Wmore than a hat, adults exposed to music "coupled much less often" than those in an area without music.
"I noticed that this music may slow down the host attack, reduce blood supply and interrupt mating provides new ways to develop control measures and personal protection based on music against the diseases transmitted by Aedes. "
The study was published in the scientific magazine Arcta Tropica on March 25 and since then it has received some interest in social networks.
"Maybe we can eliminate malaria by playing @Skrillex with a lot of force in Africa," a Twitter user wrote.
"Imagine getting a little skrillex and getting all mosquitoes like" root "now pack up boys," he joked another one.
In response to a study article about Reddit, where he shared with his title "the electronic song" Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites "reduces host attack and vector mating success of dengue Aedes aegypti, "a Reddit user responded simply:" Already, I too. "
Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites reached number 77 on the official UK streaming diagram on its launch in 2010 and sold more than 2,000,000 units in the United States, where it won the best dance recording at the 54th Grammy Awards.