Rwanda: How Govt is Winning Malaria Fight [New Times] Following the malaria contingency plan that was put in place in 2016, severe cases of malaria and mortality have since decreased by 50 per cent. allAfrica.com - Published 4 hours ago
Venezuela crisis could spark surge in infectious diseases: study A humanitarian crisis in Venezuela is accelerating the re-emergence of malaria, Chagas disease, dengue, Zika and other dangerous infectious diseases and threatens to jeopardize 20 years of public.. Reuters - Published 11 hours ago
How Venezuela is turning its useless bank notes into gold
Venezuela's most successful financial operations in recent years have not taken place on Wall Street, but in primitive gold-mining camps in the nation's southern reaches. Ciara Lee reports.
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Malaria danger looms behind Ebola crisis
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The world has made big progress in the fight against malaria. But that is under threat from the disease's growing resistance..
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Bill And Melinda Gates Continue To Fight For A Healthier World
Bill and Melinda Gates are making a hard push for rich countries to re-invest in four key public health programs that fund inexpensive vaccines, malaria bed nets, diarrhea medicines, and healthcare for..
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The key to a better malaria vaccine | Faith Osier
The malaria vaccine was invented more than a century ago -- yet each year, hundreds of thousands of people still die from the disease. How can we improve this vital vaccine? In this informative talk,..
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What Is Malaria?
Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by a parasite. About 1,700 cases of malaria are diagnosed in the US each year.
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The science behind itch-induced scratching
A recent study reveals that a small category of neurons track itch-evoked scratching behavior in mice.
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What makes us scratch an itch?
BEIJING — We itch, we scratch, we scratch, we itch, what is the science behind this annoying cycle?
A recent study published in the journal Neuron reveals that a small category of neurons located in..
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Venezuela compared to war zone as number of malaria cases rocket Telegraph.co.uk - Published 12 hours ago
Giving mosquitoes DIET PILLS could combat the spread of malaria, Zika and dengue fever A study by The Rockefeller University in New York found that giving female mosquitoes - which suck blood - drugs containing appetite-suppressing proteins stopped them biting. MailOnline - Published 2 weeks ago GM mosquitoes: playing with God or the only way to wipe out malaria? Telegraph.co.uk - Published 2 weeks ago
Surgery kills more people than HIV, TB and malaria COMBINED A study by the University of Birmingham found that 4.2million people die worldwide within 30 days of surgery every year. This is compared to 2.97million for HIV, TB and malaria put together. MailOnline - Published 3 weeks ago
DNA from single mosquito extracted for first time heralds 'breakthrough' in war on malaria Telegraph.co.uk - Published 3 weeks ago
Medical alert dogs could detect a TEASPOON of sugar in two Olympic-sized swimming pools Research by the Milton Keynes-based charity Medical Detection Dogs claims the animals are our 'best defence' in early detection of diseases like cancer, malaria and Parkinson's. MailOnline - Published on January 23, 2019 Battle to make gin in garden shed in Birmingham is won - despite neighbour protests It is all inspired by an old 19th century recipe used to combat malaria in India Tamworth Herald - Published on January 22, 2019
FT Health: Fighting the three biggest infectious diseases Guest curator Peter Sands on action against Aids, TB and malaria FT.com - Published on January 18, 2019
Fund battling AIDS, TB and malaria seeks $14 billion to invigorate fight At least $14 billion is needed to accelerate the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria and quell stubborn epidemics that still kill millions, the head of a global health fund said on Friday. Reuters - Published on January 11, 2019
Longleat penguins: Last of malaria-stricken birds moved Longleat Safari Park moved the penguins after a second outbreak of avian malaria at their enclosure. BBC News - Published on January 6, 2019 Also reported by • BBC Local News
First malaria saliva test could help eliminate the disease through early diagnosis Telegraph.co.uk - Published on January 4, 2019 Diverse novel Wolbachia strains could lead to the reduction in the transmission of malaria Wednesday 19 December, 2018The discovery of novel Wolbachia bacteria strains in Anopheles malaria vectors could lead to the reduction in the transmission of malaria, according to a study published in.. Pressat - Published on December 19, 2018
Longleat shuts penguin enclosure after new malaria deaths BBC Local News: Wiltshire -- The safari park described it as "a difficult decision" made after a number of birds died. BBC Local News - Published on December 7, 2018 Also reported by • BBC News Death on the road: Traffic accidents kill more than malaria, HIV and TB Telegraph.co.uk - Published on December 7, 2018
Longleat Safari Park to close Penguin Island in 2019 due to avian malaria Several penguins died from the disease Blackmore Vale - Published on December 6, 2018 Blood-sucking insects preserved in amber for millions of years were infected with MALARIA Microorganisms that cause a variety of deadly illnesses were discovered during a study of perfectly preserved blood-sucking insects and ticks, say scientists at Oregon State University. MailOnline - Published on November 28, 2018
FT Health: Progress stalls in fight against malaria Mental health costs, DNDI’s Bernard Pécoul, sleep bonus FT.com - Published on November 23, 2018 Eradicate malaria and we will save millions of lives from one of humanity's oldest foes Telegraph.co.uk - Published on November 22, 2018