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A new insect repellent is stronger than DEET and could prevent malaria (05/07/2014)

No more mosquito bites! No more fleas! No more moths! A new class of insect repellent is thousands of times more effective than DEET.


Birth Control Plugs Male Malaria Mosquitoes (08/27/2012)

A team of scientists at Yale University is working o­n a new birth-control drug for male mosquitos that could slow the malaria epidemic, a disease that sickens more than 215 million people, killing 655,000 each year.


Hungry mosquitoes fly farther than you think (11/18/2011)

November 14, 2011 - RODERWOLDE, Netherlands (AP) - How far does a mosquito fly? Harry Boerema wants to know.


Amazing photos of animal eyes (04/26/2011)

The development of technology has now helped scientists to capture astounding shots. The close-up photos of animal eyes below are examples of this.


Tsutsugamushi disease in Khanh Hoa province (03/15/2011)

Tsutsugamushi disease, or Japanese river fever, scrub typhus is a dangerous disease caused by Orientia (formerly Rickettsia) tsutsugamushi, an obligate intracellular gram-negative bacterium and transmitted by some species of trombiculid mites (Trombiculidae), commonly appears in Asia-Pacific.


 
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