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DDT And Global Swarming

Rising temperatures mean growing numbers of mosquitoes, which are spreading malaria in Africa. DDT has been effective against the mosquitoes that spread malaria, but very few people want to bring it back for fear of DDT's other effects.

Global warming may be behind increase in insects and disease-carrying animals

Insects such as mosquitoes and ticks carrying diseases are proliferating due to the warmer temperatures. They are moving into regions currently uninhabitable for them, carrying their diseases along with them.
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