According to a recent study published on the journal Nature Communications last Dec. 6, 2016, the population of mosquitoes have increased almost ten-fold over the last 50 years especially in New York, New Jersey, and California.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved of the genetically modified mosquitoes on August 5.
Thousands of people around the world will die of heat stroke, coastal flooding, diarrhoel disease, malaria and dengue and undernutrition.
Genetically modified mosquitoes released in Brazil have successfully reduced dengue cases by 91% for the year.
Researchers have developed a model of forecasting a dengue outbreak by analyzing hotline phone calls.
Researchers now expect to slowly gain a better understanding of the Zika virus, as they unveil the face of the dreadful disease.