Nov 18, 2013
New research could help decrease dengue risk
Washington, Nov 18 : Researchers have discovered that certain household risk factors, combined with changes in rainfall and minimum temperature, could be used to predict the presence and abundance of the mosquito that transmits dengue fever.
Research Findings Will Help in the Fight Against Dengue, One of the...
A study by an international team of researchers led by Anna M. Stewart Ibarra, Ph.D., of the Center for Global Health and Translational Science at SUNY Upstate Medical University, has provided public health officials with information that will help decrease the risk of dengue, a life-threatening mosquito-borne viral disease that is now one of the ... (more)
Ecuador President Looks to Expand Relations with Russia
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa on Tuesday here made a definite push for cooperation with Russia in energy matters and in other strategic sectors.