Malaria mortality remains highly seasonal in rural Burkina Faso.
FoxP3+ regulatory CD4 T cells (Tregs) help to maintain the delicate balance between pathogen-specific immunity and immune-mediated pathology.
Photovoice is an effective method for re-imaging malaria.
Stage-specific transcription is a fundamental biological process in the life cycle of the Plasmodium parasite.
Changing treatment practices may be selecting for changes in the drug sensitivity of malaria parasites.
Malaria was associated with impaired nutritional status amongst children in an endemic area of the Western Brazilian Amazon where P. vivax predominates.
Acute lower respiratory tract infections (ALRTI) are the leading cause of global childhood mortality, with human respiratory syncytial virus (hRSV) being a major cause of viral ALRTI in young children worldwide.
There is evidence of good efficacy of AL in Malawi notwithstanding geographical contrasts and this supports the continued use of AL as the first-line treatment for uncomplicated malaria.
Malaria vector mosquitoes in Bioko do bite humans outdoors, and this has the potential to reduce the effectiveness of vector control.
The findings suggest that STH and Plasmodium infections tend to occur in the same children, with increasing prevalence of co-infection with age.