The Ecologist


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Deforestation could fuel deadly spread of malaria, yellow fever and Lyme disease

David Hawkins

17th November, 2010

The economic and climate-related impacts of forest destruction are well known, but continued logging could unleash devastating new pandemics and spread fatal diseases into the human population, scientists tell the Ecologist more...

Warmer temperatures spreading malaria in Africa


4th January, 2010

Millions more exposed as disease moves into higher altitude areas in Kenya and Tanzania more...

How to be free: bad medicine

Tom Hodgkinson

3rd June, 2008

Bono may be cheerleading for its charitable wing, but corporate America is not waging a war on AIDS for the sake of its health, says Tom Hodgkinson more...

Monkey business - a brutal Amazonian trade in Owl Monkeys

Peter Bunyard

13th March, 2008

Peter Bunyard on the battle against malaria, a fallen hero of the Colombian medical establishment and the mysterious fate of thousands of unique primates. more...
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GM mosquito tipped to fight malaria


20th March, 2007

A genetically modified mosquito is being hailed as the route to tackling malaria, a disease which kills more than one million people every year. more...

malaria: 1/5 of 5


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