Reports of mosquitoes three times bigger than normal emerged soon after Hurricane Florence passed.
A gene drive to stop the spread of malaria showed promise, with no mutations arising in laboratory experiments.
There is no vaccine to prevent infection, and there are no medications to treat the virus in people.
The mosquitoes were infected with a unique bacteria.
One of the world's most dangerous pests, this mosquito species infects millions with disease around the world each year.
Mosquito saliva may be increasing the severity of diseases.
Pitting mosquitoes against mosquitoes just might work.
Aerial spraying of insecticides should help to kill the bugs, but officials caution residents to stay inside during spraying.
Sometimes summer really bites.
The fungus can penetrate Aedes aegypti larvae when suspended in water.
Professor says more research is needed to know whether the higher rate of autism is due to spraying itself or higher exposure to mosquito-borne illnesses.
A report suggests Americans should brace themselves for the potential transmission of the mosquito-borne virus this summer, especially along the East Coast and the South.
Problems linked to the virus are now found in children, teenagers and older adults.
British Olympians are reported to be worried about the disease with the Rio Olympics approaching.
The WHO says it is taking immediate action to expedite research on the causal relationship between the outbreak of the virus and the growing rate of infant birth defects in Brazil.