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Heat waves are striking more people, disease-carrying mosquitoes are spreading and weather disasters are becoming more common, the authors note in the report published Monday by the British medical journal the Lancet.
Yes, the lions and mosquitoes and crocodiles are very scary, but the real fears came from the interpersonal relationships — the fear of being yourself and being comfortable in your own skin.
Others came sick from the contaminated water and mosquitoes that followed the hurricane.
Switzerland is free of the Anopheles species of mosquito that transmits Plasmodium falciparum, the more deadly variety of malaria which is present in sub-Saharan Africa.
In the past two summers, millions of mosquito-like insects called goeldichironomus swarmed the Taj Mahal and excreted a green substance on its walls, marring their bright sheen.
To keep mosquitoes from transmitting malaria, aim for the gut.
Guerra has thrown open his windows and doors, and all that seems to do is let more mosquitoes in.
For me, that usually means five nights in a tent in Maine in August, with my family, way too many mosquitoes, and absolutely no moving pictures.
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