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In urban Baltimore, poor neighborhoods have more mosquitoes

(Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies) A new study published in the Journal of Medical Entomology reports that in Baltimore, Maryland, neighborhoods with high levels of residential abandonment are hotspots for tiger mosquitoes (Aedes albopictus). This environmental injustice may leave low-income urban residents more vulnerable to mosquito-borne disease.
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In Baltimore, Maryland, neighborhoods with high levels of residential abandonment are hotspots for tiger mosquitoes (Aedes albopictus), new research concludes. This environmental injustice may leave low-income urban residents more v...

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