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Study: Climate Map Predicting Future African Malaria Outbreaks

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There is unequivocal proof Malaria does not need a warm climate – brief periods of warmth are enough. Malaria used to be a major cause of death in Northern Europe, during the depths of the Little Ice Age. Yet scientists still persist with pushing the myth that Malaria is somehow constrained by global climatic conditions.

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