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In other developments, Consumer Reports notes which repellents work well against Aedes mosquitoes, which can transmit the virus, and warns that some plant-based products perform poorly.
Also, PAHO posts ethics guidance, and Colombia and Costa Rica note microcephaly.
Two strains of bacteria resistant to different antibiotics can protect each other when both drugs are present, the study finds.
The WHO director-general says a massive policy failure allowed mosquito control to lapse in the '70s.
Flu vaccination during pregnancy lowered the risk of acute respiratory infections more than 60%.
Rapid genetic sequencing was instrumental in identifying transmission chains, one study noted.
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