Rainforest dwellers get the road to illness


It’s no surprise that roads through rainforests are bad news for the trees; deforestation often follows infrastructure. They could also be bad for people, though. A study from the thinning jungle of northern Ecuador suggests that where roads go, disease follows, in a way that echoes the spread of disease in the New World brought by 15th-century European colonisers. Joseph Eisenberg of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
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