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How Is Malaria Spread

TOP 10 Deadliest Animals In The World - You’ll Never Guess who is #1

1-Mosquitoes make number one on the list of deadliest animal in world. This small blood-sucking insect kills over a million people each year worldwide. It can spread diseases, most notably malaria. It can also spread elephantiasis, yellow fever, and West Nile virus. Mosquitoes are found in abundance in tropical areas and can also survive the winter in countries with lower temperatures such as Canada.

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Holographic imaging and deep learning diagnose malaria DURHAM N.C. Duke researchers have devised a computerized method to autonomously and quickly diagnose malaria with clinically relevant accuracy a crucial step to successfully treating the disease and halting its spread. @tachyeonz

Malaria (Anopheles mosquito). 1 in 4 million! Screened by history. I kind of thought you couldn't get disease via transfusion since you need to be bit by the mosquito= ask Tom.

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6 TV Casts Who Look The Most Different Out Of Costume

The author (Martin) said that he told the ending to the writers in case of his death the show would go on. Maybe that's the reason all these characters appear in this shoot from the first season maybe they'll be the ones to survive... Just thinking.

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Plastic bags kill wildlife, clog waterways and pack landfills. Discarded bags can spread malaria if they collect rainwater, offering mosquitos a casual breeding ground. In recent years, local and national governments have begun phasing out or banning lightweight plastic shopping bags. But alternatives are not necessarily greener: People buy more plastic trash bags when shopping bags are unavailable.

Non-toxic spray stops mosquitoes from reproducing, halts spread of malaria

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'Anti-malarial mosquitoes' created using controversial genetic technology

An <em>Anopheles stephensi</em> mosquito feeding on a human host. A known carrier of malaria, the species can be found from Egypt all the way to China.

For years, researchers have looked to genetically modify mosquitoes to prevent the spread of malaria. Now they have a promising strategy.