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Two groups unveil traps to help control the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that spread Zika.
Also, researchers report that the virus was circulating in Haiti in late 2014.
Case numbers increased in US territories, as did travel-linked ones on the mainland, and little changed last week at the global level.
Study shows infection can result in shrunken testicles and low testosterone.
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