New cases of West Nile virus springing up around the country are a reminder that the virus can continue to cause new infections well into fall, as mosquitoes continue to stay active where it’s still warm.
Although West Nile virus activity is set to taper off in the coming weeks, state health agencies are continue to report new cases, reminding the public that mosquito activity and new infections may continue well into fall.
New research on the Zika virus, how ticks are helping us learn more about HIV, and a rare mosquito-borne virus that has sprung up in the United States, round out the topics for our Top 5 articles of the week.
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