Phil Lounibos

University of Florida

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Professor of Entomology at the University of Florida, where he runs the Florida Medical Entymology Lab in Vero Beach, the world’s only such institution

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For the first time ever, the CDC has issued a  travel warning  inside the United States, as the  Zika virus  has broken out in Miami, and some public health experts are warning of an…

A public health scare and congressional inaction

For the first time ever, the CDC has issued a travel warning inside the United States, as the Zika virus has broken out in Miami, and some public health experts are warning of an…

from To the Point

The World Health Organization says, "alarm is high." But so is "uncertainty." In the next year, the Zika virus might infect three to four million people.

The Zika Virus: The Knowns…and the Unknowns

The World Health Organization says, "alarm is high." But so is "uncertainty." In the next year, the Zika virus might infect three to four million people.

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