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An old enemy -- yellow fever -- is rearing its ugly head in parts of Brazil, prompting concerns that the mosquito-borne virus could spread across the Americas and into the United States. It's a headache in the making given the severity of the disease -- and the fact that vaccines are in short supply.

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An old enemy -- yellow fever -- is rearing its ugly head in parts of Brazil, prompting concerns that the mosquito-borne virus could spread across the Americas and into the United States. It's a headache in the making given the severity of the disease -- and the fact that vaccines are in short supply.