Debunking myths about malaria and its vector, the mosquito

Tabitha Mwangi, Pwani University Myths about diseases spread like wildfire. Malaria is a case in point. The Conversation Africa‚Äôs Health and Medicine Editor Joy Wanja Muraya asked Tabitha Mwangi to help sort out fact from fiction. Mosquitoes only bite at night. Not entirely true. There are two types of mosquitoes that bite mostly at night; …

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