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"dengue fever" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:53 min | Last month

"dengue fever" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"There are rare cases where you can see things happen. Sometimes your immunity is your own worst enemy. I had dengue fever. I contracted it when I was in Panama Is Ana Jenna Bush's details She was writing a book called Like Anna's Hope or Something, and I was In Panama for six months with her Was watching the Bears. Indianapolis called Super Bowl got very sick. We had a little security room next door to where she was. I wasn't on post at the time, obviously. And I went from 0 to 6. The illness like that. You know how when you get it cold, Jim, you know how it comes on kind of slow. That's not how it happened with me with that gave fever. I went from feeling fine to collapsing in under an hour. I felt terrible. So we found out later When I got home that I had dengue fever, they can only tell after the fact you get tested for the antibodies. I bring it up because sometimes there's this thing that happens, called Antibody dependent enhancement with immunity. Wearing cases with dengue fever. If you contract dengue fever again, and it's a different serotype of the virus, it comes from a day mosquito called the eighties Egypt. I Today mosquito. It's not a dusk mosquito. If you contract the different serotype The disease can be even worse. It uses your own. The pathogen uses your own immune response against you. If you get dengue the second time and it's a different serotype. You can get what's called hemorrhagic fever, which in many cases is fatal. Is hemorrhaging this, but it's nasty. It's you can look it up. I'm not again. I'm not making any. So. The only reason I know it because I had dengue fever, and it really sucked. The point is natural immunity. It's not you don't have to be an advanced level PhD doctor of philosophy and biochemistry, understand it. Just pick up any Vallone computer or book an immunity works the way immunity works. Liberals like to believe they have custody over the science that somehow if you're not an epidemiologist, you can't read or understand the basic 10 intial course of science. So why are we talking about natural immunity when it comes to coronavirus? I answered the question when I started this segment because it doesn't contribute to the hysteria. So if we've understood natural immunity forever against rhinoviruses flu viruses, um all kinds of pathogens in the body. Why are we talking about it now? Because they don't want you to know that roughly 120 million people have already been infected with some variant of the coronavirus and may have some may have some form of durable immunity to Coronavirus infections. They don't want you to know that. Why? Because it doesn't contribute to the hysteria. Wait. You're telling me if I was infected? I may have some form of immunity. We don't know how long it lasts yet. Why? We've only had the coronavirus with us for a year and a half. We have no idea. We'll have to check back in nine or 10 years to figure out how long it lasts. That's called science. The left is abandoned that because they don't want people to understand that you if you've been infected, may have may have some form of durable immunity. They don't want that out there because then you won't panic and he won't run around, setting your hair on fire giving up your civil liberties to left this I'm going to give it to you. It's a great piece out there. By Cheryl Atkinson. A great reporter acas. I always say your name wrong. Sorry, Adkisson. The pieces of my newsletter that Bongino dot com slash newsletter. If you'd like to check it out. It's called Covid 19 natural immunity compared to vaccine induced immunity. The definitive summary. It's an excellent piece. It has actual science in it. Liberals. Actual science, Not what you heard from Brian Stelter or Chuck Todd at CNN or NBC. Actual scientific peer reviewed studies on natural immunity Now before I get into it, just let me throw this caveat in there comparing natural immunity to vaccine induced immunity. Is, in a way, almost comparing apples to oranges. You can't compare apples to apples because With natural cases of immunity. There's obviously there's a mortality effect. Sadly, people die. Would you when they get Corona at a higher rate than people who have perished due to the vaccine, So it's not the same group. You get what I'm saying. You may be looking at people who just had some kind of a more robust immune response because they survived it, So it's not exactly apples to apples, but the comparison you can still garner useful information. Okay? Hear from Cheryl Atkinson's peace, she says. But there's promising news to be found with a natural and acquired immunity statistics. According to virologist. As of May 29th, the CDC estimates more than 120 million Americans, more than one in three have already battled Covid. With an estimated 6/10 of 1%, who died. The other 99 4.4% of those infected survived coronavirus with a presumed immune status that appears to be superior to that which comes with vaccination that comes with vaccination. That's her words in her piece. Now she goes on to do this crazy thing. Liberals have a tough time within the media. It's called science Ng, where she quote she can't do that. She's not an epidemiologist. This is it of the hilarity of liberty. Same liberals telling you that the open border in the South isn't contributing to the coronavirus pandemic and citing so called science are the same liberals who will object to a reporter, citing actual studies here. She cites an actual study. There. It is right there on the paper. I want to hear what it says again actual science about natural immunity. They don't want you to hear this because they want everybody to believe they're going to die from a very and tomorrow morning, so you'll give the more your civil liberties. Quote from the piece. Longitudinal analysis shows durable and broad immune memory after a SARS covid to infection with persisting antibody responses, and memory B and T cells. This is dated July. 20th 2021.

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"dengue fever" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on NPR News Now

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"dengue fever" Discussed on Bad Friends

Bad Friends

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on Bad Friends

"What are you doing the movie. The body and i did together. It's called hero mode is coming out. So it's like i'm going to the premier and do like in austin. Yeah but i saw a review of the movie and it was not good. Yeah i review the movie and they said like oh there was this cringe line in the movie and i was like. Oh i think that's my line. The line i forget what it was but i was pretty sure. That was my line So we'll see romo mode. What do you do in the movie. I'm a teacher. What does he do. Bobby's the principal of the school celena lever. Imagine a terrible now. It's going to be bad if you both are in it together. What is it so we're doing a game in which both of you are playing the other person okay. So you have to be. Like eric. And eric has to be laying. You know shit. i'll give here. We go everybody every all right. Let's do it okay. let's go what do you think is your best and worst quality. My best quality is my loyalty and my worse. Quality is probably my standup go. That way. okay. I said loyalty upfront. You turned it. Starts sweet in comedy show out all right go ahead. What kind of things will you be doing ten years from now in a you me. Okay now guy what we'd be doing ten years fighting off skin cancer because the sun really affects my. Yeah we get it bro. Let me let me do this. Can i answer that. i'll be here. I'll be. I'll eric asked me again. I'm america ahead asian. Baby we're going to adopt. We'll it'll be like eight years old by then nineteen car. What does it say very yeah. Things will be in ten years. Oh this old as bitch ari go ahead. Sarah rudy gets to answer. I'm gonna be rudy. And then rudy gets to be eric that'll be i'll be bobby. He's not here yet. But it's got to be traded off some in this room So i'll be rudy and then rudy will be eric. Yes so ask me i'm rudy. Okay hey rudy yes. What is your perfect weekend. slip with the dogs slip. Okay go ahead. now you're eric. She's got to be you. That's fair the guy you let him off the hook. Sheer eric rudy your eric. I'll be here on this question. What is the strangest dream you have ever had. Oh this.

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"dengue fever" Discussed on Bad Friends

Bad Friends

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on Bad Friends

"I love giving you boo. He broke glass now but it has ever watch comedy specials I've seen jo jo koy right. That of course who else would say. And by the way. And that's why netflix's does that drive. He looks like you. You like this guy that looks like you. How did you like yoko special. And it's funny. I liked to have you ever seen anybody else's John malini right. You like john mullane. We talked about that. you know. he's not single anymore. Well he looks like older version of the guy she likes. So she's saying. Oh my god is going to end up looking like this is like a tall skinny. Puppet guy looks like a young. They all stocks machine. They all start john. Mullany did not look like that. Turn into a fucking monster ventriloquist. No but but now he does not look like those young guys he no no but but so you've seen mullany seen joey's that's it Trevor noah. oh k. Would you think about that. I liked it you. Did you really feel andrew. Just said you did andrews about the call george. I take that out. Pick that part of no. I've never. I've only seen one thing. He's ever done what i'm saying is there's so many there's too many there's too. Yeah there is too many and you know what it's all gonna stop now. Oh wait could we listen. It's over now. Netflix's cornered the market. They overpaid for comedy. So people will walk down the street and go. Hey do you have a special net flicks. That's what i did that. So they own it now. It used to be. Hbo remember how it used to be the thing they were the coming up. I want to get a special. That was of every comic. Now it's like. I don't even know. I don't even know what the dream is anymore as a comic. I think the dream is to continue jay. Leno dream is to go viral. That's the dream. The dream is just to create a big fan base and have them go. See you live. That's why the same thing. But i'm saying it's not about that's good now because now we can continue to make your own because you know because now it's like you know. We need it before. I want people to see me life. That's all i really want but come see me live and half but i'm saying before there was only there was only certain outlets in entertainment so you had to go that route right so that's why it seemed if all you got to work this hard to get like a sitcom to get a special right but now look you could be funny christian comic. Who got a million followers and you make five hundred thousand dollars a year. More kids are selling out arenas me. I'm saying it's crazy there. There's a niche market for this. Even that guy. What's his name. Darren criss or whatever. His name is country momma momma country. Whatever the hell is the guy that got clowned at at. Oh it just for just for laughs. Southern momma momma. That's darren night aaron and we'll go to the images images obviously. I don't wanna see a video. He he guy it just for laughs with us. This guy is right. What do we do. He came to just for laughs. He was a that worth. He's he he was on the comics to watch right variety when you and you and i were together one. This is one of the many years that we were there. But like i remember he did his gala right and he bombed and he went home because it didn't go well right like he freaked down on. This was like he was to onstage. Criticizing the other comics. Oh he was already by then. They confronted him in the hallway. I read was like don't want in on him in the hallway. Talking shit he just what he was saying the stuff he was saying like you know like two million is wrong. These things these by the way. zoom in on that website real on that website. Just oh no no. No just just pension paul pinch pinch your fingers. Jesus george go back. You know how you can just pull your fingers on there. You go look at the website that we try to verify. Gla- google club gang of glue. Get glue gang official. Yeah that's we're gonna go there from but anyway the guy so much money i know it. Because he's like on on On facebook to so what. I'm saying like it's no knock on him. What i've seen is he has his following. Yeah no yeah. That's what you need to create. That's so like so. Now it's now we're in a situation where you don't need like i on instagram. And i'm like i actually. I had lunch with this kid the other day. His his name is semi math. Forget how to say his name but anyway he's like he's rolling with these like network boys. Yeah i know who they are. Yeah he rolls them. These these people they sixty million dollars in merch lashed. I know yeah. They got you know. And this kid's like he's got two million followers. He's so huge on the internet. You know he wants to be a comics. So i met with them and also we gotta go to open mcmahon. You know what. I mean like you know or just tour. Who cares. but that's why. I said to him to do his own. Set it up. You know. But but i was like It just was it just. It's amazing like it's amazing how we're now in a day and age where you can have your own fan base. The no one has to know anything about right. You know what i mean. Hey you can live in your own little live your own little. You have your own lanes. It's really amazing. Well it's nice amazing time. So are you torn by the way. I told them to like and i start getting stuff because i'm going to get out. I just went to west palm beach. I'm gonna be. I'm in austin this week but i'm gonna go for..

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"dengue fever" Discussed on Bad Friends

Bad Friends

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on Bad Friends

"To be a comic actor he'll be rewarded for never maturing for never understanding are learning. That every day can't be about him. There's other people you selfish. Astle this bobby. Truly all of this money worked very hard for i. Slept in lately worked to the drugstore. My drugs attention. I'm an addict. But i get rewarded. I get paid to indulge in my habit. It's all an illusion wearing makeup wearing makeup makeup. It's great man. It's great i'm doing it. No justice by the way but what my point is like. He's director the cobblestones deep. It's a deep wonderful song about what it's like to be a comic. I think he has good in toronto struggle. I think at this specialist pro portraying those things. That's great my only problem with these alternative specials traditional right. I'm just saying that's call it. Let's make a new thing. Well it's called key making the comedy special because even back in the day when you saw like Like a we call them. One man shows one woman show right and you knew you weren't watching a comedy special. That's you're watching a different piece of art. Yeah so what. I don't appreciate is that now. They're doing these things and then shitting on the people that go the art form of going onstage and just doing standard just doing standup as if like oh. This isn't enough right. Say what are you talking about two separate thing too so totally separate thing. But i don't like that but the problem is now with like the youth like her age range. They don't they weren't used to that so like all their used to now is categorically a tiktok guy is a comedian. Do you know what i'm saying. The lines are blurred. I hear what you're saying. Yeah but i disagree as that being the reason what is it. No they are used to it. They just don't like because it sucks. I'm straight up. Yeah like listen to me. You go on netflix. And you look. How many comedy specials they have on there yeah they suck them a good amount of them just the ones that are good. They stand out. You know it's hard to make. It's a hard thing to achieve in anyone about the person not being funnier whatever. It is hard to capture what happens in live show. It's impossible so and then they were just handing out specials like candy. It didn't matter the most famous person in guatemala. You're getting a special famous person in fucking pick a country in europe. We're going to give you a special. And they just were like inundating. The these these young people with like all this stuff every network showtime hbo netflix amazon. And so now. If i was young now you'd be like why did they call it special because it's not anymore so i don't think it is anything to do with like they're not used to it. They're just like oh that's the thing that they do that. No one likes her watches. The problem is comedy is so hard to capture is. It is so so inherently specials are tough like they really just have to be a moment in time. That's why like eddie shit was great. 'cause it was a moment in time. He's also phenomenal performance. The comic a moment in time shit was happening it was. It was like an amalgamation of like his job. He's just becoming mega famous. He's a great writer. He's a great performer. He's just becoming globally famous. Like that was just timing was perfect. Seamless chapelle timing was perfect for dave. Yes but i don't even know if that's how a great special is born. But i was like the timing is perfect but with him dummy. And what's the timing of six specials. I just think that no. I'm saying when they first crack the first power. See the reason that they crack is because you know like sebastian didn't pop until his fourth special or what. But that's because the timing wasn't right for the early ones he wasn't he wasn't funny. He was funny. But we're all funny. Everyone that's good enough professional. You're funny you'll go ripa room anywhere. This special. the idea of a special. Bobby won't make one which i agree with because it's so hard to capture what you really want to put down forever and you have to have material..

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EPA Approves Release Of Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes In Florida Next Year

Mark Levin

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

EPA Approves Release Of Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes In Florida Next Year

"Of genetically modified food. But what about genetically modified mosquito? Sometime next year? They will be released in the Florida Keys to try to combat insect borne diseases like dengue fever and the Zika virus. A biotech company said released millions of male mosquitoes that would breed with females. But because of the modification, their young would not survive. Which would in theory, reduce the number of mosquitoes that would transmit those illnesses. I'm Lisa let Sarah and Mrs Fox News

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"dengue fever" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The bubonic plague has been reported in Colorado and dengue fever has been reported in Florida. Knowledge is what about the Nile? Anything? Any connections with West Nile virus? I didn't even think about that the West in the West Nile virus. They're ready to call and say, beware. It's in New York right now be where mosquitoes were carrying. West Nile. They're carrying dengue fever in Florida and squirrels or create are carrying the bubonic plague in Colorado. Allergies. So you have nuclear accidents, disease and denial, and everything with Dr Helder said, is coming true, Isn't it weird? And is that Do I understand that right meanie Minie Chico over person has something to do with the devil knocks three times. Well, it's the writing on the wall. It's the idea that you've been numbered and wanting you your kingdom is is dying and you may face the consequences. And you may also be dethroned. It's the idea that you know. Are you going to let the devil in We let the devil in If we have, you know, that's that's the problem with how we're going to get him out. Once you let the devil in the door. It's hard to get him to go away because if you've invited him in, it's hard to get him to go away. It's just like if you let these people wield their power over you, it's going to be a hell of a project to get him to roll it back. And it's been that way now since Kobe 19. How many governors have you know? Mandated draconian ideas and laws and arbitrary laws and ideas? And we cannot get them to roll back on their power. Their too power hungry and they want to hold onto their power and keep us all locked down. They don't want us to do anything. You want us to live in the process. We're losing..

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"dengue fever" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So what this does is it causes vaccines to make the symptoms of the infections worse instead of preventing the virus cementing healthy cells the anybody's help them do so this happened as recently as two thousand sixteen with the dengue fever with an eight hundred thousand Filipino school children were given a vaccine and instead it made things a lot worse including killing six hundred of the children so what what what happens then well the reality is at some point in time we're gonna I believe find a treatment even before vaccine ever emerges we're going to find a treatment for doesn't mean it's going to be full proof doesn't mean it's going to say sure everybody and fix everything but it'll be kind of like getting a C. pack you go you say Hey we should test you for the flu you know of the flu we're gonna test you for crossfire so you've got the coronavirus take this they should it really mitigate most of the the the symptoms and the damages and then you're you know that that it could cause and then you'll be up and around in X. amount of days in some cases does matter some people are going to be but some people that are dying if they caught the flu and they got a really bad they would have a tough time surviving.

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"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

15:09 min | 1 year ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Also its distribution could creep northwards during the warmer months especially in port cities thanks to the widespread distribution of age if die and even in those more northern or more southern places like a little bit outside of the mosquitoes year a year long environmental requirements it would just be reintroduced yet to be like. Oh it's warm. In the summer I'll die off in the winter and then be reintroduced Yep knowing the the evolutionary origins of Donges one thing but when did humans actually I recognize the disease. Yeah so it's around the late eighteenth century seventeen seventy nine to be exact act that we see what is considered to be the first angie pandemic in seventeen seventy nine. There are descriptions of donkey like illness and Java in in Egypt and in the following year we see it pop up in Philadelphia and this is actually when it gets its colloquial name breakbone fever was coined by Benjamin Rush and He was also a physician. And so to give you an idea of the scale of this epidemic in Philadelphia. He saw over the course of. You've like two months around a thousand people. He treated them for donkey two months. One thousand people in Philadelphia he alone. Yeah wow and so. I couldn't find an exact estimate of the total number of people likely infected but probably it was pretty high. Wait a second at this. Is the one recovered. Memory I have from the time that we talked about Dan game. Florida Benjamin Rush is one of the founding father. Yeah Ah so glad souci one. Bit of Trivia Trivia at the blind pig Mhm Benjamin Rush Rush Snail founding fathers. Gosh moving on anyway. So this. The epidemic in Philadelphia from Benjamin Russia's description was pretty likely donkey. Okay Egypt Tipton. Java may have been chicken Guna. There's been a lot of recent debate over whether these early descriptions are actually chicken Guna virus as opposed to donkey virus but in any case case it seems that Philadelphia was pretty likely and that's the earliest more like convince most convincing instance there there are descriptions of donkey like disease and a Chinese encyclopedia dating back to the year. Nine nine two. whoa yeah and in this encyclopedia? This disease is referred to as water poison and was known to be associated with flying insects that kind of water so -squitoes in the symptoms of this disease. Sound a lot like Danke. You've got the fever rash. I pain bleeding sometimes. High mortality and this also lends further support to do the hypothesis that the virus originated in Asia But anyway the virus was circulating throughout like much of the world during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries with an estimated eight pandemics each lasting three to seven years while seventeen seventy nine to nineteen in sixteen. Wow Yeah with the disease that is as old and in particularly as wide ranging as Dan Ghei it makes sense sense it would accumulate a few names over its lifetime. I love the name Yes. I hope that there's another one that you remember because I did a little more digging. Okay Okay so the word Dong I seems to pop up in Spain around eighteen o one and researchers think that the most likely origin of that was actually from the Sahili name for for the disease. Key Dinka PEPO. Meeting a disease characterized by sudden cramp like seizure caused by an evil spirit at sounds familiar. Okay yeah so it was called Dingo Donga from the early nineteenth century on but it had a lot of other names we already heard water poison Pretty heard breakbone fever break riccarton fever. Oh yeah you ever that one I do that all the all. The women that Benjamin rush treated were crying. They were crying women. Yeah Ben and was like well these poor ladies and their heartbreak. No Sh one of one of the supposed patients who have like you should call it braveheart fever because I'm just broken hearted gracious scar. Latina Rheumatic polka fever. Ephemeral fever and are the most baffling one at the time. Dandy Fever Dandy fever. Yes you remember this. We were like what the heck is a dandy and I I was thinking of that character in American horror story. That's who I think of. I still haven't seen that so no well everyone else. You know the circus season then. It's the guy who is a really horrible person. But he's like a dandy. I think he's a dandy. Tell me what's a dandy. Okay so I did a little sleuthing which basically basically means that. I went to wikipedia article for Dandy which is pretty lengthy. Actually cool all right. So according to wikipedia quote Dandy historically is a man who places particular importance on physical appearance refined language and leisurely hobbies pursued. With the appearance of nonchalance. It's in a cult of self like Yankee doodle Dandy Yankee doodle Dandy added feather picket. He puts a feather in his cap because he's concerned about his appearance. He called it macaroni. He he wanted to stand out exactly. Yeah Yeah Okay. So that's a dandy. That's Dandy I'd still don't understand me in terms of Dandy fever. It doesn't make any sense. It's any hypotheses. Send them our way. Yep Okay so that stink at and also hopefully a little bit more about out Dandy Fever. Yeah than we still not. An answer still unanswered okay. So anyway the Disease Dung was known by at least the late seventeen hundreds but it would take a bit before some of its biological characteristics were discovered so once scientists may the link between mosquitoes and yellow fever which is in the late eighteen hundreds. They kind I got the feeling that donkey was also transmitted by mosquitoes and that took a little bit longer to show but they did show it. Let's have these infected mosquitoes bite bite. Humans human volunteers quote unquote. And then right after that researchers discovered that donkey was caused by filter bowl transmissible agent which back then Dan before microscopy microbiology advanced was pretty much going. It was a virus. The viruses would isolated until nineteen nineteen forty-three. This was during a right after the Nagasaki Dangi epidemic of nineteen forty two which had over twenty three thousand reported cases. Wow and so at this time. Researchers isolated some serum from someone who was infected and then they injected it in to the brains of suckling mice. Nice Oh and it gave them Dangi. Okay Weird but the important thing about this was that this isolation of this virus allowed allowed researchers to also look at the different strains in which strains causing outbreaks So that was pretty important so speaking of strains up up to this point this history is mostly about the history of dengue viruses but not specifically Denki hemorrhagic fever right. And that's because that's really its own part of the story so so let's go to the nineteen forties for that so I've talked before many times every episode probably about how important war there is in terms of disease transmission don gay and Dengue Hemorrhagic. Fever are no exceptions to that during World War Two especially in the Pacific and Asian theaters ters of war. There was massive destruction of like everything. The landscape both natural and urban was just destroyed aid and so in urban areas in particular the infrastructure for water supplies or draining and plumbing essentially collapsed and people had to store water in large containers. There's a lot of water. Pools would form rather than drain your speedo populations grew enormously and they found plenty of hosts as people. We're also on the move. Both during and following the war with a huge influx into urban centers and the urban centers couldn't keep up with the growth both in terms of infrastructure. And so you just have like all all of a sudden these mosquitoes are like while we have plenty of hosts theory to be able to do our thing and collapsing infrastructure with plenty of places for water to collect and exactly YEP. It's sort of like a perfect storm of yes bad things happening so the other thing it is that during the nineteen forties during the war. And after you have masses moving of people not just like from the rural centers to urban centers you who have like movement across the entire world. What this turned into was no longer a one strain one city situation Suddenly there were two or three or four dengue virus strains mixing in the same location and that as we know is how you get dengue hemorrhagic fever. Of course this has been described before but it was really sporadic. Okay and like the exception. But in the in the years after World War Two two there were epidemics of dengue hemorrhagic fever of a very large scales and since then they have pretty much only. Correct me if I'm wrong. But only increased in frequency and and geographic spread size many cases. Yeah Yeah so we see the first epidemics of dengue hemorrhagic. Fever in Southeast Asia in the nineteen fifties and sixties starting starting in one thousand. Nine hundred three in Manila in the Philippines and then these epidemics up first words sporadic every few years but then they grew in size as trade and urbanization populations increased epidemic of dengue hemorrhagic. Fever in the Americas lagged. A bit behind these epidemics in Southeast Asia popping only in the late nineteen seventies early nineteen eighties and this delay was possibly due to simple geography but also probably had something something to do with the widespread mosquito eradication campaigns throughout the Americas in the twentieth century. I WanNa talk a little bit about these campaigns because I think they're important not only in understanding the current landscape of mosquito borne disease risk across the Americas. But also it's a really good example of why it's so important to work interdisciplinarity and how quickly things can be undone. Oh Yeah Yeah. The anti-mosquito campaigns in the Americas were initially spurred on by a desire to get rid of pest. Mosquitoes like it was. It was before the the true extent of the disease causing capabilities that the mosquitoes were known. And so mostly it was just like these are annoying. These are horrible annoying. And till until you've read some of these quotes like I can't really blame them like it. Sounds Madness okay let me. Here's one this is an English settler. Okay they said the noise they make in. Flying cannot be conceived by persons who have only heard nats in England. That's one and a Catholic priest said the greatest torment in comparison with which all the rest would be but sport is the mosquitoes the cruel persecution of the mosquitoes. The plague of Egypt. I was no more cruel. Little insect has caused more swearing since the French have been in Mississippi than had previously taken place in all the world so we're swearing in Mississippi than in all strange sentence. That is a really weird attendance but it does seem that mosquitoes were like unheard of. Were annoying super annoying. Yeah and they did drive people out of towns they slowed tourism and they reduce property values and so people particularly landowners wanted something to be done even though it started out as this like. Let's get rid of nuisance mosquitoes angle. It soon took on public health. You know motivations as well once the links between yellow fever and mosquitoes Dan game. Mosquitoes and Malaria Clarion mosquitoes. Wants those were all uncovered right and also once the in the in the yellow fever episode. We talked about the elimination of mosquitoes and reduction in in yellow fever in the predominantly White Panama Canal Zone. Exactly so that kind of was like oh it can be done so maybe we should try it and it started started in New Jersey of all places New Jersey New Jersey. They were one of the most vocal about mosquito problem. And so that's where this began. Basically the first strategy of this campaign was to essentially use oil as they did in Panama to dump it in mosquito breeding grounds like standing water water and then this side and whatever but it's really bad for the environment dump oil in so bunch of fish died. Ride a bunch of other animals. Use any aquatic animals. Plants also died. Did the in. Castor oil kidding throwback two weeks ago and also only a subset of mosquitoes were affected by the oil and so they were like we need another solution. Yeah the fishermen women were like this. Can't we don't have standing for this. Yeah so they were like let's drain these marshes and swamps and wetlands great great Plame mm-hmm guys rate plan. And they were like well no matter that there are hundreds of thousands of acres of this. Let's do it anyway And they did run into some problems. One was just the sheer size of the project that they were trying to undertake one was funding. And the other was that not everyone wanted to have their land be drained so then there were laws put in place starting a New Jersey Than California followed suit saying that any standing water is a public nuisance and the person would either be fined or agree to comply to have their land drained. Mosquito engineering is what it was called called by the Nineteen Twenty S. This anti-mosquito campaigns were pretty much set up across the US. With one exception being Florida Florida's seemed to be strangely resistant. They love their mosquitoes down there. It's always mosquito Gita season as we learn as we learned when we were there but whiskey to control cost money and it wasn't exactly promising Missing results because it would be like. Oh yeah new. Jersey was doing great and then there would be heavy rains. One year all work would be undone shocking and everything else died so yeah but then some unexpected.

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"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

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13:55 min | 1 year ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Only a couple of days of you bleeding out the families and your got or you going into shock because all of the plasma has left your your bloodstream. You have no blood for your heart heart pump essentially so if you survive then you'll enter the recovery phase which in theory in itself actually happens happens relatively quickly like your blood vessels kind of heal themselves and stop leaking relatively quickly within two or three days. But you can imagine that this has caused a lot of damage to your body overall so actual recovery like you feeling better can take weeks at a time. Okay how many people do you survive so overall I severe dengue if you get treatment. The overall mortality rate is like one to five percent but once once a person goes into shock if they don't have treatment it's like a twenty five to thirty percent mortality rate but if you do receive treatment it's mostly supportive. CARE is entirely supportive care. Yeah so it's a lot of like fluid resuscitation to try and come back that fluid leakage so a lot of IV fluids and things like that to keep your blood to keep your blood vessels full full of fluid. Okay Yeah and that's pretty successful. Yeah I mean it. Reduces the mortality rate from twenty five percent to one to five percent so K.. That's that's pretty damn good. Yeah Yeah Okay. So there's a couple things that we need to talk about. When we talk about these severe forms of Dan Gay I I is that? There's a lot of differences in the severity. Not just based on whether or not it was your first or second infection. So Co Morbidity is like if you already already have a number of CO morbidity say like diabetes hypertension maybe immune compromise. These things are obviously going to make it more likely that you might have a more severe dengue gay whether or not. It's your first or second infection. Also overall very mia so how much virus you get exposed supposed to overall is also going to help define whether or not you have severe dengue or not The strain of the virus can also play parts. Some strains are more likely than others and for some reason I didn't write down which ones those were I think so. I think it's number two in at least in the Americas is associated with hemorrhagic. That make sense Indra. It'd be worth getting a guest two or three but I have a question that's related to this. This is the one I wrote down. Oh excellent so dang the hemorragic fever happens when you get infected with a second strain or different strain the new I were infected with. Are there different combinations of strains that like will lead to that being more severe or more likely to occur. Maybe that's not so nearly it's a good question like like if you get infected with one first and then into versus two first and then one right. Yeah good question. I don't I don't know based on what I've read about but I'm sure there's some EPI studies out there that are looking into that the have looked into it. It's a really good question. And is there any partial immunity conferred based on like yellow fever. If you've been exposal a fever or Zeka or other viruses you'd I don't think so I don't think so yeah. I don't think that they're even though they're all five of irises. I don't think they're similar enough to provide any you sort of crossing any anything like that. Yeah good questions though so fun okay. And then the other people who are more likely to have severe dengue regardless of number of infection our children and the elderly and this is a couple of reasons both children and the elderly have kind of a lower threshold for capillary leakage. To begin with so they're at increased. Risk for bleeding in general. They're like in older people. There capillaries capillaries are just kind of weak and in children. They're not fully formed and so they're more likely to have leakage from that bleeding especially is more common in older her older adults and things then in children okay but we talked briefly about how infants can be born with antibodies to Dan. Gay So a group that's at very very high risk of severe dengue hemorrhagic fever. Dengue Shock Syndrome. Andrew is infants that have maternal antibodies to Dan gay still circulating so if a mom was infected and then the baby is born with those antibodies. If that baby gets infected with another strain of dengue they're very very high risk of going on to develop severe symptoms. But how would you'd like if if only twenty percent of people show signs or know that they've been infected with with Dang Gay. Then how do you know. That's that's the thing. How do you know you scared you? It's really scary. Yeah and there's no screening protocol and any places that were like during pregnancy. Yeah I not that I know of account that I know of. Yeah so then the question becomes why why is it that a secondary infection with dengue is worse than a first infection. Yeah that's very bizarre right so I can't tell if this is a true guests or recovered memory but is it something like the way in the nineteen eighteen flu where it's like the immune system. Tom Just goes like Super Ham. Good question that's that is one of the hypotheses that was out there for a long time that it's kind of like a cytokine kind response. Yeah that was what happened in one thousand nine hundred. I was looking store. Just maybe not a recovered memory. That's one of the hypotheses that are out there. There's a number of different hypotheses out there as to what exactly is the cause of this secondary severe infection. The exact mechanism isn't entirely clear. But the most the most parsimonious in the most well supported hypothesis is called antibody dependent enhancement mint. And I will say the fact that infants who are born with antibodies only like to me that provides really good support to this hypothesis surfaced. Because the idea is basically this if you have antibodies against let's say dengue strain number one. These antibodies are are similar to the antibodies that you would make to Denver number two. But they're not exactly the same and so for some reason these antibodies bind to to Deng number two virus right and when antibodies bind. What they do is they encourage your white blood cells to engulf that virus in order to kill it right? That's the point of an antibody. It's like a flag that our immune system puts on viruses so these antibodies that you've made to Deng one flagging gay too do but they don't do it perfectly and for some reason what that does is. It causes the virus when it gets into the white blood cells which remember member is where Deng wants to be them. Weirding gay replicates it causes a massive amount of replication. So something about the antibodies. They are a little bit mismatched. Binding to that. Virus enhances their ability to replicate and then increases VIRA MIA right also. What's really interesting about this? Is that these strains evolved in relation. Because that's how strains evolve and so this is a recent thing so it just so happens that it turned out to be really really really bad for humans. Yeah and really good for the virus if it's increasing viral Jimmy right because the more virus you have circulating then the more likely mosquito is going to be able to pick up that virus and transmit it to the next host. That's really fascinating though it is and there's a number of really cool papers out there looking into like you know getting more detail on an on or more support for this hypothesis. So that is Dan Gay. That's the biology. That's how it gets sick. That's how kills you. It's a horrible illness and we'll talk later about how many people it kills every year Aaron with income from why is it why is it here and why is it so bad gray questions. Let's take a quick break and then we'll begin excellent Danke virus all of its types probably originated in Asia and then kind of exploded out from there and there has been some debate about whether really originated or diversified in Asia or Africa. But most things that I read suggested Asia as the origin. Okay so about two thousand to four thousand years ago. The Dengue virus which had been hiding hiding out in the jungle hitched. A ride in a type of mosquito species that likes to hang around human settlements and these mosquitoes probably transmitted the infection Shen to these small human settlements but then these outbreaks were like little bursts that they would happen infrequently everyone would get exposed and then everyone everyone would gain immunity and then gay would retreat and wouldn't be seen again until the number of -ceptable in that settlement would increase point where an outbreak could happen again So then that kind of like that cycle continued on and on until human started to live in bigger and bigger groups and the distance between these settlements are group's shrink and then things like commerce and migrations led to the group's being like more and more connected and over the course of that time it was kind of a one location one strain situation but evolution happens and and different strains Dangi start to evolve and they would also make the leap from the synthetic cycle. So I think originally Deng did circulate. In primates rate it makes human primates. Yeah it makes sense that it came from non human primates specified onto humans. Or whatever right and so more four and more strains made this leap from justice elastic cycle of monkeys and mosquitoes to then this urban cycle or more urban cycle of mosquitoes and humans but still even though more strains evolved there was still geographical isolation among the strain. So you know one strain would be in this location. Wants to at that location and there wasn't a whole lot of opportunities for overlap. It did of course happen occasionally but not that often but it's kind of in a way having these different strains is really interesting because researchers can compare the DNA sequences of these strains and put a time line on their their emergence agents and where they emerged as well Okay so this general pattern that I just described one strain outbreak small outbreaks very sporadic. This continued for hundreds of years. Probably thousands of years and then around the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the slave trade began and for dengue in particular. This meant that the world became flat. So the virus could be transmitted or carried all over the world by these ships and introduced to New populations that were full of susceptible. Humans and the other thing is that the slave trade also spread the key vector mosquito -squitoes species eighty S. Egypt I yeah because as you mentioned eight hundred shipped eyelids really well like literally well in urban like next to humans and and it doesn't need a whole lot to continue its life cycle. Yeah basically small bits of water. They're very hardy. And I think think this is fascinating because aged I is it's of African origin. So eight hundred shipped is now the primary mosquito. Yeah but it wasn't the I know this is probably interesting. Eighty S Egypt. I in eighty s album picked us both feel like two main vectors but they talk about eighty eighty gypped I as the primary just because of I think it's distribution and it's a more voracious biter as well. Apparently it's yeah it's more efficient. Shouldn't transmitting the virus. Well wow okay so this is kind of what caused this debate as to the geographical origin of Deng. Because it would make more sense that like this virus. This mosquito species fit so well together and work so well together. Yeah that would be the origin that they would have evolved together rather as well but it seems that actually I will pick. This is where it came from softening mono anyway so eighties Egypt. I being the Super Cosmopolitan politics mosquito. Species really helped the distribution of Deng. And so probably by the eighteenth century the the dengue virus was all over the global tropics and also its distribution could creep northwards during the warmer months especially in port cities thanks to the widespread distribution of age if die and even in.

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"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

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15:31 min | 1 year ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Virus. You already know a lot about it. It's a virus this. This is a flava virus. So that's in the same group of viruses as yellow fever. West Nile Zeka a bunch of different encephalitis viruses. EXCETERA CETERA. Okay There are five zero tapes so that means five different strains of this virus it used to only be four opened in two thousand thirteen. They announced a new one. ooh And so this means that if you get infected with one strain of dengue you're not not protected against the other strains of Deng rate and as we'll talk about later it's actually a lot worse. Yeah spoilers I already did you have a question about that. I'm going down instead of okay question down and then ask me later. Yes okay you you don't WanNa ask him now because it's kind of jumping ahead to all right. Yeah okay ask later. Okay okay. So let's talk about how you get infected with dengue. You already mentioned Aaron. This mosquito borne virus so Dang is transmitted by eighties. Mosquitoes which we've talked about before because these little buggers transmit a whole number of different diseases including yellow fever Zeka etc chicken ganea which we haven't talked about yet one thing that's different though about dengue than some of these other viruses. Though not all of them is that Dan gay is pretty specifically often a disease of more urban areas where a lot of other viral hemorrhagic fevers tend to be diseases of more rural areas and this is for a couple of different reasons one. Is that these eighties. Mosquitoes that transmit delegate are very well adapted to urban environments They breed in in little tiny containers of water. And so anytime you have like. Let's say pots or tires or whatever in your yard that could collect water. Eighties can breed in those small bodies of water and Deng is a human specific disease so unlike something like yellow fever that can spill over from I animal populations into human populations. Dang gay is human specific so where you have large populations of humans you're more likely to get spread of dengue in those areas. I forgot got about that aspect of yellow fever. Yeah like why. Do you think evolutionary a there would be a difference between the two you know like why would Dang Gabi so specific to humans. And you'll so interesting. Yeah well I was hoping you would tell me like where don gay came from. I mean I'll tell you that I don't I won't won't be able to answer this question. Yeah but yeah. There's no like Silverado wildfire. There is for yellow fever. It's really interesting interesting. So that also I will say contributes to some of the lack of understanding that we have about dengue fever. We don't fully understand Dung and it's because when we have human specific diseases it's often really difficult to find good animal models to study these diseases in So in the case of Dong there are some like modified mice that you can infect with Dan Gay and us you can do it in monkeys in some cases but we don't have really good animal models else for studying Deng okay. The other way that it is possible to get Dan Gay although this is much more rare than mosquito. Transmission is vertical transmission so across the Placenta. So it's possible for this virus to cross the placenta so during pregnancy if someone is infected especially late in the pregnancy than the fetus can potentially attention get infected as well and this can have pretty bad outcomes once the baby is born. That will talk about a little bit more later. Okay but it doesn't didn't seem to cause birth defects the way that something like Zepa virus does rage. I think is very interesting. Yeah Yeah it's not entirely clear clear if someone gets infected very early in their pregnancy if they might have report outcomes like maybe a miscarriage or something like that. It's it's not entirely clear if that happens if you get infected with Dan Gate early in your pregnancy okay but definitely if you get infected late in the fetus can get infected and then basically when it's born and it can either have symptoms of Dang gay or it might just have. Antibodies like it might be born having antibodies against dinghy virus. Okay like having already been infected and then survived the infection. Yeah Yes oh in that. Okay that the perfect Oh okay. So That's how you get transmitted or how you get infected rather. That's the transmission cycle. What basically happens? We've talked about a number of mosquito borne diseases on this podcast by now. So what's important to remember about. All mosquito borne diseases is that there's the cycle of of the virus in the human and then there's also the cycle of the virus in the mosquito and so the mosquitoes get infected if they bite a person person who's actively Phibro for the most part it's also possible like a couple of days before you show symptoms and a couple of days after you recover if a mosquito bites a person infected with Dan Gay during that time period then the mosquito sucks up a bunch of viral particles. Those will travel through the gut of the mosquito and then and they have to make it out of the gut and back to the salivary. Glands of the mosquito importantly that whole process in the mosquito takes like eight to ten days. Wow Wow yeah it's kind of a long time okay. And that means that if you can somehow stop that process in that eight to ten day window then you could block the transmission of Deng right right so that's really important. We'll talk even more about that. In the current events section the hint. It's all I do. This whole bio section is just going to be hints for later also. I just need to have a little point out right now that I remember nothing excellent like I'm like okay. Yeah I know that it's a flabby virus. I know that this and that but like that was all prepackaged pitch. I'm so sorry I think we must have been like nervous blackout when we were presenting for sure I remember nothing of of that whole trip. Okay so then when you when if that does work properly in the mosquito then you have a bunch of virus in the mosquito salivary glands. Then they're gonNA in a bite another human and spit all of that virus into you essentially and then that virus will go Into your system. And in the case of Dan Gay Virus. It'll enter your white blood cells and that is where the virus replicates. It's in human bodies so then after about four to seven days usually after you get infected with this virus that's when you'll start to show symptoms. Okay cool so now we know the transmission we know that it's infecting your white blood cells. which if you don't recall are part of your immune system so that's really important because it's directly sort of targeting your immune cells okay so what kind of symptoms do we have if you get infected within gay if you get infected with dengue for the first time most people we'll never have any symptoms with most eighty percent? Wow Yeah so like eighty percent of people who are infected for the first time with Dan Gate have either very very mild symptoms or are entirely ASEM demotic which you can imagine makes it even more difficult to understand how many people really do get infected acted every year and how to actually control this virus. Yeah if you do get symptoms from a primary infection it generally early starts as all of our favorite diseases do with a fever You'll often get a headache and very classically. You get severe muscle and joint pain. So that's how it got the name breakbone fever right and the symptoms can actually be broken down into three main phases but the last two phases tend to only happen. If you're getting infected with Dan gave for the second time a ha okay so here are the three main phases Phibro uh-huh critical but oh not good and recovery. Oh asterisk risk or death. Okay yeah okay. So the PHIBRO phase that we kind of already started talking about if you get infected for the the second time it's much more likely to be symptomatic and this phase will probably start out worse than the first infection so it starts out with a super high fever. We're talking being over one hundred and four Fahrenheit yes forty Celsius Ting. Yeah we isn't that right. Yeah I'm pretty sure that's right that's why hi it's very high and this fever lasts usually between two and seven days. Oh my gosh I know it's a longtime you're very very sick with with Dec- does it respond to like anti paramedics good question. Probably but it's also often by Phasak Nick so often you'll get a really high fever and then you'll start to get better and then a couple of days later it'll come back again. Does the fever intensity correspond to like like circulating virus. Anything like that. That's a really good question that I don't fully know the answer to. We'll talk a little bit more about like Vira. Mia How much virus you have in your body when we talk about some of the more severe symptoms of it but definitely the higher the viral load the more sick. You'll probably get right and the more likely you you are to like have symptoms and things like that but is that why the the buffets ick like is that part of it definitely could be. I mean that's usually when we think of things like malaria and and stuff like that usually when you have those phase fever so it could be that like you get an initial infection and maybe your immune system kicks in is able to knock it down a bit but then the viruses just start replicating Sarisi and then you get a secondary second wave interesting. Yeah and do we know whether the fever is a defense mechanism by your bucket like an immunological response or is it induced by the virus. Excellent question most of the symptoms of Enga- are your immune system responding to the virus. Okay great questions Aaron as other symptoms that you'll see our severe headache and for some reason. Don't ask me why on this one because I won't have avenue answer. It's often behind right behind your eyes. who where you get the severe headache and then like I mentioned already muscle and joint? Pain Nausea and vomiting getting are really common and then a rash can often happen after a few days and the rash unlike other viral illnesses. That are really really common like or that used to be really comment. Something like measles where you also get a rash. This rash starts on the torso and then spreads to the limbs. Okay okay so a lot of other rashes will start like on the head and go down so wear rashes start. Can kind of help you figure out what disease it might be. Isn't that weird. Why viruses are just so cool? What did we talk about the rash? On the palm's Oh super super calcium causes that and syphilis causes that guy and then hand foot and mouth disease. Yeah Okay Cool. Yeah see remembering things so this one starts on. The tourists writes the limbs. But what's really important is that it's often really really hard to see this rash. So it's not like you know this really a huge scary looking rash or anything. It's a very light red pink kind of spotty rash so it's not very descriptive. Life so after those days a couple days two to seven days of fever as the fever starts to fade out especially with the secondary infection infection dengue can become more severe. This is when we get into two different syndromes called Dengue hemorrhagic fever and Dengue Shock Syndrome. Overall across like all Dung infections these two syndromes happen in less than five percent of cases but the vast majority of those Are when someone's been infected the second time you mean the second time with a different strain a different strain exactly okay and so you cannot get sick again from the same strain. Do you have lifetime immunity. Or what's the deal pretty much. Yeah from that from that particular strain like maybe unless you got infected with the really really low viral load and you didn't mount a great immune response than maybe you could be reinfected with the same strain but for the most part in areas where Dan. Gay circulates circulates multiple strain circulate at the same time. So you're much more likely to get infected with a different strain and that's when you see dengue hemorrhagic fever or Dengue Shock Syndrome right. So what's happening in these two syndromes. Both of them are related to capillary leakage. So your capillaries are tiny ends where your arteries and veins come together right where like gas exchange is happening And so what happens is the virus and your immune response to the virus both caused damage to these tiny blood vessels and it causes them to leak and that is going to cause you to did not have enough blood. Essentially in your blood vessels and then you're going to go into shock and potentially die so whether you have the hemorrhagic form warm or just the dengue shock. Form kind of just depends on whether it's damage that's somewhere like in your gi tract and then causing massive bleeding ding or whether it's damaged and other areas that just 'cause plasma leakage so you're not losing blood volume you're losing plasma volume okay. So the mechanism is the same. It's just the end result yet. Different exactly and both of these. You can end up with massive organ dysfunction eventual death and symptoms while they're different across the board. You can get severe abdominal pain especially if you have gi tract involvement Persistent vomiting if this happens in your lungs then you can have leakage in your lungs which can make it really hard to breathe so someone might have really rapid breathing which we call call to keep Neha. You can have bleeding from your gums because your mucus membranes if those are starting to leak that's going to be blood coming out of your gums etc etc.. This phase the critical phase usually only lasts a couple of days. Like one to two days only is only a couple of days of you bleeding out the families and your got or you going into shock because all of the plasma has left your your bloodstream..

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"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

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"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

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"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

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05:03 min | 1 year ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"A probably headed from working in gambling the forest. But I do remember about ten days a week to ten days before I started feeling sick I was actually with a friend of mind. You we were seating are at a restaurant outside the city of Panama. So I I think that I got it in see and so from then on I told my students and I we all like whenever we never were like. Nobody wear skirts or shorts. or or shirtsleeves get loans. Leaves them pants shoes news every time. We go to town because we're a little bit nervous about that. The yes and no more scared sympathy among Can you talk you just heard from Dr Alex trio who was Nice enough to share her experiences with dengue with us. And if you want to learn more about the awesome awesome research that she does you can check out her website at www dot alex trio dot com. That's A. L. E. X. T. R. I L. L. O. and you can also follow her on twitter at T. R. I L. L. O. Underscore. APA thanks again. Alex Hi. I'm Aaron Welsh and I'm Aaron Update and this is this podcast will kill you. You had today. We're talking about do you say Danke or Dung I say both. I think we've done this before right right. We have discussed this. We have discussed this and we didn't come to a conclusion. Yeah well I'll say Dong Dang it perfect. That sounds excellent. Okay great cover. All our bases aces irritate. Everyone actually our favorite thing to do. Yes so as you might have guessed we are talking about donkey you or dung today which is a very fascinating mosquito borne virus yes and it is actually really an episode or a topic that we have covered once before we have. Although only a few of you may have heard it. Yeah so in October Uber. We got invited shout Kaiser. We'll do University of Florida to give a little talk and we talked about Dan gay so we technically have heard each other talk about Dan gay before however I don't remember anything you said Aaron. 'cause I was really nervous during this talk so I was like not actually paying attention. Well thank you and also my memory is terrible. So that'll be great. I'll still learn new things apologies to anyone who who was in the audience in Florida because you remember anything then some or all of this will be a repeat but yeah I did ask had a little bit more to kind of fillon the edges. We definitely have some new things and some answers to some questions that people asked. During that event ooh state stay tuned. Well is it corn quarantine. I think it is. I think it is too. What are we drinking this week? We're drinking the bone breaker What's in the bone breaker? It is messed call preferably you could use to key life. It's all you've got passion in fruits simple syrup. Oh yeah so I use pineapple juice and your roommate with Tahini which is one of our little favorite things it is an. It's really really refreshing and delicious so tasty and hopefully won't make your bones feel like they're breaking. Let's hope not just your head the next day if you have too many that just one. We will post the recipe for the Alcoholic Quarantine and the Non Alcoholic Breda on our website and also on on our social media which you can follow us at this. PODCAST will kill you on instagram. And teepee W K Y on twitter and you can also find us on facebook yet. Yeah any other business that we should discuss Aaron. I don't think so I don't think so either. Should we jump right into this episode. Let's do it. New Year's resolutions don't always stick especially ones that focus on health. That's definitely true for me as I'm like oh I'm going to start running Outside but oh there's snow. There's this excuses excuses. I have done two whole days of yoga this month..

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Bacteria-infected mosquitoes take bite out of deadly dengue

All Of It

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Bacteria-infected mosquitoes take bite out of deadly dengue

"Scientists are reporting major reductions in dengue fever after infecting the mosquitoes that spread the disease with a bacteria which denies the virus the space it needs to grow the international trials reported the cases dropped by more than seventy percent in insects carrying the bacteria here's James Gallagher thank you is also known as break phone fever because of the severe pain it causes it can be deadly and now three hundred and ninety million people are infected each year will back your bacteria compete with a dainty virus full space and resources in sight more skaters if the virus struggles to swell as numbers than the insect is less likely to transmit the

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Climate change exposes future generations to life-long health harm

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Climate change exposes future generations to life-long health harm

"Researchers say climate change is a growing health risk to children around the world including threatening diseases AP's my grasa has details warning to the annual climate change and health report from the medical journal the lancet the number of days when conditions are right for the spread of the water borne bacteria Vibrio have doubled since nineteen eighty Vibrio was a major cause of the billeting diarrhea and the report says nine of the top ten years were conditions were most right for dengue fever transmission have occurred since two

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There's A Promising New Vaccine For One Of The World's Top Health Threats

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

There's A Promising New Vaccine For One Of The World's Top Health Threats

"A new vaccine for dengue fever is showing promise against what the World Health Organization calls one of the top ten threats to global health NPR's Jason Beaubien reports the vaccine has blocked the disease in eighty percent of the time in tests Takeda pharmaceuticals has just released the results of a large study of its new dangi vaccine and the results were impressive the study involved twenty thousand children across seven countries where there's a high incidence of the mosquito borne disease the vaccine protected most of the kids against what's also known as break bone fever and it was ninety five percent effective in blocking severe potentially lethal cases of dengue the potential demand for a safe and effective vaccine could be huge the WHO's has or more than one hundred million cases of dengue globally last year that's expected to rise even more as warmer temperatures expand the breeding ground for the type of mosquito that carries the dengue

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"dengue fever" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Four year old Sarasota county man is charged with murdering his eighty year old wife in a botched murder suicide when Jill and accused of shooting the woman Monday night in Venice investigators say the victim had dementia and julen planned to kill her and then himself but after the first shot the gun jam and eventually called nine one one to report that his wife was dead is it all right and the in the mood for this year's offices julen had left a very lengthy suicide note bay area representative files a bill to reduce the time certain inmates must serve in state prisons before they can be released thanks to a crime victims movement in the nineties the threshold for release is eighty five percent of a prison sentence Keith Harris with the Florida justice league is a former inmate he thinks doing more time makes for more crime a system that when we send people to prison the longer they serve the less likely they are to get out not commit new crimes doesn't really benefit anyone Tampa Democrat Dianne hearts bill would let first time nonviolent offenders get out after serving two thirds of their sentences Gordon bird newsradio WFLA the Florida department of health is reminding Hillsborough County residents to protect themselves from disease carrying mosquitoes the warning comes after a locally acquired case of dengue fever has been confirmed in the Tampa area about one in four infected gets sick Hillsborough county's Miskito management spokesman RJ Montgomery tells news channel eight what residents can do to help fight the spread of dengue fever to eliminate.

Hillsborough Health Officials Confirm Dengue Fever Case

AM Tampa Bay

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Hillsborough Health Officials Confirm Dengue Fever Case

"The Florida department of health is reminding Hillsborough County residents to protect themselves from disease carrying mosquitoes the warning comes after a locally acquired case of dengue fever has been confirmed in the Tampa area about one in four infected gets sick Hillsborough county's Miskito management spokesman RJ Montgomery tells news channel eight what residents can do to help fight the spread of dengue fever to

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News in Brief 15 August 2019

UN News

03:05 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 15 August 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. The fate of one hundred thirty children on board to rescue ships in the mediterranean sea should not be put put at risk by political point scoring the u._n. Said on thursday amid ongoing uncertainty about whether the vessels will be allowed to dock in italy the appeal by u._n. Children's prince fund unicef to european governments to prevent e. u. Banned migrants and refugees from being stranded at sea follows the signing of a second italian decree banning humanitarian vessels else from entering the country on sunday. More than four hundred people were rescued off the libyan coast by two boats at the center of unisex appeal. One of the boats open arms is reported. The more close to the italian island of lampedusa unicef said that only eleven of one hundred and three children aboard the second vessel viking ocean had a parent or guardian indian with them in a statement unicef special coordinator for the refugee and migrant response in europe afghan khan said that many of the youngsters had fled poverty conflict and unthinkable atrocities and had the right to be safe amid reports that these spanish authorities had agreed to shelter more than a dozen of those rescued at the weekend many of whom m._r. from sudan mr khan welcomed what she called recent progress towards a plan for increased solidarity and responsibility sharing among european governments to to yemen now where the world health organization or w joe has stepped up measures to control the spread of dengue fever a severe flu like illness in a tweet on thursday the the u._n. Agency said that staff had concluded a second round of donkey prevention measures in ties yemen's third city. The aim is to help more than four hundred and thirty thousand people in four the district of the embattled city to avoid the mosquito borne viral infection which is endemic in yemen. The development comes after more than four years of conflict between government and opposition vision hootie forces that are shouted health and other public services in yemen killed thousands of civilians and brought millions close to famine and finally the swiss government's government's decision to decline a sponsorship deal with a major tobacco firm is a welcome move which other countries should follow the world health organization has said responding to reports reports that switzerland has reconsidered supporter of philip morris international at the world expo two thousand twenty w._h._o. Said that featuring a producer of tobacco products what's on cigarettes the only product that is known to kill half of its consumers goes against the theme of next year's fair in united arab emirates namely connecting minds creating the future future in a statement w._h._o. Insisted that tobacco addiction linked to industries aggressive marketing of its products causes suffering and millions of deaths each this year. It's warning comes amid reports that tobacco companies are aiming to establish new partnerships with governments to sponsor events pavilions around the world w._h._o. Explained all governments should proactively aspire to reduce the number of people who smoke the u._n. Agency stressed in line with the w._h._o. Framework convention on tobacco control whereas.

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Philippines Declares a National Dengue Epidemic

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Philippines Declares a National Dengue Epidemic

"The dengue fever outbreak in the Philippines has been declared a national epidemic the department of health says it made a declaration to let local governments drawn a special quick response fund the Philippines recorded over one hundred forty six thousand cases of dengue since January and that's ninety eight percent more than the same period last year thank you is a mosquito borne viral infection found in tropical countries worldwide while there is no specific treatment for the illness medical care to maintain a victim's fluid levels is seen as critical

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Philippines Declares a National Dengue Epidemic

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Philippines Declares a National Dengue Epidemic

"The dengue fever outbreak in the Philippines has been declared a national epidemic the department of health says it made the declaration to let local governments drawn a special quick response fund the Philippines recorded over one hundred forty six thousand cases of dengue since January and that's ninety eight percent more than the same period last year thank you is a mosquito borne viral infection found in tropical countries worldwide while there is no specific treatment for the illness medical care to maintain a victim's fluid levels is seen as

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"dengue fever" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on AP News

"The dengue fever outbreak in the Philippines has been declared a national epidemic the department of health says it made the declaration to let local governments drawn a special quick response fund the Philippines recorded over one hundred forty six thousand cases of dengue since January and that's ninety eight percent more than the same period last year thank you is a mosquito borne viral infection found in tropical countries worldwide while there is no specific treatment for the illness medical care to maintain a victim's fluid levels is seen as critical Belgian prosecutors have reached a settlement with nearly three hundred million euros with the Swiss private banking branch of HSBC over a long standing fooled and textile in case the Brussels prosecutor's office said it was able to reach a settlement partly because of a change in the wealth management within HSBC noting the bank could stop certain optional services improve transparency and appointed an anti fraud director the prosecutor's office had accused the company in twenty fourteen of massive organized fooled and forming a criminal organization to the benefits for over a thousand wealthy clients because the Belgian authorities hundreds of millions of euros HSBC said he couldn't comment on the case since any settlement would still be subject to court approval as the search for a motive behind the mass shooting that killed nine people in Dayton Ohio moves forward A. P.'s to McGuire reports the gunman's former classmates are speaking out saying they knew it could happen how often do you hear nobody was surprised tennis shows says she always knew Connor bets was dangerous especially since she says he had been suspended from school after compiling two lists one containing the names of girls he wanted to kill the other girls he wanted to rape shows ads I can't help.

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Philippines Declares a National Dengue Epidemic

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Philippines Declares a National Dengue Epidemic

"Did what the dengue fever outbreak in the Philippines has been declared a national epidemic the department of health says it made the declaration to let local governments drawn a special quick response fund the Philippines recorded over one hundred forty six thousand cases of dengue since January and that's ninety eight percent more than the same period last year thank you is a mosquito borne viral infection found in tropical countries worldwide while there is no specific treatment for the illness medical care to maintain a victim's fluid levels is seen as

Philippines Dengue Department Of Health Ninety Eight Percent
Philippines, Dengue And Department Of Health discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Philippines, Dengue And Department Of Health discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"The dengue fever outbreak in the Philippines has been declared a national epidemic the department of health says it made the declaration to let local governments drawn a special quick response fund the Philippines recorded over one hundred forty six thousand cases of dengue since January and that's ninety eight percent more than the same period last year thank you is a mosquito borne viral infection found in tropical countries worldwide while there is no specific treatment for the illness medical care to maintain a victim's fluid levels is seen as critical

Philippines Dengue Department Of Health Ninety Eight Percent
Bangladesh struggles with worst outbreak of dengue fever

BBC World Service

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Bangladesh struggles with worst outbreak of dengue fever

"More than one thousand six hundred people in Bangladesh have been hospitalized with dengue fever in the last twenty four hours is delicious surgeon what some of the worst outbreak of the mosquito borne disease in Bangladesh since the first recorded epidemic in two thousand unofficial estimates see at least fifty people have died from dengue this year the official figures are much

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Bangladesh struggles with worst ever outbreak of dengue fever

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Bangladesh struggles with worst ever outbreak of dengue fever

"The worst ever dengue fever outbreak has said Bangladesh hospitals are flooded with patients putting a severe strain on the overwhelmed medical system thank a fever is a mosquito borne viral infection it spread across the country with sixty one out of sixty four districts reporting cases dengue is found in tropical areas around the world and it spread by a type of mosquito that mainly lives in urban areas the virus causes severe flu like symptoms and while there's no specific treatment for the illness medical care to maintain a person's fluid levels is seen as

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Bangladesh grapples with country's worst dengue outbreak

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Bangladesh grapples with country's worst dengue outbreak

"The worst ever dengue fever outbreak has said Bangladesh hospitals are flooded with patients putting a severe strain on the overwhelmed medical system dengue fever is a mosquito borne viral infection it's spread across the country with sixty one out of sixty four districts reporting cases dengue is found in tropical areas around the world and it spread by a type of mosquito that mainly lives in urban areas the virus causes severe flu like symptoms and while there's no specific treatment for the illness medical care to maintain a person's fluid levels is seen as

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Dengue Fever hits the ABC Jakarta Bureau

Correspondents Report

05:53 min | 2 years ago

Dengue Fever hits the ABC Jakarta Bureau

"Twenty Nine Thousand Nine is shutting up today. The worst year ever for infection rates of the debilitating potentially fatal mosquito born virus dengue fever it infects up to four hundred million people every year and two of those who fell victim this year are from the A._B._C.'s Jakarta Bureau David Lipson and Phil Hemingway. Shed their experience for these report. Normally I'd start a story like this with the sound of buzzing mosquito but here's the thing about the dreaded dinghy fever carrying Eighties Aegypti. They are completely silent compared to the noisy lumbering Australian mazey's those here in Jakarta like time traveling Subatomic Ninjas silently flitting in and out of existence assistance to avoid the electrified tennis racket shaped swatter that are sold at all good hardware stores. I used to be somewhat Buddhist in sentiment toward food. All living creatures even mosquitoes now. I'm selectively cold blooded. Mosquitoes are evil and must be summarily exterminated emanated. What changed me is dengue fever. At first I thought it was just a bad case of the meat Switz- after a feat of gluttony at the Jakarta airport. Airport Burger King in January by the time I was on the plane back to Sydney for friends wedding. I had quite a headache when I asked the flight attendant for a third blanket. Thank it I started to conclude. It wasn't just fast food regret ten days later a blood test confirmed it was the mosquito borne virus sometimes is known as breakbone fever because of the associated aches and pains. I wouldn't say Philip like my bones were breaking but I was definitely we saw and I could not stop sleeping. I'd yawn and stretch after yet another thirteen. Our KIP ATE my breakfast in front of the T._v.. And then pass sat on the couch for another three to six hours I even slipped through the stint in a Sydney hospital. It was Australia Day and are needed a blood test so I showed up at emergency expecting a very long wait when I told them I just landed from Jakarta with a fever and aches and pains was given a face mask surgical gown with the back open and hooked up to a heart monitor before being wheeled into an isolated room but just as as no vaccine for Dengue Fever and no cure uh there's no specific treatment so after about six hours I sent me home to recover another who fell victim the A._B._C.'s camera operator Phil Oh Hemingway who was struck down a few months later with a particularly nasty strain that landed The indignity of having to announce his toilet breaks over the intercom into the nurses station. I know this because of the video shared by his ever helpful wife Sabrina he can. He is struggling to contain her amusement in the background here. POPO toilet jokes aside. It was actually pretty serious. Fulfil Phil was not fun at all that recommend. What did it feel. It's it was unlike anything other had before. I'll say hot called old. <hes> the favor was just really extreme. Not Those dot was really really bad. So what was the moment that you knew you had to get the hospital. I came home from work. <hes> real got really cruel. Qualls Wick that morning we're shooting demonstration and <HES> and I thought I had like <hes> like hades stroke this kind of fill like very D._C.. In the Houghton call thing was really extreme it was really weird and <hes> straight to bed and then that often it just got worse. I was lying there and he was a bit arrest. He kind of filled it better feeling liner embiid feeling worse and let's say look. I'll go to the doctor this. This is getting see leading. The test came back positive that not for Danny within an hour say. <hes> and <hes> and I'll send Heim <hes> told the rest up. There's not much you can do <hes> and then the next I had an appointment to go back and do another test to see house going and I had to go back early before the test and I couldn't even walk into into the clinic. They had to tighten the wheelchair out of the car and I was really bad on his seventh day in hospital. Things still weren't looking looking great fills platelet count was still far too low but as preparations were being made for a Medevac to Singapore for a potential blood transfusion. The platelet count started to bounce back after that fills recovery was pretty quick. It has been a particularly bad year for dingy in Indonesia but now the wet season has moved to countries north of the equator and the World Health Organization is warning Malaysia the Philippines Singapore Vietnam and and Cambodia all to brace for significant dingy epidemics this year this week. The Philippines issued a national alert. So if you're planning a holiday soon it's worth checking if dingy is prevalent there and if it is pack your date repellent and cover up take it from us. It's worth it. I'm sure it is that was A._B._C.'s Indonesia correspondent David Lipson reporting there from Jakarta and I'm pleased to say I think David's pretty much fully recovered now. Thank goodness.

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"dengue fever" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on Probably Science

"We visited two months ago, took us on a tour of the part of their laboratory research on ways to eliminate it wasn't malaria. What's the dengue fever? It's the main reason they're trying to enact. Yeah. I think it was hanging around that area. Yes. Yeah. We were asking whether there's any downside to eradicate mosquitoes altogether. And I mean who knows it could be some other important role. They play in ecosystems, but, like I think experts are all pretty much like, yeah, we'd be fine of mosquitoes. Scott. Oh my. No. That was what the guy we were talking to set. Didn't he his expertise wasn't wasn't the mosquitoes themselves and not so much in this epidemiology? But he was still oil ecology, but he was still like, yeah, fuck him. It'd be fine if they're go. I went to a hippie Portland school, you know, and I had a tenth grade biology teacher, who instilled in me bio-diversity is like the most important thing on earth. I'm sure it is. But like this got to do one thing, we can get rid of the okay, right. What is the consequence? I mean, I guess who knows. That's what I'm saying. You don't know of the many mosquitoes. Yep. They are sub keeping at bay. There is another article that's linked to from this. The says science scientists saying, we should appreciate wasps. Scientists put together a map of the UK's, whilst population showing the distribution of key species dates are quoted by volunteers gives an insight into web wasp living in the nation's Crossland, Woodland's towns, research, assay, the we're the research, assay wasps are a much maligned insects, which is of more attention rather than being bulbous pointless. They in fact, beneficial keeping other pests in check. I don't buy they're still sky SOX to me. Yeah. And also that pests themselves like one of the pets that keep checking how much worse, so bathroom LA I think it's funny that they think they're very important, but they're blowing up wasp spot telling everybody where all the wasps are. Oh, yeah. What's the what's the point of that go, appreciate them? Yeah. We don't want people to do that loss tourism talk to Syrian some of University College. London says wasps nature's pest control is and a world without walls, poodle mean, we'd have to use a lot more pesticides to control the other insects, that we dislike, and find annoying..

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"dengue fever" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on Bad Science

"So that was probably why he was probably lying that would probably. Probably wanted. Yeah. But there are mosquitos that carry all kinds of diseases. That's like shit about. Yes, they are. But not able able all right but other terrible drought. It's yellow fever, fever, dengue fever various parasite based diseases from malaria, for instance. Yeah. Terrible. It does this is just off the top of my head. But is like manmade climate change based Badu think that will cause more of these outbreaks. But like that is that is actually something people are thinking about whether it will it will certainly cause. So one fear is that actually mosquitoes who normally cannot survive in this embar in environment. Let's say in the southern part of the United States will now be able to once it can carry one St. to carry diseases. So that is one fear that of something that could change sweet. But we're doing everything possible to avoid that I'll be climate change. Yeah. Yeah. I yeah. They seem like they know what they're doing and totally believe in science. They need to watch outbreak. Yeah. Yeah. Did you make that in the west west? Could you? So that everyone in the White House watches outbreak. Yeah. What they probably love it because they they like to listen to scientists. Sorry about that. They really should meet you people up there should listen to you guys. And you guys only I think do so there's a few really funny scenes of like CGI molecules spreading through air ducts in stuff like that that scene in particular. I thought was Larry Dustin Hoffman's in this one room, and he is like realizing that it's gone airborne. And so he like looks up at an air duct. And then the camera goes in the air duct through the whatever air ducts hallway hallway, and then like down into another room, and there's doesn't Offman again. Like, you just ran there. And he's like, oh my God, it's airborne. He's just realizing it by following. So anyway, I thought that was incredibly stupid and like a weird sketch. But is that accurate like do? And then there was the movie theater one where you can say. Coughed right there. Yeah. Sneeze led out this emission of spittle everywhere. Like spill all over the. Yes. A projection of a magician. And then they were all sick. Like, everybody's there was then at the hospital. That's what they said. There were like, oh, yeah. Apparently, it was all movie theater. So is that like if I'm gonna movie theater, and why guy over there sneezes, and he's sick. Am I screwed? No. Thank you. You're gonna make it. We'll we'll see. Yeah. You're right. There are you know, the common cold, you you cough. You sneeze. You spread that? You know, you spread that virus?.

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Deadly dengue fever has been wiped across an entire a city due to anti-virus mosquitoes

Michael Medved

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Deadly dengue fever has been wiped across an entire a city due to anti-virus mosquitoes

"Call now Now The United States is imposing sanctions onto Turkish officials for their role in the arrest and detention of American evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson at the president's. Direction the department of treasury is sanctioning Turkey's minister of Justice and minister of interior both of whom played leading roles in the arrest and detention of. Pastor Brunson Sanders, says they see no evidence of anything that pastor Brunson did that would warrant his being. Detained we've seen no evidence that pastor Brunson has done anything, wrong and we believe he is a victim of unfair and unjust attention by the government of. Turkey the fifty-year-old Brunson is being tried on espionage and terror-related charges just after the sanctions, announcement secretary of, state Mike Pompeo announced that he would meet his Turkish counterpart about Brunson Brunson was detained in two thousand sixteen after a coup attempt in. Turkey News and analysis available at townhall dot com I'm Keith Peters Australian researchers say that for, the first time an entire city has been protected from -squitoes. Oborne viral disease dengue fever key to the Australian study is won't back here captive Brent mosquitoes that have carried this naturally occurring bacteria were. Released in Townsville there they've made with the pernicious Adia suggest tie species of mosquito and to have blocked their ability to spread disease recent chess, from Monash University say be no cases of locally transmitted dinghy in. The Queensland city since the trial began in two, thousand and, fourteen they say their methods would be suitable for other. Countries, BBC correspondent Phil Mercer reporting authorities have identified a suspect in that fatal shooting. Of former president George H W Bush's doctor the suspect sixty. Five, year old Joseph James Pappas should be considered armed and dangerous more on these stories at. Townhall dot com Power we restore our nation to a citizen central government Joyce..

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"dengue fever" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"dengue fever" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This csiro they bred millions of male mosquitoes in elaborate trae and infected them with a bacteria that made them sterile and researchers released about three million mosquitoes near the town of innisfail which is about sixteen hundred kilometers north of brisbane in eastern australia and they drove around the area in a van using sensors to release these insects at regular intervals to get an even spread of males across the region and as you say the results have been pretty spectacular tennis what the results are then so that these mosquitoes no longer carried those infectious diseases over three months these captive bred male mosquitoes mated with wild females who laid eggs that didn't hatch essentially causing the population to fall sharply researches say say that more than eighty percent of the mosquito population in and around innisfail will wiped out during this particular experiment and this type of mosquito that was used in this trial is responsible for infecting hundreds of millions of people across many many countries with diseases such as dinghy zeka and yellow fever a now what the research team wants to do is that they want to test their technology in parts of the world where dengue fever is a real and present danger so how will they go about doing that how do you replace the mosquito breeds that are out that and carry these viruses with this one that doesn't well this socalled sterile insect technique has been used before but to make it work for mosquitoes meant that researchers firstly to breed enough mosquitoes of them in captivity identify males and remove females and release them in big enough numbers for the wild population to crash in other parts of the world world these would be very big logistical challenges one would imagine but in this particular experiment in northern queensland the researches say that they're very happy with the results and they believe that it could make a real denting global efforts to fight one of the world's most dangerous pests the mosquito that the world health organization says puts almost four billion people in one hundred twenty eight different countries at risk from contracting denny phyllis coming up in this podcast india's supreme court hears petitions which call for the scrapping of a law which criminalizes gay sex let's go to kenya now though because students have torched seven boarding schools in the last week in protest against the introduction of tough new measures to prevent cheating in examinations the education minister said police have intensified efforts to.

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Australian experiment wipes out over 80% of disease-carrying mosquitoes

Global News Podcast

02:56 min | 3 years ago

Australian experiment wipes out over 80% of disease-carrying mosquitoes

"This csiro they bred millions of male mosquitoes in elaborate trae and infected them with a bacteria that made them sterile and researchers released about three million mosquitoes near the town of innisfail which is about sixteen hundred kilometers north of brisbane in eastern australia and they drove around the area in a van using sensors to release these insects at regular intervals to get an even spread of males across the region and as you say the results have been pretty spectacular tennis what the results are then so that these mosquitoes no longer carried those infectious diseases over three months these captive bred male mosquitoes mated with wild females who laid eggs that didn't hatch essentially causing the population to fall sharply researches say say that more than eighty percent of the mosquito population in and around innisfail will wiped out during this particular experiment and this type of mosquito that was used in this trial is responsible for infecting hundreds of millions of people across many many countries with diseases such as dinghy zeka and yellow fever a now what the research team wants to do is that they want to test their technology in parts of the world where dengue fever is a real and present danger so how will they go about doing that how do you replace the mosquito breeds that are out that and carry these viruses with this one that doesn't well this socalled sterile insect technique has been used before but to make it work for mosquitoes meant that researchers firstly to breed enough mosquitoes of them in captivity identify males and remove females and release them in big enough numbers for the wild population to crash in other parts of the world world these would be very big logistical challenges one would imagine but in this particular experiment in northern queensland the researches say that they're very happy with the results and they believe that it could make a real denting global efforts to fight one of the world's most dangerous pests the mosquito that the world health organization says puts almost four billion people in one hundred twenty eight different countries at risk from contracting denny phyllis coming up in this podcast india's supreme court hears petitions which call for the scrapping of a law which criminalizes gay sex let's go to kenya now though because students have torched seven boarding schools in the last week in protest against the introduction of tough new measures to prevent cheating in examinations the education minister said police have intensified efforts to.

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Australian experiment wipes out over 80 percent of disease-carrying mosquitoes

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Australian experiment wipes out over 80 percent of disease-carrying mosquitoes

"On the tens who mosquitoes i on like five thirty nine here on news radio seven forty ktar h there's an experiment going on in australia that is having quite a bit of success in might have global implications on a radicati muskie's diseasecarrying mosquitoes australian scientists have successfully wiped out more than eighty percent of disease carrying mosquitoes and trial locations there are several organizations including james cook university they of targeted a particular type of squitoes which spreads dengue fever in zico virus laboratories they bred almost twenty million mosquitoes infected the males with bacteria that made them sterile then release them three million of them in three different towns the sterile males mate with the females they don't have any offspring and it is wiped out eighty percent of the disease carrying population in other words birth control for mosquitoes how about that i think it's amazing that is amazing that might be the answer everybody's worried about all these diseases being spread and we certainly tested positive around the houston dengue fever in zeka know i don't know what type of mosquito is peculiar is one that's always been so bad here so maybe maybe the same kind of thing can be incorporated here five forty one now traffic and weather let's get you up to date on the drive the hardiness laced on that what's the story this early our julie well i do have a car that broke down on the right side of the hov lane and that's on the inbound side of forty five north freeway and it's right as you're passing cross timbers so it's more of a hazard than anything it's not causing a huge delay but folks are being cautious passing by now if you're trying to travel the inbound side of the main lines check in with houston tran star and according to them from one thousand nine hundred sixty into downtown it's about a seventeen minute trip so that's not bad the katy freeway it's pretty normal for this time of day twenty five minutes from the grand parkway all the way into the city and if you're trying to travel to ninety right now on your coming in from.

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