The impact of climate change on infectious diseases in Europe has been assessed in the first large-scale study, with results suggesting the affects could be greater than previously thought.
We speak to the Aaron Hoyles, the Program Manager of Break Dengue about their disease-surveillance tool, Dengue Track, eHealth and their plans for the future.
An analysis of a large, nationwide health insurance database reveals a rapid increase in multiple recurring Clostridium difficile infections in the United States.
Progression dynamics of Zika fever outbreak in El Salvador during 2015–2016: a mathematical modeling approach
In this research article the authors utilize mathematical modeling to investigate the effect of different parameters that affected mosquito-borne transmission of Zika virus during 2015–2016 outbreak in El Salvador.
Take a look at our infographic detailing the current burden of NTDs and the goals set out by the WHO’s Roadmap – are we on track to meet targets?
DeWorm3: Demonstrating the feasibility of interrupting the transmission of soil-transmitted helminths
It may be possible to interrupt the transmission of soil-transmitted helminths, which affect nearly 2 billion individuals globally. Here, the authors give an overview of the DeWorm3 project, which aims to test the feasibility of interrupting soil-transmitted helminth transmission.
Researchers have discovered that low levels of vitamin A are associated with a 10-fold increase in the risk of developing tuberculosis among household contacts of TB patients.
Viral hepatitis is a leading cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide, take a look at our infographic to uncover more about this disease, its burden and the current treatment options.
Researchers have utilized mathematical modelling to assess whether US goals for HIV transmission and incidence are possible, discovering a serious reduction is achievable if other key goals are met.
Researchers have utilized LAMP technology to develop a new rapid and sensitive low-cost test for Zika virus; they hope it will allow more effective tracking of disease spread.