Alarm As Drug Resistant ‘Super Malaria’ Spreads Across Asia
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Mohendra has a Bachelor's degree in Biology and a Masters in Biotechnology. Growing up, he enjoyed learning as much as he could from any and all topics. He has gone on many Wikipedia rabbit holes, scouring to find more interesting facts than the last. He writes to both learn and lead others into their own search of scientific knowledge, both mundane and interesting.

                       

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As we continue to become globalized and more connected with people from across the world, we also face the threat of diseases that were once localized to particular regions. Diseases that were once found in tropical regions are now being found in the United States. There are many treatments that we can take to help prevent infection and protect us as we travel, but problems still arise as the climate continues to change and as animals begin to adapt to...

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