Despite fears, gains in fighting malaria

Christian Science Monitor: Malaria may not deserve its high-profile spot as a leading public-health concern tied to global warming. A research team has found that over the past century, malaria's prevalence has declined significantly, despite a century-long warming of global average temperatures. The finding was published in this week's issue of the journal Nature by the Malaria Atlas Project, an international consortium of researchers that maps and tracks incidence of the disease, as well as social and ......

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