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Packaged almost like baby wipes, Repel's Mosquito Repellent Wipes can help protect you from insects that can transmit Zika, dengue and West Nile virus.
Rossello said the symptoms can be confused with those of other illnesses, including dengue, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was helping to investigate.
For each of the previous 15 years, Townsville had recorded a dengue outbreak.
More than 600 children came down with symptomatic dengue, and 44 of them developed DHF/DSS.
For instance, the Aedes aegypti mosquito that spreads dengue, Zika and yellow fever, among other viruses, is finding more places to live.
And a 2,000-year-old Chinese medical encyclopedia describes what scientists believe to be a case of dengue.
Malaria, Zika and dengue among other diseases spread as a warmer climate extends the range mosquitoes travel.
Deaths from dengue have increased worldwide, particularly in the Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Caribbean regions, the report states.
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First Known Use: 1828See Words from the same year
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