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Mating with the wrong insect may cut yellow fever mosquito populations (09/09/2015)

Asian tiger mosquitoes can drive down yellow fever mosquito populations when the female chooses the wrong male with which to mate, UF/IFAS scientists say. Both insects transmit chikungunya and dengue, dangerous diseases affecting millions of people worldwide.


Sweet-smelling secrets of mosquito-repellent grass (08/31/2015)

US scientists have identified the chemicals responsible for the mosquito-repelling activity of sweetgrass, a plant traditionally used by some Native Americans to fend off the bugs.


Evaluation of the relationship between risk factors for malaria increase and the impact of climate change and ecological environment around hydroelectric, irrigational buildings in Gia Lai province (03/04/2015)

Malaria situation in the Central - Western Highlands in 2013 and the first nine months of 2014 tended to decrease. However in the last 2 months of 2014 (October, November), malaria was recorded with unexpected occurrence in the Central - Western Highlands areas, the proportion of malaria patients and parasites increased in almost every province.


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.


 
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