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    March 24(Reuters) - Bed nets treated with a new kind of insecticide cut malaria cases in children by almost half in a large trial in Tanzania, according to a study in The Lancet, raising hopes of a new weapon in the fight against the age-old killer.Bed nets have been instrumental to the vast progres
  • Here are all the positive environmental stories from 2022 | Euronews

    by admin on 2023-02-22 17:36:28
    Eco-anxiety, climate doom, environmental existential dread - as green journalists, we see these terms used a lot - and often feel them ourselves.There's a lot to be worried about when it comes to the climate and nature crises, but when a sense of hopelessness becomes the overarching emotion, apathy
  • Why do some people attract mosquitoes more than others?

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    We use cookies to enhance your experience. By continuing to browse this site you agree to our use of cookies. More info. Mosquitoes (e.g., Aedes aegypti) are common vectors for many viruses that infect the human population, such
  • Check out Cause and FX's breakdown for 'Mosquito Coast' - befores & afters

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    See how the studio executed a key storm sequence and other shots in series 2.
  • Science news in review: Feb. 16 - The Johns Hopkins News-Letter

    by admin on 2023-02-22 17:36:03
    COURTESY OF MIKE MAC MARKETING /  CC BY 2.0Though upcoming midterms might seem overwhelming, it doesn’t hurt to take five minutes to look at the cutting-edge updates in science and technology. This week, the latest research includes Google’s plan for a new artificial intelligence (AI), a di
  • Lab-Bred Mosquitos Could Slow the Spread of a Deadly Human Disease

    by admin on 2023-02-22 17:36:02
    Bacteria-infected insects can slow the spread of dengue — but they’re hard to mass produce.At Singapore’s National Environment Agency, more than a million mosquitoes buzz inside plastic boxes in a breeding room that smells of fermented sugar. The male insects, which don’t bite, feed on plant
  • Implementing OECD GLP principles for the evaluation of novel vector control tools: a case study with two novel LLINs, SafeNet® and SafeNet NF® | Malaria Journal | Full Text

    by admin on 2023-02-22 17:35:54
    Malaria Journal volume  21, Article number: 183 (2022 ) Cite this article To sustain high universal Long-Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) coverage, affordable nets that provide equivalent or bette
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  • How did Winnie the Pooh turn into a murderous bear? - Poynter

    by admin on 2023-02-22 17:35:28
    The Morning Meeting with Al Tompkins is a daily Poynter briefing of story ideas worth considering and more timely context for journalists, written by senior faculty Al Tompkins. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every weekday morning.Over the weekend, movie audiences had a chance to