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Malaria

Malaria

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  1. In Africa, Motorcycles Can Save Lives by Delivering Health Care

    A lifelong biker founded a group that helps health workers deliver basic care, transport lab specimens and administer diagnostic tests for such common diseases as malaria, tuberculosis and HIV. FULL ARTICLE AT OpinionJournal

  2. A drug already approved for treating other diseases may be useful as a treatment for cerebral malaria, according to researchers at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. They ... FULL ARTICLE AT News-Medical.net

  1. Source: Australian Red Cross Country: Malawi Over 42,000 people are living in overcrowded tents after heavy flooding in Malawi. Red Cross is working hard to provide safe water and ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  2. Source: UN Children's Fund Country: Djibouti Despite slightly better rainfall at the end of 2014, seven years of drought have put Djibouti’s population under severe stress. Child survival ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  3. Above is an actual sign from a game reserve in South Africa. I am sure it is posted for legal reasons, but considering it cautions visitors about venomous snakes, malaria ... FULL ARTICLE AT All You Need Is A Good Idea!

  1. Source: UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction Country: Malawi By Ann Weru NAIROBI, 28 January 2015 – Lashed by torrential rains, Malawi and neighbouring countries are in the grip of a ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  2. Pollution Blamed as Leading Cause of Death in Developing World

    In 2012, pollution – in the form of contaminated soil, water, and both indoor and outdoor air – was responsible for 8.4 million deaths in developing countries, finds Pollution: The Silent ... FULL ARTICLE AT Environmental News Network

  3. Central African Republic: CAR Crisis IOM Regional Response Situation Report | 6 - 19 January 2015

    Source: International Organization for Migration Country: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad HIGHLIGHTS CAR: During the reporting period, IOM also divided communal shelters into separate family compartments in Boda in order ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  4. Pollution is the leading cause of death in low- and middle-income countries, according to a report from the Global Alliance on Health and Pollution. In 2012, pollution – in the form ... FULL ARTICLE AT Triple Pundit

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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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