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President Michael Sata is tomorrow expected in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for the AU 50 Celebrations and 21st Ordinary Session of the African Union which is scheduled to take place from the 25th to the 27th of May, 2013 in Addis Ababa Ethiopia., Lusaka Times reported.
8 hrs ago | Babalu Blog
I am sure Brazil's decision to cancel the purchase of slave labor from Cuba has less to do with morality and more to do with internal politics, but we are happy the end result is the same.
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Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene , Vol. 80, No.
It became quite the "sticky" situation. The school's principal, Axel Gruen, made a promise to his students that if they raised $1,000 for the Lutheran Malaria Initiative, he would let them tape him to the wall.
If you are going to spend much time in Africa, you will be taking anti-malaria pills.
The number of people in Africa receiving antiretroviral medications increased from less than 1 million in 2005 to an estimated 7.1 million in 2012, according to a new report from UNAIDS.
A malaria drug once widely prescribed to U.S. soldiers could cause symptoms similar to traumatic brain injury or post-traumatic stress disorder , one researcher says.
A new, highly sensitive blood test that quickly detects even the lowest levels of malaria parasites in the body could make a dramatic difference in efforts to tackle the disease in the UK and across the world, according to new research published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases.
In June 1866, an adventurous French expedition consisting of two steam-driven gunboats, filled with liquor, flour, guns and other goods, left Saigon and headed up the Mekong River to find a new inland way to China.
Ng says the VereTrop biochip, which took three years to develop, can detect and identify 26 different types of pathogens that cause 15 types of disease from whole blood or serum samples.
The elimination of malaria has closely followed patterns of urban growth over the past century, raising hope that booming urbanisation in developing nations will lead to further reductions in cases of what is still one of the world's top killers, says a study.
Traveller heading to parts of the world where yellow fever is prevalent no longer need a ten-year booster jab against the disease, the World Health Organisation has said.
In this Feb. 16, 2011 photo, Carlos Cervantes, 3, is photographed from his bed at Children's Hospital Central California in Madera, Calif.
A woman places her child under a mosquito net at a school where people who have been displaced by flooding have taken shelter, in Haiti's northern city of Cap Haitien, November 10, 2012.