Research shows that mosquitoes bite more people during the day

A study on the nature of malaria-causing malaria in the Central African Republic found that almost all malaria occurs indoors during the day.

Previous research - on the assumption that mosquitoes are more likely to bite at night - has focused on taking measures to combat malaria treated mosquito nets.

New research suggests that measures to fight malaria should be expanded not only at home - but also in schools, workplaces and shops.

The researchers relied on a year-long study of mosquitoes collected after bites in the Central African Republic's capital, Bangui.

Malaria kills hundreds of thousands of people every year, most of them children in Africa.

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