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Malaria

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  1. How Drones Are Being Used To Track Malaria

    America's got pretty good at using drones to hunt and kill big tangible things, but Hellfire missiles and Reapers aren't all that good at tracking little insects. But ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gizmodo

  2. In a remote area of Southeast Asia, drones are fighting a battle — not against terrorists or insurgents, but against infectious disease. Researchers on the island of Borneo are using flying ... FULL ARTICLE AT Mashable

  1. Chad: Regional instability overshadows the fate of remaining IDPs

    Source: Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre Country: Chad Chad’s security situation has improved and the country has become more politically stable since 2010, but it lies at the centre of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  2. Ebola Virus Survivor Returns To Home State

    A woman from Evergreen whose fight with ebola gripped the nation is back in her home state of Colorado. FULL ARTICLE AT CBS4Denver.com

  3. Robot Performs Brain Surgery Via Patient’s Cheek

    Yes, we have read about a robot that can help combat malaria , with the potential for robots to provide a brighter future in the fight against the ebola virus , but ... FULL ARTICLE AT Ubergizmo

  1. Washington, Oct 24 : A new research has observed that bacterium isolated from the gut of an Aedes mosquito can reduce infection of mosquitoes by malaria parasites and dengue virus. FULL ARTICLE AT New Kerala

  2. [SciDev.Net]Bangkok -One major difficulty in the fight against infectious diseases is to identify the right interventions and the best way to combine them. Mathematical models allow predictions to ... FULL ARTICLE AT AllAfrica.com

  3. Source: Miraya FM Country: South Sudan The Director General of Kuajok hospital, Dr. Ring Chiman, says six people have died from malaria this month alone. Chiman blames the increase on ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  4. Source: US Agency for International Development Country: Guinea Home visits save lives through testing and treatment Oct. 2014—In Guinea, malaria is the leading cause of health consultations, and is ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

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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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