Rise in malaria forecast for tropical highlands

SciDevNet: More people may contract malaria in the tropical highlands of Africa, Asia and South America as global warming makes the climate in these areas more suitable for the disease's transmission, according to a study. While the study focuses on the effects of global warming, it notes that further studies will be needed to account for other factors that may influence the disease's spread, including economic development, changes in human population patterns and adaptations in the mosquitoes that transmit......

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