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Treated bed nets shorten the lifespan even of mosquitoes that evolved resistance
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Tanzania: Kagera Residents Receive 130,000 Treated Nets

Bukoba — Over 130,000 Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) have been distributed to Standard One pupils in Kagera Region in efforts to control the spread of malaria. Regional Malaria Intergrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Julian Mugengi ... AllAfrica.com, 1 week ago

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One million schoolchildren get free bed nets

Over one million schoolchildren in both public and private basic schools in Ghana have received Insecticide Treated Nets free of charge to help in the fight against malaria. Schoolchildren from primary two and six received the nets in six regions ...
 Graphic Ghana1 month ago

Insecticide-Treated Net Campaign and Malaria Transmission in Western Kenya: 20032015

The original article is no longer available online. The following was retrieved from the ACI archive. The original story may not be viewable within ACI. Click to view the original if it does not appear below. Just select a payment option ...
 Newstex.ACI.info1 week ago

Malaria—should we abandon insecticide-treated bednets?

Home » Health » / no comments Credit: punghi/Shutterstock In Africa, some malaria-carrying mosquitoes have found ways to survive exposure to insecticides. This means that bednets treated with these chemicals may become less effective at ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago Nigeria:Eliminating Malaria in 2030  Daily Times Nigeria3 weeks ago Innovations give African leaders hope malaria can be beaten by 2030  HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago

Insecticide resistance and malaria control [Applied Biological Sciences]

Matthew B. Thomas a and Andrew F. Read a , b , 1 a Department of Entomology, Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics, Pennsylvania State University , University Park, PA 16802; b Department of Biology, Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics, ...
 PNAS1 week ago

Corporations gear up for dengue with mosquito nets

From mosquito nets for patients to additional beds in hospitals, the Capital's municipal corporations are getting ready to face the onslaught of dengue cases in the coming months. With monsoon being active this past week, the expected increase in ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Corporations gear up for dengue outbreak  The Hindu1 month ago

Oyibo: Pregnant women should sleep under treated mosquito net

Professor Wellington Oyibo is a Consultant Medical Parasitologist and Director, Research and Innovation Office, University of Lagos. Professor Wellington Oyibo is a Consultant Medical Parasitologist and Director, Research and Innovation Office, ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 month ago
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Beware bogus treatments: Here's how to really treat summer miseries

This 2006 photo provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a female Aedes aegypti mosquito in the process of acquiring a blood meal from a human host. On Friday, Feb. 26, 2015, the U.S. government said Zika infections have been ...
 Salon1 month ago

Managing damaging worm populations helps protect yield potential

Grower in mid-season soybean field, checking pods Stop the Worm Complex Insect damage can take a bite out of yields and profits , especially when infestations outlast insecticide control or populations develop resistance to well-used active ...
 Delta Farm Press1 month ago

Scientists develop new mosquito trapping for tropical Africa

Kenyan and Dutch scientists have developed a mosquito trap, which uses "human odour" to attract the malaria-carrying insects. The researchers from the Nairobi-based International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) said the new ...
 China.org.cn1 week ago
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