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9 cases of dengue in Delhi, malaria and chikungunya cases also reported - Times of India

Malaria News Feeds - March 5, 2018 - 11:53

Times of India

9 cases of dengue in Delhi, malaria and chikungunya cases also reported
Times of India
NEW DELHI: At least nine cases of dengue have been reported in Delhi in the first two months this year, indicating early spread of the virus carrying the vector-borne disease in the national capital. Of the nine cases reported till March 3, six were ...

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9 cases of dengue in Delhi, malaria and chikungunya cases also reported - Business Standard

Malaria News Feeds - March 5, 2018 - 11:50

9 cases of dengue in Delhi, malaria and chikungunya cases also reported
Business Standard
At least nine cases of dengue have been reported in Delhi in the first two months this year, indicating early spread of the virus carrying the vector-borne disease in the national capital. Of the nine cases reported till March 3, six were recorded in ...

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Byron bay woman facing double hand amputation after catching malaria - 9news.com.au

Malaria News Feeds - March 5, 2018 - 02:41

9news.com.au

Byron bay woman facing double hand amputation after catching malaria
9news.com.au
A Byron Bay woman who caught a deadly strain of malaria while volunteering at an elephant sanctuary in Cambodia is likely to lose both of her hands and all of her toes to the disease. Parents of girl mauled by dog 'were at the gym'. The parents of a 10 ...

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An Overlooked Aspect of War Is the Toll Illness Often Takes on Soldiers - History News Network (HNN)

Malaria News Feeds - March 4, 2018 - 18:37

History News Network (HNN)

An Overlooked Aspect of War Is the Toll Illness Often Takes on Soldiers
History News Network (HNN)
Case in Point: How malaria affected the troops in the Second Seminole War, turning some soldiers mad. Disease, malnutrition, mental trauma and other facets of ill-health have always beleaguered armies and have accounted for far more deaths than ...

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Doctor's bad advice sees traveller contract severe malaria - Starts at 60

Malaria News Feeds - March 4, 2018 - 04:38

Starts at 60

Doctor's bad advice sees traveller contract severe malaria
Starts at 60
Her story is a warning to all those thinking of travelling to countries where there is a threat of malaria. Malaria is a life-threatening disease that's commonly transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito carrying the Plasmodium parasite and ...

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WHO complains about anti-malaria challenges - DAWN.com

Malaria News Feeds - March 4, 2018 - 02:21

WHO complains about anti-malaria challenges
DAWN.com
PESHAWAR: The World Health Organisation has complained about challenges in the fight against malaria in Pakistan, especially in Fata and Balochistan, where 80 per cent of the nationwide mosquito-borne disease's incidence is reported. “Malaria is ...

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Australian woman on her dream holiday in Cambodia nearly dies and faces having her hands and toes amputated after ... - Daily Mail

Malaria News Feeds - March 3, 2018 - 09:15

Daily Mail

Australian woman on her dream holiday in Cambodia nearly dies and faces having her hands and toes amputated after ...
Daily Mail
A woman faces the amputation of her hands and toes after she contracted a deadly disease on her dream holiday in Cambodia. Shelley Hill, 46, left Byron Bay in New South Wales last month to volunteer helping sick and abused elephants in Mondulkiri. She ...

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543 patients tested positive for malaria in 2017: Economic Survey - United News of India

Malaria News Feeds - March 3, 2018 - 07:25

543 patients tested positive for malaria in 2017: Economic Survey
United News of India
543 patients tested positive for malaria in 2017: Economic Survey. Panaji, Mar 3 (UNI) As many as 543 patients of 2,72,236, who were tested for malaria, were found to be positive in 2017 in Goa, according to Economic Survey tabled in the state assembly ...

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Ask The Doctor: A daily aspirin regimen and the danger of malaria - Georgia Voice

Malaria News Feeds - March 3, 2018 - 00:55

Georgia Voice

Ask The Doctor: A daily aspirin regimen and the danger of malaria
Georgia Voice
A: Yes, malaria is still an active disease in India and most travelers should receive medications to prevent them from contracting malaria before traveling. There are very few areas in India where malaria is not known to occur. In particular, these are ...

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'Malaria kills kids needlessly': Joe Wicks issues plea for action to combat deadly disease - Irish Mirror

Malaria News Feeds - March 2, 2018 - 23:08

Irish Mirror

'Malaria kills kids needlessly': Joe Wicks issues plea for action to combat deadly disease
Irish Mirror
In my mind if he had malaria, he was going to die. But when the test came back positive, there was no panic or distress. Malaria is so common in Sierra Leone they were almost blasé about it. Stephen's mother Mabinti had been in the clinic near Port ...

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'Malaria kills kids needlessly': Joe Wicks issues plea for action to combat deadly disease - Mirror.co.uk

Malaria News Feeds - March 2, 2018 - 23:08

'Malaria kills kids needlessly': Joe Wicks issues plea for action to combat deadly disease
Mirror.co.uk
Stephen was just 12 months old but full of a fever and so lethargic that medical staff suspected he had malaria . I could feel myself getting emotional as nurses in the tiny rural clinic with the most basic facilities weighed him and tested his blood ...

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Lab Grown Parasite Could Help Researchers Fight Malaria - R & D Magazine

Malaria News Feeds - March 2, 2018 - 20:46

R & D Magazine

Lab Grown Parasite Could Help Researchers Fight Malaria
R & D Magazine
Researchers may have found a better way to understand the dormant form of a parasite that leads to malaria and is resistant to most antimalarial drugs. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a way to grow the dormant ...

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Aussie traveller sick with severe malaria after doctor's bad advice - NEWS.com.au

Malaria News Feeds - March 2, 2018 - 14:02

NEWS.com.au

Aussie traveller sick with severe malaria after doctor's bad advice
NEWS.com.au
Malaria, a potentially fatal infection of the liver and red blood cells, is a significant health problem around the world, including parts of South East Asia. It's curable if diagnosed and treated quickly and correctly. The eastern Mondulkiri region of ...

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Avian Malaria Marches Northward As Climate Warms – 9/25 KQED Science News Roundup - KQED QUEST

Malaria News Feeds - March 2, 2018 - 03:35

Avian Malaria Marches Northward As Climate Warms – 9/25 KQED Science News Roundup
KQED QUEST
Here's today's roundup of science, nature and environment news from the Bay Area and beyond. Avian malaria marches northward as climate warmsSuper-hot summers, explosive storms and melting ice caps are the usual images that spring up when discussing ...

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Malaria Vaccines Market – Latest Trends and Future Growth Study by 2025 - Chicago Evening Post

Malaria News Feeds - March 1, 2018 - 23:00

Chicago Evening Post

Malaria Vaccines Market – Latest Trends and Future Growth Study by 2025
Chicago Evening Post
Albany, NY — 03/01/2018 — Malaria has become one of the public health concerns. According to the World Health Organization, the estimated cases of malaria in 2016 was 216 million globally, which was almost 2.5% higher than that of 2015. This mosquito ...

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New insights into how a virus-blocking bacterium operates in mosquitoes

Science Daily - Malaria - March 1, 2018 - 19:42
New research reveals details of the mechanism by which the bacterium Wolbachia blocks viruses in mosquito cells, suggesting that it reduces viral replication inside cells and that rapid degradation of viral RNA is involved.
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Ex Sky Sports presenter Charlie Webster was left fighting for life from malaria - Daily Mail

Malaria News Feeds - March 1, 2018 - 19:03

Daily Mail

Ex Sky Sports presenter Charlie Webster was left fighting for life from malaria
Daily Mail
Sky Sports presenter Charlie Webster is determined to get back on her bike after being struck down by malaria on 3,000-mile charity ride. Ex Sky Sports presenter Charlie Webster was left fighting for life from malaria; Charlie had to be put into an ...
'I'm Determined To Cycle Again': Charlie Webster On Coping With PTSD After Near-Death Malaria ExperienceHuffPost UK

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Columbia couple works to wipe out malaria - Columbia Star

Malaria News Feeds - March 1, 2018 - 16:06

Columbia couple works to wipe out malaria
Columbia Star
Photo courtesy of www.nothing butnets.net Columbia residents Trey and Cindy Powell are working to wipe out malaria— one net at a time. The Powells, franchise owners of a pest control company called Mosquito Joes, are raising funds for Nothing But Nets ...

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