August 15, 2019 | Health News
This year’s catastrophic flooding has created hard times for many people in Midwest, but it’s created a nirvana for mosquitoes.
Kansas City and the surrounding region could potentially become a hotbed for mosquito-borne viruses like West Nile virus in the coming years due to increasing temperatures and more frequent flooding, which are predicted by climate experts.
Cory Morin, an Acting Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health, is quoted in this story.
Read the entire story at STL Public Radio and a related story at KOSU.