The lab-raised insects are expected to pass on a gene that kills disease-transmitting females—but some experts are dubious.
In Brazil, crowdsourcing intel on sick animals helps health officials gird against yellow fever outbreaks.
Immunity continues to be an incredibly complicated concept.
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A conservation-minded healthcare model could provide a blueprint to stop diseases from making the deadly leap between wildlife and people.
All major outbreaks eventually run their course. But history and science suggest many possible pathways.
From infections to mutations, these experts are turning to wildlife to better understand deadly outbreaks.
Get ready and get out there.
This graph shows the track we’re on as we head into the coldest months.
Epidemiologists pair gumshoe detective skills with fancy lab equipment to work backwards and stave off viral spread.
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