France

Dengue fever is in France, and more tropical diseases may be heading for Europe. This is why

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Changing climate conditions are promoting new habitats for mosquitoes to breed. Image: Unsplash/Syed Ali

Michael Head
Senior Research Fellow in Global Health, University of Southampton
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Bed nets are effective against malaria. Less so against dengue. Image: Unsplash/Presley Roozenburg

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