How Archaeologists Use Parasites to Track Urbanization
Historical patterns of parasitic infection show up differently depending on the class status of a neighborhood.
Why Some Plants Are Parasites
Tap into the underground network of plants and fungi with mysterious myco-heterotrophes.
The Sky’s Creepiest Parasites
Are you a bird? Is your chick acting weird? You might be victim of a brood parasite.
Should Parents Fear the Sandbox?
The good news is that most parents living in sanitary environments really don’t need to worry about toxocariasis. The bad news is that toxocara may be yet another obstacle placed in front of disadvantaged children.
Humans and Their Parasites
Parasitic diseases can be effectively eliminated, but they can persist even in developed countries with effective healthcare systems.
The New Victims of Climate Change: Plants, Parasites, and Pregnant Women
The recent series of hurricanes has demonstrated, climate change is no longer a nebulous futuristic menace, but an existential threat.
Where Are You From? Check Your Parasites
People and birds carry their specific parasites around the world.
Happy 100th Birthday to the Journal of Parasitology!
This year, the Journal of Parasitology celebrates its 100th anniversary