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Rising temperatures will help mosquitos infect a billion more people
"Plain and simple, climate change is going to kill a lot of people."
Why public health officials have only ever eradicated one disease
'Eliminated' diseases can return. Eradicating one for good is a near impossible public health undertaking.
Where you should move to feel young forever, in one chart
How old will you be when you start to feel 65? It depends on where you live.
Everything you thought you knew about tetanus is wrong
What’s rust got to do with it? Very little.
This map shows where the invasive Asian longhorned tick could spread in the U.S.
Find out if it's coming to a neighborhood near you.
It’s possible to get too much sleep, but don’t let that keep you up at night
But you should probably be more worried about not getting enough.
Mosquito-trapping balloons could help us understand one of the world’s deadliest diseases
New research finds the mosquitoes are traveling much further than previously thought.
Lyme disease is thriving thanks to climate change
Rising temperatures are creating new habitats for ticks.
Brain-eating amoebas are spreading—and that’s just as bad as it sounds
Here's everything you never wanted to know about the subject.
This new device could teach us how the crud in our air affects our health
A person’s ‘exposome’ is just as important, if not more so, as their genetic predisposition to disease.