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09/30/2018 Easy sweat-based test for leishmaniasis

This article reported on a study published by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene about a non-invasive diagnostic method that relies on human sweat rather than blood samples to detect visceral leishmaniasis.

CNN

08/01/2018 They ate raw centipedes -- and then the headaches began

This article reported on a study published by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene about a dangerous foodborne parasite detected in two patients in a Chinese hospital and traced to their consumption of raw wild centipedes.

South China Morning Post

07/31/2018 Life-threatening parasite found in Chinese patients who ate raw centipedes

This article reported on a study published by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene about a dangerous foodborne parasite detected in two patients in a Chinese hospital and traced to their consumption of raw wild centipedes.

The New York Times

07/30/2018 Maybe You Were Thinking About Eating Raw Centipedes. Don’t.

This article reported on a study published by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene about a dangerous foodborne parasite detected in two patients in a Chinese hospital and traced to their consumption of raw wild centipedes.

Healio: Infectious Diseases in Children

07/25/2018 FDA approves Krintafel for P. vivax malaria prevention in teens, adults

This article includes comments from 2018 ASTMH President Regina Rabinovich, MD, about the FDA's recent approved of Krintafel for the prevention of Plasmodium vivax malaria relapse in patients aged 16 years or older.

Global Health NOW

05/08/2018 To Vex the Vectors, Look Beyond Vaccines

2017 travel award recipient Céline Mabot Yobo of Côte d'Ivoire describes how salivary biomarkers from mosquitoes are helping assess the efficacy of vector-control efforts in the fight against yellow fever.

Dr. Oz

03/13/2018 The Medical Mystery of Abby's Eye Worms

This segment from the Dr. Oz television show examines a case of a parasitic worm that an Oregonan woman found in her eyes, as reported in a study published online by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

USA Today

02/13/2018 Woman 'absolutely shocked' to find worms in her eye

This video is a news report about a study published online by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene that discovered an eye worm parasite found in cattle has jumped to people.

CNN.com

02/12/2018 'I looked at it, and it was moving': Worm in woman's eye leads to unique discovery

This article reported on a study published online by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene that discovered an eye worm parasite found in cattle has jumped to people.

The Washington Post

02/12/2018 She thought the weird sensation was a stray eyelash. It was eye worms.

This article reported on a study published online by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene that discovered an eye worm parasite found in cattle has jumped to people.

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