Discovery in Mosquitoes Could Lead to New Strategy Against Dengue Fever and Other Mosquito-Borne Viruses
Scientists identify protein and pathway that, if compromised, no longer protect Aedes aegypti mosquitoes from succumbing to viruses they transmit to people.
Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Awarded $23.5 Million CDC Grant to Launch New Epidemic Preparedness Project
Project will be part of CDC’s Outbreak Analytics and Disease Modeling Network; CHS scholars will train public health professionals to use modeling and analytics tools for full spectrum of epidemic responses.
The updated COVID-19 vaccine provides safe, effective protection against current variants for everyone six months and older.
Researchers estimated the increase in births in Texas and now plan deeper dives into the data to measure the impacts on women, children, and families.
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