Vector borne diseases are those that humans acquire through the bite of or other exposure to an arthropod (insect, mite, or tick).
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CDC Division of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases (DVBID)
Details about this national and international reference center for vector-borne viral and bacterial diseases. Location: Colorado, USA. Covers disorders such as lyme, plague, yellow fever, west nile, virus, and dengue fever. Publications, links and details about specimen submissions.
CDC: Tick-borne Diseases
Factsheets and resources concerning several diseases.
eMedicine - Tick-Borne Diseases, Introduction
Article by Jonathan A Edlow, MD.
eMedicine Health - Ticks
Discusses ticks and the diseases they carry.
GORP - Tick-Borne Diseases In North America
Discusses several tick-borne illnesses and how they affect people enjoying outdoor sports.
Insect Borne Diseases
Factsheets on many insect-borne illnesses.
Insecticide Resistance and Vector Control
Synopsis of a study by William G. Brogdon and Janet C. McAllister.
MedlinePlus: Tick Bites
Directory of factsheets, news reports, and articles concerning tick and insect bites and the disease they carry.
Disease prevention company that controls the spread of tropical diseases such as malaria, dengue fever and encephalitis through an on-site vector control service.
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