Malaria Newswire (Page 11)

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  1. Why do some people play spoilsport by mocking the ALS ice bucket...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Sarah In Tampa

    ... they allocate all other expenditures. In this world, more money for ALS means less money for Heart Disease. More for Malaria means less for Diabetes. More for AIDS means less for Alzheimer's. And so forth. It's not exactly a zero sum game, but the ...

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  2. Fresh water in a village called deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Economist

    ... water-borne, hygiene, and sanitation-related diseases are one of the main scourges in Walumbe, including diarrhea, malaria, scabies, trachoma, and bilharzia (and the latter may even be linked to the high rate of HIV/AIDS here, say scientists). The ...

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  3. South Asian nations pledge to fight vector-borne diseasesRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Newkerala.com

    Health ministers of South Asian countries including India Tuesday pledged to control and eliminate vector-borne diseases like malaria, kala azar and lymphatic filariasis in the region. The Dhaka declaration on vector-borne diseases was adopted at the World Health Organization's South Asian regional meeting here.

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  4. Jakarta Declares Free Of Malaria Since MarchRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Malaysian National News Agency

    Jakarta is free of malaria as of March this year, head of the Jakarta Health Office said Tuesday. "Since March this year, malaria has been eliminated in five municipalities so we can confirm that Jakarta is currently free of malaria," Indonesia's Antara news agency reports Dien Emmawati as saying.

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  5. Antimalarial flow synthesis closer to commercialisationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Chemistry World

    ... uch as possible, at the lowest price, to make it accessible to most people,' he says. There are 250 million cases of malaria each year, and effective medication is expensive and in short supply. Justine Davies e...

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  6. Proactive office ergonomics can increase job satisfaction, employee retentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Science Daily

    ... a disparity fueled in part by the lack of standard clinical guidelines on the types and By comparing the genomes of malaria parasites that affect chimpanzees and those that affect humans, researchers discovered that it is the difference in the ...

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  7. Prioritizing pregnant women in malaria endemic regions for bed nets from clinicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Science Daily

    Donors, Ministries of Health, implementing agencies, and other partners should prioritize providing pregnant women in malaria endemic regions with long-lasting insecticide treated nets through antenatal care clinics to help prevent malaria and its adverse effects on mother and infant, according to experts. Donors, Ministries of Health, implementing agencies, and other partners should prioritise providing pregnant women in malaria endemic regions with long-lasting insecticide treated nets through antenatal care clinics to help prevent malaria and its adverse effects on mother and infant, according to experts from the UK and US, writing in this week's PLOS Medicine .

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  8. Why humans don't suffer from chimpanzee malaria: DNA region...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Science Daily

    The DNA region controlling red-blood-cell invasion holds the genetic key to human malaria infection, according to new research. By comparing the genomes of malaria parasites that affect chimpanzees and those that affect humans, researchers discovered that it is the difference in the parasites' surface proteins that determine which host it will infect.

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  9. Why do mushrooms turn brown?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Science Daily

    ... ago -- of the Pisco Basin, a desert on the coast of Peru. It belongs to a rare extinct By comparing the genomes of malaria parasites that affect chimpanzees and those that affect humans, researchers discovered that it is the difference in the ...

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  10. Novel cancer drug proves safe for leukemia patients in Phase I clinical trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | Science Daily

    ... a disparity fueled in part by the lack of standard clinical guidelines on the types and By comparing the genomes of malaria parasites that affect chimpanzees and those that affect humans, researchers discovered that it is the difference in the ...

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  11. Dengue fever hits JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Crofs Blogs

    ... only nine countries experienced severe dengue before 1970, the disease is now endemic in more than 100 countries. Malaria, another mosquito-borne infection, is also on the rise. Health authorities have closed and fumigated parks in Tokyo where ...

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  12. During IOP Chat, Liberian President Weighs Concern, Optimism about Ebola OutbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Harvard Crimson

    ... to T. H. Chan School of Public Health Professors Michael J. VanRooyen and Dyann F. Wirth. Wirth, a global leader in malaria research, said that there is significant work being done in the development of a vaccine for the disease, with two options ...

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  13. Microbial Factories Could Produce Locally Brewed PainkillersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | LiveScience

    ... acid, which is only one chemical step away from artemisinin, the most efficient drug against Plasmodium falciparum malaria. The success story of Keasling's artemisinic acid microbial factory drew a lot of attention and in 2008, pharmaceutical giant ...

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  14. Bangladesh visit: Harsh Vardhan calls for packing in "power of belief" in war on diseasesRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Newkerala.com

    ... will be adopted at the four-day event. Dr. Harsh Vardhan said, "The region is home to many vector-borne diseases. Malaria continues to be a threat. The region has become hyperendemic with regular reporting of dengue cases since 2000. Almost 67 ...

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  15. Suspected Ebola case in Italy suffers from malariaRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Xinhuanet

    A Nigerian woman hospitalised on Tuesday in Italy with suspected symptoms of contracting the Ebola virus was suffering from malaria, hospital authorities said. The 42-year-old woman, a regular migrant living in the central region of Marche, showed signs that could be those of Ebola and was admitted early on Tuesday to the infectious diseases' department of the main regional hospital in Ancona, where she was isolated.

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  16. David Suzuki: Fighting climate change offers many health benefitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | The Georgia Straight

    ... Pathogens that plague humans, livestock, and crops spread more widely. WHO notes that diseases such as cholera, malaria, and dengue are especially sensitive to weather and climate changes. According to WHO, "Climate change is already causing tens of ...

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  17. Ebola - the world's KatrinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Crofs Blogs

    ... she ripped this apart with eye-opening evidence of the links between helminth (worm) infections, schistosomiasis, malaria, and AIDS, effectively demonstrating that the parasitic infections strongly increase the susceptibility to HIV, explaining the ...

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  18. High blood pressure ER visits jumped 25 percent in 2006-11Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Science Daily

    ... a disparity fueled in part by the lack of standard clinical guidelines on the types and By comparing the genomes of malaria parasites that affect chimpanzees and those that affect humans, researchers discovered that it is the difference in the ...

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  19. Guest: Ebola just one of many infectious diseases ravaging the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Seattle Times

    ... of these deaths are in developing countries and are a result of preventable or treatable diseases such as diarrhea, malaria, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. While in the developed world the impact of these diseases is limited through education and ...

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  20. New Report Highlights Dire Situation of Many U.S. BirdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | National Geographic

    ... on the report's "Watch List." ) Invasive species such as cats and snakes, and introduced diseases such as avian malaria, have taken a heavy toll on island birds. Hawaii's native birds have been especially hard hit, comprising one-third of all U.S. ...

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