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Move over malaria: Mosquitoes carrying Zika, dengue may thrive in warmer Africa (10/17/2017)

From deadly droughts and destroyed crops to shrinking water sources, communities across sub-Saharan Africa are struggling to withstand the o­nslaught of global record-breaking temperatures. But the dangers do not end there. Rising heat poses another threat - o­ne that is far less known and studied but could spark disease epidemics across the continent, scientists say.


Mutant mosquitoes make insecticide-resistance monitoring key to controlling Zika (07/07/2017)

One of the most common insecticides used in the battle against the Aedes aegypti mosquito has no measurable impact when applied in communities where the mosquito has built up resistance to it, a study led by Emory University finds.


Why malaria mosquitoes like people with malaria (02/23/2017)

Malaria mosquitoes prefer to feed - and feed more - o­n blood from people infected with malaria. Researchers from Stockholm University, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and KTH Royal Institute of Technology have discovered why. The findings can lead to new ways to fight malaria without using poisonous chemicals. The results will be published in the next issue of the journal Science.


New strategy to fight mosquitoes in a more efficient and sustainable way (09/01/2016)

Mosquitoes continue to build resistance to existing pesticides. Research has now shown that the chemical substances emitted by o­ne of the mosquito's natural enemies - the backswimmer - makes the biological pesticide Bti more deadly. These so-called predator cues also impair the mosquito's immune system.


Winning the war against malaria by beating its vector (05/25/2016)

We have won some significant victories against o­ne of human's greatest enemies, malaria, by targeting its vector. But are we doing enough, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, to win the war?


 
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