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Malaria

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  1. A 28-year-old Indian architect has been named "young leader of tomorrow" by Time magazine for his pioneering work in designing affordable flood-proof houses for slum dwellers. Alok Shetty is among ... FULL ARTICLE AT DNA India

  2. Crew members from African ship remain hospitalized

    The crew members who were diagnosed with malaria remain in the hospital after being removed from the vessel on Thursday. FULL ARTICLE AT WDSU New Orleans

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Anopheles mosquito dangerous vehicle of a malaria infection.

Anopheles mosquito dangerous vehicle of a malaria infection.

  1. Source: Radio Dabanga Country: Sudan KASS (19 Sep.) - The displaced people living in El Batari camp in Kass locality, South Darfur, have complained about the bad health conditions, the spread ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  2. Malaria cause of illness on ship… Click to Continue » FULL ARTICLE AT The Sun Herald

  3. A Trinidadian who returned recently from Central Africa, and who fell ill with high fever, pains and tiredness — which could not be contained with Panadol, followed by vomiting after three ... FULL ARTICLE AT Trinidad and Tobago’s Newsday

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Mefloquine malaria drug, chemical structure. Atoms are represented as spheres with conventional color coding: hydrogen (white), carbon (grey), nitrogen (blue), oxygen (red), fluorine (gold).

Mefloquine malaria drug, chemical structure. Atoms are represented as spheres with conventional color coding: hydrogen (white), carbon (grey), nitrogen (blue), oxygen (red), fluorine (gold).

  1. Tulane Professor discusses officials' handling of sick passengers

    Louisiana officials used abundance of caution in helping those infected with malaria. FULL ARTICLE AT WDSU New Orleans

  2. Dr. Corey Hebert discusses malaria and various treatments

    Dr. Corey Hebert says malaria is a disease that's been around a long time and it's transmitted by the mosquito, taking the blood of one infected animal and ... FULL ARTICLE AT WDSU New Orleans

  3. Condition of river pilot of African ship unclear

    Not much information is being released on the condition of the river pilot who was aboard and African vessel in which several crew members became ill with malaria. FULL ARTICLE AT WDSU New Orleans

  4. What are the lessons learned from malaria scare?

    Many questions linger as the patients recover from malaria. WDSU's Kelsey Davis has the latest on the lessons learned from the recent events. FULL ARTICLE AT WDSU New Orleans

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Malaria is a vector-borne infectious disease caused by protozoan parasites. It is widespread in tropical and subtropical regions, including parts of the Americas, Asia, and Africa. Each year, there are approximately 350–500 million cases of malaria, killing between one and three million people, the majority of whom are young children in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ninety percent of malaria-related deaths... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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