Studies: Mosquito borne disease
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Laredo Morning Times See listing of Dengue
Fever Scroll to Archives, search for Dengue
Fever. Research how Dengue Fever affects individuals and
"Dengue is carried by only one kind of mosquito, Aedes aegyptai, and the only way to catch the disease is to be bitten by an
infected bug. In its most severe form, the disease causes internal bleeding, fever, weakness, shock and intense pain. It can also
kill, but deaths from dengue are rare, although elderly people are more at risk than others, health officials said."
Articles listed below:
Fever, By JOHN
SEVIGNY Times staff
2.Fifteen treated in
Laredo for mosquito-carried fever , BY
JOHN SEVIGNY Times staff
3. Dengue fever kills man who returned from Bangladesh,
by the Associated Press
4. Health department notes dengue threat,
BY JONATHAN BLACK Times staff writer
"Last weekend's rains created optimum breeding conditions for Aedes aegypti, the mosquito that spreads dengue fever. The city of Laredo Health
Department is running its mosquito control campaign and is asking citizens of Laredo ...
Malaria: Case Studies
To Spray or Not to Spray: That Is the Question--Malaria
and DDT. Frank J. Dinan and Joseph F. Bieron, Canisius College Case Teaching Notes for "To Spray or Not To Spray"
In this case study, students grapple with the complex
issues surrounding the use of DDT to control malaria. In their examination of the issue, students consider
risk/benefit analysis and the precautionary principle, two techniques used when making policy decision involving
the impact of science and technology on society.
DDT Case Study
Latin American and Caribbean Case Studies on Persistent Organic
Pollutants: DDT, Toxaphene, and Endosulfan in Nicaragua Latin American and Caribbean Case Studies on Persistent Organic
Pollutants: DDT, Toxaphene, and Endosulfan in Nicaragua by Mr. Mario A.
Vaughan PROMAP IMPACT OF PESTICIDES ENVIRONMENT CONTAMINATION OF
SOIL AND WATER HARM TO WILDLIFE
go to Journals Online and search various
Journals for West Nile Virus, Dengue
Fever and or Malaria http://www.who.int/hlt/virtuallibrary/English/virtuallib.htm