Global Warming May be Behind Increase in Insects and Disease-Carrying Animals

Rising temperatures may be the cause of a population boom in insects and disease-caring animals.  Experts warn that with the arrival of summer, extra care needs to be taken to ward against insects such as mosquitoes and ticks.  Read more here.
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