West Nile virus
Climate change is literally sickening, doctors say
Opinion and Analysis
Zika Virus, 'Ghostbusters,' and the Strange New Normal of Tropical Disease Pandemics
The current epidemic of Zika virus infection in the Western Hemisphere is actually just the latest in a decade-long wave of worldwide disease outbreaks.
Why Giant Mosquitoes Are Suddenly Swarming Greenland
"They’re aggressive because they’re desperate."
Baiting Mosquitoes with Fake Blood
A Kentucky scientist has a plan to eradicate malaria.
Climate Change Is Helping to Spread Deadly Viruses
As average, global temperatures increase, animals are moving into new habitats, carrying with them deadly diseases that are increasingly infecting humans.
Monitoring Sick Animals in the Wild Could Be the Key to Preventing the Next Ebola Outbreak
Over half of infectious diseases originate in animals, yet early warning signs, like seizures or deaths in poultry or primate populations, are rarely monitored, say biologists in a new study.
Invasive Mosquitoes Spread by Riding On America's Highways
America's highways are the source and subject of myth, the exit strategy in case of a hydrogen bomb, and a boon for the invasive Asian tiger mosquito.