Malaria-carrying mosquitoes rendered harmless after scientists use GM bacteria to kill off parasite in stomach

Malaria-carrying mosquitoes rendered harmless after scientists use GM bacteria to kill off parasite in stomachMosquitoes carry the malaria parasite in their stomachs | UPDATED: 09:33 GMT, 17 July 2012 Mosquitoes carry malaria via a stomach parasite, which is what scientists are now targeting Malaria could be stopped by infecting mosquitoes with genetically engineered bacteria.

Over-the-counter insect bite remedies are just not worth buying , say experts

Over-the-counter insect bite remedies are just not worth buying , say experts | UPDATED: 00:22 GMT, 12 April 2012 Futile: New research suggests there is little evidence that over-the-counter insect bite remedies work When the itching becomes too much, it’s not surprising many of us reach for a remedy after an insect bite.