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11.08.2017 EPA Approval Of Bacteria To Fight Mosquitoes Caps Long Quest National Public Radio Basic Full Text
11.06.2017 The Zombie Diseases of Climate Change The Atlantic Basic Full Text
10.07.2017 Madagascar Is Fighting a Deadly Outbreak of Plague Gizmodo Basic Full Text
10.07.2017 Mosquito-Borne Diseases Found In U.S. Athletes And Staff At Rio Olympics National Public Radio Basic Full Text
10.03.2017 San Diego's hepatitis A outbreak continues to grow San Diego Union-Tribune Basic Full Text
09.22.2017 New antibody attacks 99% of HIV strains BBC News Basic Full Text
09.21.2017 Superbug's spread to Vietnam threatens malaria control Bangkok Post Basic Full Text
09.15.2017 Florida's floodwater is full of poop bacteria - but a marine biologist says there's a bigger threat Business Insider Basic Full Text
09.11.2017 Tanzanian city gets new sewage scheme to curb disease, ocean pollution Reuters Basic Full Text
09.05.2017 Mystery mass marine deaths in Bosnia and Herzegovina Global 3000 (Deutsche Welle) Basic Full Text
08.24.2017 Potential salinity and temperature futures for the Chesapeake Bay using a statistical downscaling spatial disaggregation framework. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (NOAA) Basic Full Text
08.18.2017 We're not close to being prepared for the next pandemic, says this doctor PBS News Hour Basic Full Text
08.13.2017 Fleas found to carry the plague in at least 2 Arizona counties CNBC Basic Full Text
08.10.2017 Test uses nanotechnology to quickly diagnose Zika virus Washington University in St. Louis Basic Full Text
08.01.2017 Modelling dengue fever risk in the State of Yucatan, Mexico using regional-scale satellite-derived sea surface temperature Acta Tropica Expert Summary
07.26.2017 Malnutrition and cholera 'a vicious combination' in war-torn Yemen - UN agency chiefs United Nations Basic Full Text
07.20.2017 Ancient Italian Fossils Reveal Risk of Parasitic Infections Due to Climate Change University of Missouri Basic Full Text
06.14.2017 Lyon: Rising temps provide for conditions conducive for malaria transmission in Ethiopia University of Maine Basic Full Text
06.07.2017 Letter from Africa: Sudan's rulers 'shirking action on cholera' BBC News Basic Full Text
06.06.2017 World Oceans Day: Marine diseases hidden beneath the waves incur high economic, ecological costs National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
06.05.2017 Does deforestation promote or inhibit malaria transmission in the Amazon? A systematic literature review and critical appraisal of current evidence Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B | Biological Sciences Expert Summary
06.05.2017 New study: Could acidifying oceans slow down coral disease? Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium Basic Full Text
06.01.2017 Climate change and human infectious diseases: A synthesis of research findings from global and spatio-temporal perspectives Environment International Expert Summary
06.01.2017 Mathematical analysis of a power-law form time dependent vector-borne disease transmission model Mathematical Biosciences Expert Summary
05.30.2017 Sri Lanka floods leave at least 177 dead and thousands at risk of fatal disease London Evening Standard Basic Full Text
05.24.2017 Melting permafrost raises fears of decades-old pathogens The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Basic Full Text
05.15.2017 Statement on Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo World Health Organization Basic Full Text
05.04.2017 Long-dormant bacteria and viruses, trapped in ice and permafrost for centuries, are reviving as Earth's climate warms BBC News Basic Full Text
05.01.2017 Rare, tick-borne Powassan virus worries some experts about possible spread NBC Today Basic Full Text
04.24.2017 Ghana, Kenya and Malawi to take part in WHO malaria vaccine pilot programme World Health Organization Basic Full Text
04.19.2017 The World Health Organization is on track to meet its goals to control, eliminate or eradicate sleeping sickness, Chagas and other ancient illnesses by 2020 Los Angeles Times Basic Full Text
04.18.2017 Winning the war against ancient diseases CNN Basic Full Text
04.12.2017 A big-picture look at the world's worst Ebola epidemic Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Basic Full Text
04.10.2017 El Niño Shifts Geographic Distribution of Cholera Cases in Africa John Hopkins University Basic Full Text
04.05.2017 New insight into leading viral cause of congenital birth defects University of Cardiff Basic Full Text
04.03.2017 Infectious disease transmission in fish, mammals, other animals has implications for humans National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
04.01.2017 Optimal control analysis of malaria-schistosomiasis co-infection dynamics Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering Expert Summary
03.29.2017 Viruses in the oceanic basement University of Hawaii at Manoa Basic Full Text
03.24.2017 UTA quantifying coral species' disease susceptibility by examining immune traits University of Texas at Arlington Basic Full Text
03.23.2017 Most dengue infections transmitted in or near home University of Florida Basic Full Text
02.27.2017 Why an Early Spring Is Very Bad News for Your Health Time Basic Full Text
02.27.2017 WHO publishes list of bacteria for which new antibiotics are urgently needed World Health Organization Basic Full Text
02.27.2017 New tool for combating mosquito-borne disease: insect parasite genes Vanderbilt University Basic Full Text
02.21.2017 The Next Pandemic Could Be Dripping On Your Head National Public Radio Basic Full Text
02.17.2017 Ebola 'super-spreaders' cause most cases BBC News Basic Full Text
02.17.2017 Contact tracing and targeted insecticide spraying can curb dengue outbreaks National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
02.16.2017 China says bird flu spreads slow, vows to stiffen controls Reuters Basic Full Text
02.16.2017 'Seagrasses' vital to coastal health BBC News Basic Full Text
02.14.2017 Why Killer Viruses Are On The Rise National Public Radio Basic Full Text
02.09.2017 S. Korea on highest alert for foot-and-mouth outbreak Korea Herald Basic Full Text
01.23.2017 Post-Ebola reforms: ample analysis, inadequate action British Medical Journal Expert Summary
01.13.2017 A Nevada woman dies of a superbug resistant to every available antibiotic in the US Fox News Basic Full Text
01.01.2017 The effect of climate change on skin disease in North America Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology Expert Summary
12.15.2016 Hormone-disrupting compound could provide new approach to malaria control Harvard University Basic Full Text
12.06.2016 Chemical mosquito controls ineffective in Zika fight University of East Anglia Basic Full Text
11.04.2016 First Cases of New Superbug Spotted in U.S. Scientific American Basic Full Text
11.01.2016 Mycoplasma pneumoniae spreading in Japan NHK World (Japan) Basic Full Text
10.26.2016 Trials of Wolbachia-carrying mosquitoes scaled up in South America Wellcome Basic Full Text
10.19.2016 Neurodevelopmental model of Zika may provide rapid answers University of Georgia Basic Full Text
10.04.2016 Zika infects neural cells related to skull formation, affecting their function ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
10.04.2016 Rising ocean temperatures impacting human health ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
09.28.2016 Fungus Makes Mosquitoes Much More Likely To Become Infected With Malaria Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Basic Full Text
09.27.2016 To slow spread of infectious diseases, NSF, NIH, USDA invest $16.6 million National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
09.15.2016 On the dynamics of a class of multi-group models for vector-borne diseases Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications Expert Summary
09.13.2016 Virus infection of Emiliania huxleyi deters grazing by the copepod Acartia tonsa Journal of Plankton Research Expert Summary
09.05.2016 Mega-study on oceans predicts super-storms, massive life loss Haaretz Basic Full Text
09.04.2016 One week on: 7 things about the Zika outbreak in Singapore The Straits Times (Singapore) Basic Full Text
08.10.2016 A spatial agent-based simulation model of the dengue vector Aedes aegypti to explore its population dynamics in urban areas Ecological Modelling Expert Summary
08.09.2016 One drug is 'new hope' for three killer infections BBC News Basic Full Text
08.08.2016 TSRI Scientists Pinpoint Ebola's Weak Spots The Scripps Research Institute Basic Full Text
08.05.2016 Calculating solutions to combat Zika National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
08.04.2016 Zika Won't Pose Risks at the Olympics: Health Experts CNN Basic Full Text
08.02.2016 Russia anthrax outbreak affects dozens in north Siberia BBC News Basic Full Text
08.02.2016 Climate influence on Vibrio and associated human diseases during the past half-century in the coastal North Atlantic Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Expert Summary
07.26.2016 West Coast Fish Pathogen Now Found in the East U.S. Geological Survey Basic Full Text
07.21.2016 Chicken odour 'prevents malaria' research in Ethiopia finds BBC News Basic Full Text
07.13.2016 Rio Olympics 2016: the CDC says Zika risk is low Vox Basic Summary
07.06.2016 US urges aerial spraying amid jump in Puerto Rico Zika cases Washington Post Basic Full Text
07.06.2016 U.S. Army, French Drugmaker to Join Forces on Zika Vaccine U.S. News & World Report Basic Full Text
07.01.2016 Seaweeds get sick too when they're stressed University of New South Wales Basic Full Text
07.01.2016 Perceptions of capacity for infectious disease control and prevention to meet the challenges of dengue fever in the face of climate change: A survey among CDC staff in Guangdong Province, China Environmental Research Expert Summary
06.28.2016 New Studies Show Just How Tricky the Zika Virus Is NBC News Basic Full Text
06.09.2016 Researchers map mosquitoes that transmit Zika and Dengue by county Science / AAAS Basic Full Text
06.01.2016 Hospital delivers first baby in NJ with Zika birth defect News 12 New Jersey Basic Full Text
05.27.2016 Superbugs threat grows more ominous in U.S. CBS News Basic Full Text
05.04.2016 Sea Star Wasting Disease in the Keystone Predator Pisaster ochraceus in Oregon: Insights into Differential Population Impacts, Recovery, Predation Rate, and Temperature Effects from Long-Term Research PLoS ONE Expert Summary
05.03.2016 Zika Outbreaks Expected in Large Portion of Americas Voice of America Basic Full Text
05.03.2016 CDC: 1 in 3 antibiotic prescriptions unnecessary Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Basic Full Text
04.26.2016 Too much algae -- and too many microbes -- threaten coral reefs National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
04.18.2016 Earth Day: New insights into coral health hidden in reefs' microbiomes National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
04.14.2016 Surface mutation lets canine parvovirus jump to other species Cornell University Basic Full Text
04.13.2016 Viruses hitch a ride to greater infectivity in insects R&I World Basic Full Text
04.06.2016 Crab Shell Signaling Helps Control the Many Faces of Cholera, Study Shows Georgia Tech Basic Full Text
03.31.2016 Researchers discover ways to improve red tide predictions ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
03.23.2016 Fifth person dies in Guinea Ebola flare-up Fox News Basic Full Text
03.16.2016 Microbial oceanography: Viral strategies at sea Nature Expert Summary
03.16.2016 Piggybacking Viruses San Diego State University Basic Full Text
03.13.2016 Mosquitoes' rapid spread poses threat beyond Zika Reuters Basic Full Text
03.08.2016 American lobster nurseries of southern New England receding in the face of climate change ICES Journal of Marine Science Expert Summary
02.18.2016 Seeking Zika: Where and when will Zika-carrying mosquitoes strike next? National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
02.18.2016 Researchers Discover New Ebola-Fighting Antibodies in Blood of Outbreak Survivor The Scripps Research Institute Basic Full Text
02.17.2016 Penn Study Reveals How Fish Control Microbes Through Their Gills University of Pennsylvania Basic Full Text
02.17.2016 Marine virus outbreaks linked to coral bleaching Rice University Basic Full Text
02.16.2016 Disease, warming oceans rock lobster and sea star populations Cornell University Basic Full Text
02.01.2016 Truncated seasonal activity patterns of the western blacklegged tick (Ixodes pacificus) in central and southern California Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases Expert Summary
02.01.2016 WHO Declares Zika Birth Defect Link a Public Health Emergency Newsweek Basic Full Text
01.28.2016 WHO to convene an International Health Regulations Emergency Committee on Zika virus and observed increase in neurological disorders and neonatal malformations World Health Organization Basic Full Text
01.28.2016 Would it be wrong to eradicate mosquitoes? BBC News Basic Full Text
01.14.2016 Liberia declared Ebola-free, signaling end to West African epidemic Reuters Basic Full Text
12.22.2015 Infectious disease spread is fueled by international trade ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
12.03.2015 Microcephaly (Small Heads & Impaired Brain Development) Connection to Zika Virus Science / AAAS Basic Full Text
11.30.2015 Study: With climate change, malaria risk in Africa shifts, grows EurekaAlert! Basic Full Text
11.23.2015 A tick that feeds on birds may increase the range of Lyme disease EurekaAlert! Basic Full Text
10.26.2015 Dengue and climate: Scientists tackle the nuances University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) Basic Full Text
10.20.2015 Drug-resistant malaria could spread to Africa: study Medical Xpress Basic Full Text
10.07.2015 Student collaboration leads to first results describing sick sea star immune response University of Washington Basic Full Text
09.27.2015 Giant Viruses Are Hiding in Permafrost, But Not for Long The Daily Beast Basic Full Text
09.25.2015 Biomarker detection of global infectious diseases based on magnetic particles New Biotechnology Expert Summary
09.16.2015 Delhi battles dengue fever surge BBC News Basic Full Text
09.16.2015 The Arctic Mosquito Swarms Large Enough to Kill a Baby Caribou The Atlantic Basic Full Text
09.09.2015 Modelling the spread of hospital bugs BBC News Basic Full Text
09.07.2015 Poorly maintained plumbing could be responsible for outbreak of Legionnaires' disease NH Voice Basic Full Text
08.27.2015 Ocean warming and acidification needs more attention, argues US The Guardian Basic Full Text
08.23.2015 19 chickens in Pinellas County test positive for West Nile Orlando Sentinel Basic Full Text
08.21.2015 UMaine researchers help forge planktonic frontier University of Maine Basic Full Text
08.20.2015 Special issue: Forest health in a changing world Science / AAAS Expert Full Text
08.17.2015 Sierra Leone records zero new Ebola infections BBC News Basic Full Text
08.11.2015 Latitudinal variation in virus-induced mortality of phytoplankton across the North Atlantic Ocean The ISME Journal Expert Summary
08.04.2015 Oyster pathogen study to launch Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences Basic Full Text
07.23.2015 Breaking the cycle of malaria transmission National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
07.01.2015 Detection of Mayaro virus infections during a dengue outbreak in Mato Grosso, Brazil Acta Tropica Expert Summary
06.24.2015 South Sudan children at risk from cholera outbreak, warns UNICEF United Nations Basic Full Text
06.09.2015 The evidence for improving housing to reduce malaria: a systematic review and meta-analysis Malaria Journal Expert Summary
06.01.2015 Research to commence on how viruses affect shellfish dermo disease Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences Expert Full Text
05.14.2015 Niger Meningitis Outbreak Worsens Voice of America Basic Full Text
04.27.2015 International research team discovers new mechanism behind malaria progression EurekaAlert! Basic Full Text
04.22.2015 UNH Researchers Make Breakthrough in Detecting Most Common Bacteria Contaminating Oysters University of New Hampshire Basic Full Text
04.16.2015 To prevent the next Ebola, scientists try to catch new viruses before they break out PRI's The World Basic Full Text
03.27.2015 Marine biology: The coral disease triangle Nature Climate Change Basic Summary
03.20.2015 WHO urges mass vaccination against measles, other diseases in Ebola areas Reuters Basic Full Text
03.19.2015 MSU researchers discover cause of death in children who get malaria News-Medical.Net Basic Full Text
03.02.2015 Signs of the Times University of Maine Basic Full Text
02.24.2015 Imaging technique reconstructs 120 years of seasonal changes in ocean acidification Physorg.com Basic Full Text
02.19.2015 WHO urges governments to increase investment to tackle neglected tropical diseases World Health Organization Basic Full Text
02.16.2015 Climate change and vector-borne diseases of humans Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B | Biological Sciences Expert Summary
02.16.2015 Climate change impacts on West Nile virus transmission in a global context Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B | Biological Sciences Expert Summary
02.16.2015 Dengue: recent past and future threats Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B | Biological Sciences Expert Summary
01.26.2015 La Nina Events May Spike with Climate Change LiveScience Basic Full Text
01.19.2015 Genetics of malaria drug resistance revealed BBC News Basic Full Text
01.16.2015 Bed Nets and Vaccines: Some Combinations May Worsen Malaria University of Michigan Basic Full Text
12.16.2014 Ebola, Dengue fever, Lyme disease: The growing economic cost of infectious diseases National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
11.17.2014 Virus fingered as top suspect in West Coast sea star wasting disease National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
11.06.2014 How Climate Change Could Impact Harmful Algal Blooms National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science Basic Full Text
11.04.2014 How important is long-distance travel in the spread of epidemics? University of California, Berkeley Basic Full Text
11.01.2014 Geographical distribution of the association between El Nino South Oscillation and dengue fever in the Americas: a continental analysis using geographical information system-based techniques Geospatial Health Expert Summary
10.07.2014 Slime-producing molecules help spread disease from cats to sea otters University of California, Davis Basic Full Text
09.04.2014 Dengue vaccine shows promise in Latin America Science/AAAS News Basic Full Text
08.21.2014 Viruses take down massive algal blooms, with big implications for climate ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
08.13.2014 New insight into the survival and transmission strategy of malaria parasites Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute Basic Full Text
07.30.2014 World's First Malaria Vaccine Could Be a Year Away Time Basic Full Text
07.28.2014 Warnings About Flesh-Eating Ocean Bacteria Issued by Florida Health Officials New Times Broward-Palm Beach Basic Full Text
07.17.2014 Anti-tank missile detector joins the fight against malaria Monash University Basic Full Text
07.05.2014 Four Boston Residents Test Positive For Chikungunya Virus WBZ _ CBS Boston Basic Full Text
06.19.2014 Chikungunya virus spreads to U.S., Cuba CNN Basic Full Text
06.01.2014 Rewiring Host Lipid Metabolism by Large Viruses Determines the Fate of Emiliania huxleyi, a Bloom-Forming Alga in the Ocean The Plant Cell Expert Full Text
05.16.2014 Brazil 2014: World Cup dengue fever risk predicted BBC News Basic Full Text
05.13.2014 Plastic pollution: Another threat for seabirds ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
05.01.2014 Forget snakes. Mosquitoes (and humans) are the biggest killers of humans Tech Times Basic Full Text
05.01.2014 World Health Day 2014: Preventing vector-borne diseases World Health Organization Basic Full Text
04.29.2014 Malaria, major cause of morbidity - Commissioner The Nigerian Observer Basic Full Text
04.11.2014 New Assay Rapidly Detects Pathogens in Marine Mammals NOAA National Ocean Service Basic Full Text
03.19.2014 White House to Introduce Climate Data Website New York Times Basic Full Text
03.12.2014 Second largest research award at Notre Dame fights malaria and dengue fever Notre Dame News Basic Full Text
03.07.2014 Warmer temperatures push malaria to higher elevations e! Science News Basic Full Text
03.01.2014 Painful Mosquito-Borne Viral Disease Reaches Western Hemisphere Scientific American Basic Full Text
02.27.2014 Research shows combination of sensory signals draw mosquitoes in for a bite The Rockefeller University Basic Full Text
02.20.2014 The changing risk of Plasmodium falciparum malaria infection in Africa: 2000-10: a spatial and temporal analysis of transmission intensity The Lancet Expert Summary
02.13.2014 Pooling Expertise University of Maine Basic Full Text
02.01.2014 Large-scale distribution of viruses in deep waters of the Pacific and Southern Oceans Aquatic Microbial Ecology Expert Summary
01.05.2014 An ecosystem of our own making may pose threat Gulf Times Basic Full Text
01.01.2014 Cascading Effects of Climate Change: Do Hurricane-damaged Forests Increase Risk of Exposure to Parasites? Biotropica Expert Summary
12.31.2013 Avian malaria threatens Galapagos bird species BBC News Basic Full Text
12.05.2013 Targeting a Dual Detector of Skin and CO2 to Modify Mosquito Host Seeking Cell Expert Summary
11.15.2013 Climate clues as dengue fever spreads in US BBC News Basic Full Text
11.04.2013 'Wasting' disease turning West Coast starfish to mush; experts stumped Los Angeles Times Basic Full Text
10.21.2013 First New Dengue Virus Type in 50 Years Science/AAAS News Basic Full Text
10.17.2013 Disease-carrying mosquitoes spotted in state San Francisco Chronicle Basic Full Text
09.16.2013 Study shows projected climate change in West Africa not likely to worsen malaria situation MIT News Basic Full Text
09.12.2013 Viruses associated with coral epidemic of "white plague" Oregon State University Basic Full Text
09.04.2013 Health department charts out action plan to fight dengue, chikungunya Times of India Basic Full Text
08.21.2013 Can we restore the world's coral reefs? BBC News Basic Full Text
08.08.2013 Infectious diseases and climate change intersect with no simple answers National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
08.02.2013 Ecological Consequences of Sea-Ice Decline Science Expert Summary
07.31.2013 Honduras declares state of emergency over dengue fever BBC News Basic Full Text
07.17.2013 Buzz off, bugs! How to stay safe during insect season CNN Basic Full Text
06.28.2013 Interplay of Ecology, Infectious Disease, Wildlife and Human Health Featured at Annual Conference National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
06.25.2013 EU and India unite to study malaria European Commission Basic Full Text
06.07.2013 Life in the "Plastisphere": Microbial Communities on Plastic Marine Debris ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Expert Summary
06.04.2013 Drug resistance may make malaria parasites vulnerable to other substances St George's University of London Basic Full Text
05.29.2013 Malaria: The vector as protector Nature | News & Views Basic Full Text
05.22.2013 Mosquito behavior may be immune response, not parasite manipulation Penn State News Basic Full Text
05.10.2013 New Bacteria Stops Malaria Tranfer Between Mosquitoes Latinos Post Basic Full Text
04.15.2013 The changing epidemiology of malaria elimination: new strategies for new challenges The Lancet Expert Summary
04.07.2013 Dengue Cases Three Times Higher Than Thought ScienceNOW Basic Full Text
03.19.2013 Malaria epidemics and the influence of the tropical South Atlantic on the Indian monsoon Nature Climate Change Expert Summary
03.09.2013 Changing ecosystem concerns fishermen Portland Press Herald Basic Full Text
02.25.2013 March of the Pathogens: Parasite Metabolism Can Foretell Disease Ranges Under Climate Change ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
02.19.2013 Malaria infection risk influenced by daily temperature variations Penn State News Basic Full Text
02.14.2013 Underwater Whodunit: What's Killing Florida's Elkhorn Coral? National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
02.05.2013 Report: Climate change could devastate agriculture USA Today Basic Full Text
12.01.2012 Disease emergence and invasions Functional Ecology Expert Summary
11.30.2012 Emerging Vector-Borne Diseases Create New Public Health Challenge National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
09.19.2012 West Nile virus cases continue to climb, CDC says CBS News Basic Full Text
08.17.2012 Record drought conditions contribute to unprecedented levels of West Nile virus Public Radio International Basic Full Text
08.13.2012 'Robo-mosquitoes' in Margaritaville? Miami Herald Basic Full Text
04.27.2012 Monitoring EU Emerging Infectious Disease Risk Due to Climate Change Science Expert Summary
04.10.2012 Warming climate reveals links to infectious disease The Daily Climate Basic Full Text
04.05.2012 Resistance spread 'compromising' fight against malaria BBC News Basic Full Text
04.04.2012 Infectious disease: Blowing in the wind Nature News Basic Full Text
03.14.2012 With Climate Change, U.S. Could Face Risk From Chagas Disease University of Vermont Basic Full Text
02.27.2012 New Mosquito Repellant Could Be Frightening ... for the Mosquitoes! National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
02.20.2012 Animal diseases increasingly plague the oceans Agence France Presse Basic Full Text
02.02.2012 Malaria deaths hugely underestimated BBC News Basic Full Text
01.04.2012 Climate Teleconnections and Recent Patterns of Human and Animal Disease Outbreaks PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases Expert Full Text
12.13.2011 Global malaria death toll falling BBC News Basic Full Text
07.12.2011 Climate Change Drives Disease in Crucial Seaweed Species, Study Finds Reuters Basic Full Text
06.27.2011 New Information About the Circadian Rhythms of the Malaria Mosquito ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
06.10.2011 Dengue Fever Creeps Back Into the U.S. - and Climate Change Isn't Helping Time Basic Full Text
05.06.2011 Ecology of Infectious Diseases National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
02.26.2011 Transgenic Fungi May Be Able to Combat Malaria and Other Bug-Borne Diseases ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
02.23.2011 Vector Borne Disease and Climate Change Encyclopedia of Environmental Health Expert Summary
10.26.2010 Cholera kills 1,555 in Nigeria, says U.N. CNN Basic Full Text
10.13.2010 Ecology of Infectious Disease Grants Awarded by NSF, NIH National Science Foundation Press Release Basic Full Text
08.24.2010 Genetic Structure of First Animal to Show Evolutionary Response to Climate Change Determined National Science Foundation Press Release Basic Full Text
07.01.2010 Deforestation and Malaria in Mancio Lima County, Brazil Emerging Infectious Diseases Expert Full Text
05.19.2010 Malaria Control to Overcome Disease's Spread as Climate Warms ScienceDaily Basic Summary
08.07.2009 The Arctic as a model for anticipating, preventing, and mitigating climate change impacts on host-parasite interactions Veterinary Parasitology Expert Summary
07.16.2009 Killer Parasites' Genes Decoded BBC News 2 Basic Full Text
05.05.2009 Humans, Not Climate, Driving Increased Dengue Risk In Australia ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
02.16.2009 Local Climate Influences Dengue Transmission ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
02.05.2009 Researchers examine role of climate change in disease spread EurekaAlert Basic Full Text
01.01.2009 Effects of Climate Change on Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases in Europe Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infectious Diseases Expert Full Text
11.12.2008 Airport Malaria: Cause For Concern In U.S. ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
06.27.2008 Climate change enables spread of disease worldwide Daily Herald Basic Full Text
11.07.2007 The Color of Disease NASA Earth System Science Data and Services 2 Basic Full Text