State Sprays 14 Counties To Combat Mosquito VirusMichigan's Department of Health and Human Services says Aerial organic pesticide spraying has been completed in 14 counties in Michigan's Lower Peninsula.
Why Did EEE Cases Spike This Year? It's ComplicatedWhat exactly is fueling an unprecedented outbreak of the mosquito-borne Eastern equine encephalitis, or EEE, in the United States remains a concerning conundrum -- and there could be several factors at play.
9 People Have Died From Rare EEE InfectionThe Massachusetts Department of Public Health has reduced the number of deaths in the state from Eastern equine encephalitis from four to three, bringing the nationwide total to nine deaths.
Michigan Postpones Spraying Against Deadly Mosquito VirusMichigan health officials have delayed aerial spraying to combat a rare mosquito-borne virus.
2 Wolf Pups Die From Mosquito-Borne EEE Virus In Michigan ZooTest results have confirmed two Mexican gray wolf pups at Binder Park Zoo in Battle Creek have died from the deadly mosquito-borne virus known as Eastern equine encephalitis or EEE.
Here's How To Protect Yourself, Pets From EEE, The Deadly Mosquito-Borne VirusA ninth person has died from Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), a rare mosquito-borne illness.
At Least 8 People Have Died In The U.S. From A Rare Mosquito-Borne IllnessA third person has died of Eastern equine encephalitis in Massachusetts, raising the reported death toll from the rare mosquito-borne illness to eight nationwide.
Mosquito-Borne Virus Victim Went From Healthy To Brain Dead In 9 DaysA Michigan man went from healthy to brain dead in just nine days after contracting Eastern equine encephalitis, his brother said.
A Third Person Has Died Of EEE, A Rare Mosquito-Borne Illness, In The United StatesAt least three people have died in the United States after contracting the fatal mosquito-borne illness Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) this year.
Michigan Health Officials Investigate 3 Possible Human Cases of Deadly Mosquito Virus EEEMichigan residents are being reminded by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) to protect themselves from mosquito bites following the confirmation of one case of a mosquito-borne disease in a resident and three other possible cases in the state.