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  1. photo O tratamento nutricional pode salvar vidas de pacientes com EBOLAO tratamento nutricional pode salvar vidas de pacientes com EBOLATreatment
    virais menos conhecidas, mas relacionadas, que podem ser tratados com este protocolo incluem febre amarela, dengue hemorrágica, febre hemorrágica, febre hemorrágica com síndrome renal, síndrome pulmonarRead more
  2. photo Brazil, Malaysia cancel GM mosquito trials citing risks and ineffectivenessBrazil, Malaysia cancel GM mosquito trials citing risks and ineffectivenessNews
    worse""There is no evidence of any reduction in the risk of dengue fever, which can continue even if the number of mosquitoes is reduced," said Dr. Helen Wallace, director of GeneWatch UK. In fact, fromRead more
  3. photo Routine vaccination makes individuals more susceptible to influenza virus, MSM admitsRoutine vaccination makes individuals more susceptible to influenza virus, MSM admitsNews
    , flu vaccines subject the body to future danger, facilitating the entry of other virus strains into the body. Dr. Low said dengue fever is another virus that commonly takes advantage of the seasonallyRead more
  4. photo Biotech company prepares to release GM mosquitoes in Florida neighborhoodBiotech company prepares to release GM mosquitoes in Florida neighborhoodNews
    at Oxitec maintain that the Florida Keys are more prone to diseases. They say that, due to changes in storm winds, a growing population and cargo ship use, diseases such as dengue ("break-bone feverRead more
  5. photo FDA's 'forgotten freezer' contains dozens of biological agentsFDA's 'forgotten freezer' contains dozens of biological agentsNews
    ," were discovered among 327 lost, mostly contagious sample vials in 12 cardboard boxes.Some were labeled dengue, influenza or Q fever, which has similar symptoms to the flu but is carried to humansRead more
  6. photo Ebola conspiracy theories abound: GMO bioweapon? DoD experiment gone wrong? Five incredible theories exploredEbola conspiracy theories abound: GMO bioweapon? DoD experiment gone wrong? Five incredible theories exploredNews
    -dried, exotic pathogens have been discovered at a government laboratory, according to new reports. Abandoned vials labeled "dengue," "influenza," and "Q fever" were among those discovered inside 12 boxesRead more
  7. photo <b>Dengue</b> <b>fever</b> outbreak spreads in Japan - just in time for GM mosquitoes and experimental vaccinesDengue fever outbreak spreads in Japan - just in time for GM mosquitoes and experimental vaccinesNews
    popular leisure spots, have been falling ill with dengue fever, a mosquito-transmitted illness that mostly occurs in the more tropical regions of Southeast Asia but now appears to be on the move.LocalRead more
  8. photo Researchers openly admit <b>dengue</b> vaccine would cause 7-fold spike in infectionsResearchers openly admit dengue vaccine would cause 7-fold spike in infectionsNews
    A vaccine for dengue fever would actually increase rates of dengue infection over the first few years, according to a study conducted by researchers from Oregon State University and ClemsonRead more
  9. photo DIY mosquito trap protects against <b>dengue</b> <b>fever</b>, West Nile and other insect-borne diseasesDIY mosquito trap protects against dengue fever, West Nile and other insect-borne diseasesNews
    The dengue virus, transmitted by mosquitoes, is running rampant in tropical areas around the world. The virus can bring fever, headache, muscle pains, joint pains, rash and bleeding. It can evenRead more
  10. photo <b>Dengue</b> <b>fever</b> strikes Japan for first time since 1945Dengue fever strikes Japan for first time since 1945News
    A locally induced outbreak of dengue fever, the first since 1945, has occurred in Tokyo during the summer of 2014. It is a viral infection spread by specific mosquitoes: Aedes aegypti (yellow feverRead more

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Dengue fever

Disease

Dengue fever is an infection caused by the dengue virus. Mosquitoes transmit (or spread) the dengue virus. Dengue fever is also known as "break-bone fever" or "bone-break fever", because it can cause people to have pain so bad that they feel like their bones are breaking. Some of the symptoms of dengue fever are fever; headache; a skin rash that looks like measles; and pain in the muscles and...More