The spread of microorganisms that can cause a disease called aspergenosis in the United States has been highlighted as one of the main challenges facing the new Trump administration.
As pergilloses are common in the environment, and the new administration has pledged to ramp up research on how they can be passed from person to person.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is also working to create a “dissemination plan” for asperger spectrum disorders, which are the most common form of autism spectrum disorder.
The plan would identify specific aspergers and then recommend that children who are on a special autism spectrum be tested to see if they have the disorder.
If they do, the diagnosis would be given to families or caregivers, the agency said.
The Trump administration has also proposed curtailing funding for research into autism, citing the potential impact of the disorder on public health.
The agency has also said it plans to cut funding to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which is focused on research into the neurological condition.
The Zika virus, the virus that caused the massive birth defects that have affected so many, has been around for decades, and has spread rapidly across the Americas.
It is also highly infectious, but it’s been contained in a variety of ways.
The virus is currently in quarantine in the US, and a full-scale effort to contain it is being pursued by the Centers for Diseases Control and Protection (CDC).