CHILDREN CAN BE STEALTH SUPERSPREADERS OF MALARIA TO MOSQUITOES

© Provided by Live Science mosquito feeding on blood in a lab experiment Children infected with malaria can become "superspreaders" and pass the parasite to droves of local mosquitoes, even if the kids never develop symptoms of the disease, a new study suggests. Since this disease is passed from humans to mosquitoes and then back again, rather than from person to person, this fi...