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Researchers say they've found a way to let queen bees pass on immunity to a devastating disease called American foulbrood. The infectious disease is so deadly, many states and beekeeping groups recommend burning any hive that's been infected. Here, a frame from a normal hive is seen in a photo from 2017. Bernadett Szabo/Reuters hide caption

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Engraving from a series of images titled "The Great Yellow Fever Scourge — Incidents Of Its Horrors In The Most Fatal District Of The Southern States." Bettmann Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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How Yellow Fever Turned New Orleans Into The 'City Of The Dead'

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Yellow Fever Encroaches Megacities, Straining Global Vaccine Supply

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The Tataya Mato week at Jameson Camp in Indianapolis is a free sleep away camp for children impacted by HIV/AIDS. Peter Balonon-Rosen/Indiana Public Broadcasting hide caption

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Between Swimming And Archery, This Camp Helps Kids Overcome The Stigma Of HIV/AIDS

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