Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a severe, potentially deadly infection spread by some mosquitos. The dengue virus is transmitted by mosquitoes. Symptoms of Dengue hemorrhagic fever are fever that lasts from 2 to 7 days, Vomiting blood, Drowsiness, Bleeding from nose or gums.
Dengue hemorrhagic fever is caused by a virus for which there is no known cure or vaccine. Only treatment is to treat the symptoms, helping body to heal naturally. Major Research to cure the disease various researches includes means of vector control, vaccine development, and antiviral drugs are going on in United States.
Based on data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), numerous cases of dengue have cropped up in the United States and its territories throughout 2013, with 20 cases of dengue occurring in Florida, three cases in Texas and 7,221 occurring in Puerto Rico.