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Two groups unveil traps to help control the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that spread Zika.
Those vaccinated 3 years in a row appeared to fare the worst in 2014-15 against H3N2 flu, but experts say it's still beneficial to get a flu shot each year.
Review finds evidence that N95s block infectious particles better, but no significant advantage.
In one worrisome finding, MCR-1 was found in chicken E coli alongside other resistance genes.
More states are reporting their first cases and even deaths, but at the national level, flu levels remained low last week.
The vaccine was 100% effective in those who received it soon after possible exposure, setting the scene for it quickly to become a useful response tool.
Officials mull the effects of weather, migration routes, and possible airborne spread.
The farm in Iowa houses 5.3 million chickens, 2 more Minnesota turkey farms are affected, and Ontario has a new outbreak.
The affected farm housed 310,000 turkeys, and Ontario's outbreak is also confirmed to be from H5N2.
Another Minnesota farm has been hit by H5N2, and Ontario and Vietnam also report avian flu outbreaks.
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