Trending – Dengue

What Happened with Zika

Five powerful positives that emerged in the wake of the 2016 Zika outbreak Think back two years to 2016. Never a day went by when [...]

Redefining the Problem that is Container Mosquitoes

Breakthroughs in Aedes control show potential for WNv programs, but more study is needed. WALS™ has gained notoriety in the recent past because of its [...]

Predicting Public Health Risks with Satellite Imaging

Model predicts 63% of within-city dengue variance With ever-evolving technologies, there is growing amount of data to be interpreted. Of this data, satellite images are [...]

The Venturi Mixing System and WALS

With the omnipresent threat of Zika, mosquito control districts shifted efforts toward understanding and controlling the container breeding Aedes albopictus and Ae aegypti mosquitoes. Targeting [...]

Strategic Partnership in Public Health

To better serve vector management programs across the US and Caribbean, starting October 1, VBC and ADAPCO combined their respective market strengths by entering into [...]

Full-Scale Assault Now Under Way as Key West District Battles Dengue

*Originally published in Fall 2010 Swarms of them come from near and far, creating a furor in Key West, Florida. A representative of the Florida [...]

Pinellas County Single-brood Trials Yield

Asynchronous, single-brood floodwater mosquitoes present a unique set of challenges in Florida’s Pinellas County. Not only do larvae within the Aedes and Culex populations hatch [...]

California takes a Proactive Approach to Managing Resistance Issues

Insecticide resistance is among the most challenging issues facing public health professionals, not only in California but around the world. As disease pressure increases, so [...]