The experimental vaccine is being developed by two London companies who are looking for 60 volunteers to start the clinical trials. The Phase 1 clinical trial is expected to be complete by summer 2018.
A comparison study tested a number of mosquito repellent products available in the market to determine which type is the most effective mosquito repellent.
Two months after Angola had declared an end to yellow fever, Congot finally followed after aggressive vaccination campaigns last year.
Brazil is now experiencing another mosquito-borne illness outbreak. Health officials confirmed that there are 47 cases of Yellow fever and 25 people have died.
Scientist have created a genetically modified mosquitos that are resistant to Dengue virus.
New species of invasive tropical mosquitoes alarms Florida. People in Homestead, Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale are on the lookout.
A genetically engineered malaria vaccine shows promise as a potent and effective vaccine against the potentially fatal disease.
Mosquitoes are blood-sucking insects that can bring disease from their painful stings. Here are natural ways to keep them away.
The Zika virus has been linked to Guillain-Barré syndrome, a new study is reporting.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says it is ok for mothers living in Zika-affected regions to continue to breastfeed.
Brazil will be combating Zika by sterilizing the mosquitoes that transmit the virus with gamma rays.
Health authorities in South Africa has just confirmed its first case of Zika after a Colombian businessman tested positive for the virus after showing signs and symptoms associated with the mosquito-borne illness.
Philanthropist Paul Allen announced that he would be donating $2 million in grants to help fight the Zika virus.
Florida health officials issue warning to tourists amid a statewide Zika surge and declared a public health emergency across 9 affected counties.
The World Health Organization (WHO) revealed that $56 million is needed to help combat the Zika virus until June.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.