A 5-year-old Massachusetts girl diagnosed with a rare mosquito-borne virus has returned home from the hospital, weeks after donors raised thousands of dollars for her medical expenses.
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What 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.
A fourth person in Michigan has died of the rare Eastern Equine Encephalitis mosquito virus, raising the death toll to eleven nationwide.
A person in their 60s has died of Eastern equine encephalitis, Connecticut health officials said Tuesday.
The 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.
A 10th person has died from Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), a rare mosquito-borne illness.
A third person has died of Eastern equine encephalitis in Massachusetts, raising the reported death toll from the rare mosquito-borne illness to eight nationwide.
Another person who was infected with Eastern equine encephalitis has died, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health said on Friday. The patient was a man in his 70s who lived in Bristol County in southeastern Massachusetts.
A Connecticut resident infected with Eastern equine encephalitis has died in the state's first fatality from the disease since 2013, health officials said.
A Michigan man went from healthy to brain dead in just nine days after contracting Eastern equine encephalitis, his brother said.
Four additional cases of Eastern equine encephalitis, including two deaths, have been confirmed in Southwest Michigan, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday.
As Massachusetts and other parts of New England scramble to respond to a breakout of a rare mosquito-borne virus, one little girl's story is providing some much-needed hope.
At least three people have died in the United States after contracting the fatal mosquito-borne illness Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) this year.
The Massachusetts Department of Health announced two new cases of Eastern equine encephalitis -- more often known by the acronym EEE -- have been confirmed on Friday.
If you needed a reason to stay inside for the rest of summer, here it is: killer mosquitoes.
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A fourth person in Massachusetts has been infected with Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), a rare but dangerous mosquito-borne virus that causes brain swelling in humans.
A man in Massachusetts has been infected with a mosquito-borne virus called Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), health officials confirmed Saturday. It's the first human case reported in the state since 2013.
Health officials are warning that seven towns in southeastern Massachusetts are at "high risk" for a potentially fatal mosquito-borne virus known as Eastern equine encephalitis or EEE.
Florida health officials are warning of an uptick in a mosquito-borne virus known as Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE).