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Dengue outbreaks are common occurrences in certain regions of the world, including Malaysia, with research ongoing to try and stem its tide.
The dengue virus is transmitted from person to person via the Aedes aegypti mosquito; therefore, decreasing the number of these mosquitoes will mean decreasing the number of dengue cases.
In conjunction with the Year of the Earth Pig in 2019, we take a look at some piggy idioms and the health lessons we can learn from them.
Studies have shown that the dengue vaccine saves governments money in the management of dengue fever.
It is important to know more about dengue fever and its transmission, here are things you got wrong about dengue fever.
A quick survey carried out by us reveals some worrying aspects about the current level of knowledge about the Zika virus and its effects.
The WHO has developed a strategic response plan for Zika virus infections. We need the surveillance and response indicators in place.
Global air travel means that this infectious disease, currently on the rise in Africa, can easily spread to Asia.
There is growing evidence that Zika can be sexually transmitted, says the WHO. Here is what you must know.
Clinicians who have to manage the marked increase in disease burden of dengue wonder if and when the new dengue vaccine will be available for use in Malaysia.