thousands of People in 2020

Moderna plots vaccines against 15 pathogens with future pandemic potential: include Chikungunya, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, Dengue, Ebola, Malaria, Marburg, Lassa fever, MERS; Nipah & HIV

COVID-19 restrictions linked to nearly 750,000 fewer dengue cases in 2020

Dengue’s dance: Host immunity drives viral evolution