Maryland college student dies of virus that killed 11 kids in N.J.
A University of Maryland student has died from an adenovirus-related illness. CBS station WJZ-TV reports the student, identified as 18-year-old UMD freshman Olivia Paregol, was in her first semester of college.
The University of Maryland issued a letter acknowledging the death, though never naming anyone officially.
The letter acknowledged in part that on November 19, the university learned that "the testing of one specimen sent to the CDC revealed Adenovirus 7, a strain that may cause more severe illness."
Hepatitis A, a vaccine-preventable disease that attacks the liver and is spread by contaminated fecal matter, is a scourge in developing nations with poor sanitation systems. Imported contaminated food is typically to blame when the disease occurs in developed countries.
Lily had EEHV, or elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus. Like herpesvirus in humans, it most often presents as small bumps on the skin. But sometimes, the virus causes severe internal bleeding.
Of the 440 confirmed cases of AFM since 2014, health officials found coxsackievirus A16, Enterovirus EV-A71 and EV-D68 in the spinal fluid of four patients.
Investigadores del CSIC-CNB en colaboración con el INIA, muestra la creación de una nueva vacuna contra el Zika.
En 2015, un virus apenas conocido emergió repentinamente y se diseminó con rapidez por toda América, afectando a más de 86 países hasta la fecha. Era el virus del Zika y la epidemia causada fue declarada como una emergencia de salud pública internacional por la Organización Mundial de la Salud en 2016. Este virus, ante el que actualmente no hay ninguna vacuna licenciada, se transmite principalmente mediante la picadura de mosquitos del género Aedes ...
Six children have died as a result of adenovirus at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Haskell, New Jersey. Twelve additional pediatric residents at the Center have been infected, according to a statement from the New Jersey Department of Health.
Durante 2018 se han detectado varios mapaches rabiosos en Bronx, Queens, y Staaten Island de Nueva York