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National Geographic Aug 20
To this day, insects smaller than a child’s thumbnail remain the most dangerous nonhuman animals on the planet
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Novartis Social Business Aug 20
Meet a mosquito wrangler at : "The biggest threat is donor pull-outs and that people get more relaxed because they see malaria cases declining, and so they think it becomes less of a problem."
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Mark Green Aug 20
Serving overseas, I saw first-hand the effects of mosquito-borne illness on communities. This we celebrate the work of countries fighting back against the deadliest animal.
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World Economic Forum Oct 14
Mosquitoes kill more people every day than sharks do in a century
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. Aug 20
It's . That's the buzz anyway. Ha! Not sorry. 😐
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Novartis Social Business Aug 29
1/ A striking look at Kenya, a country that bears one of the world’s highest malaria burdens, through the eyes of a few heroes that work tirelessly on malaria eradication:
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freyr Aug 20
selamat hari nyamuk sedunia semua! mosquitoes are also pollinators! only females suck blood bc they require the protein to produce eggs. the normal food for adult mosquitoes would be nectar from flowers. 🦟🌺
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LSHTM Malaria Centre Aug 20
Did you know there are over 3,500 species of mosquitoes in the world? Anopheles carries malaria, not to be confused with Aedes Aegypti – with stripy legs – which carries zika, dengue & yellow fever. 🦟🦟🦟
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GSK Aug 20
Mosquito-borne diseases are still prevalent in 2019. That’s why we’re using our science to fight malaria, including developing the world’s first for young children in Africa
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Smithsonian Magazine Aug 20
The drugs—which block hunger signals in humans and the insects—keep the bugs from bloodsucking for a few days.
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Alok Sharma Aug 21
is investing in UK scientists who are developing ground-breaking new antimalarial treatments to fight this deadly disease for the UK and the world
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Smithsonian Magazine Aug 20
Texas scientists tricked mosquitoes into skipping a blood meal by modifying the way bacteria talk to each other.
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The Better India Aug 20
The simple yet effective model implemented by this village may soon be adopted by the entire district. No annoying buzzing, no irritating itches — find out how they did this!
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UNICEF USA Aug 20
Malawi, Ghana and Kenya are currently piloting the world's first malaria vaccine, potentially helping over 200 million people diagnosed every year. 🎥:
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KingJames 🌍🌎🌏 Aug 20
It is only when a mosquito lands on your testicles that you realize that there is always a way to solve problems without using violence.
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Smithsonian Magazine Aug 20
Fact #1: There are around 3,500 species of mosquitoes, but only a couple hundred feast on human blood.
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Swatantra Dwivedi😼 Aug 20
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Compound Interest Aug 20
Today is – here's a look at what attracts them, and the compounds that can be used to repel them!
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Smithsonian Magazine Aug 20
Blood type, metabolism, exercise, shirt color and even drinking beer can make individuals especially delicious to mosquitoes.
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Pedro Alonso Aug 20
Today on , we are reminded of one of our most ancient and deadly enemies. In 2017 alone, the 🦟 caused 219million cases of & 435,000 deaths. Controlling this threat is critical. 💪Learn how:
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