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Why do some people attract mosquitoes more than others?

This finding as come about through studies on twins based on research conducted at the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, which is based in London. The study, , found that there is an underlying genetic component that makes certain people ... Digital Journal, 2 days ago
Do Mosquitoes Love You? Blame Your Genes LiveScience.com, 3 days ago
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Malaria vaccine is a letdown but could still reduce cases

photo, Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine Brian Greenwood of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine poses for a portrait in his office there in London. The world's leading malaria vaccine candidate appears to be a disappointment, ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer2 days ago GLAXOSMITHKLINE : World's most advanced malaria vaccine is a disappointment but could still reduce cases  4 Traders2 days ago Malaria vaccine is a letdown, but could reduce cases  CTV News2 days ago World's most advanced malaria vaccine is a disappointment but could still reduce cases  1057 EZRrock2 days ago
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Underweight People A Third More Likely To Develop Dementia, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Study

The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology: Being Underweight In Middle Age Associated With Increased Dementia Risk Middle-aged people who are underweight (with a Body Mass Index [BMI] less than 20 kg/m2 [1]) are a third more likely to develop dementia ...
 BioSpace1 week ago Obese People Are Less Prone to Develop Dementia, Says Study  Prensa Latina1 week ago Being Underweight In Middle Age Associated With Increased Dementia Risk, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Study 4/13/2015  ClinicSpace1 week ago Middle-age obesity could protect against dementia  ProKerala.com2 weeks ago
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New genetic mutation could signal start of malaria drug resistance in Africa

( London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine ) Early indicators of the malaria parasite in Africa developing resistance to the most effective drug available have been confirmed, according to new research from the London School of Hygiene & ...
 Infrosoft1 week ago Malaria parasites with Ap2mu gene mutation less sensitive to antimalarial drug artemisinin  News-Medical.Net6 days ago Drug-resistant malaria on the rise, experts say  Red Orbit1 week ago
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Increased use of food banks 'linked to higher unemployment, sanctions and welfare cuts' 9 Apr 2015

The findings by researchers from Oxford University, Liverpool University and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine are published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). The researchers linked data covering 375 local authorities of ...
 Blue Print2 weeks ago Study finds greater use of food banks linked to higher unemployment, sanctions and cuts in welfare spending  Noodls3 days ago Rise of UK food banks linked to local spending and central welfare cuts  Science Daily2 weeks ago Food banks rise 'linked to cuts'  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago
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Med India

Psychiatrist Vikram Patel in Time 100 list

Goa-based psychiatrist Dr Vikram Patel, who is also a professor of international mental health at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, has made it to the Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world. I feel happy and ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Psychiatrist Vikram Patel in Time Magazine's List of 100 Most Influential People  Med India6 days ago Modi, Nadela, Kochar, Patel among Time's 100 most influential people  Times of India1 week ago Goa based Vikram Patel named among Time's 100 influential people  Indian Express1 week ago
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Substandard drugs, not fakes, undermine fight against malaria - TRFN

By Magdalena Mis LONDON, April 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Poor quality drugs, not fake medicines, are the real threat in fight against malaria, causing deaths and increasing the risk of drug resistance, researchers said on Monday. ...
 Reuters Africa6 days ago Africa: Substandard Drugs, Not Fakes, Undermine Fight Against Malaria  AllAfrica.com6 days ago Study finds substandard malaria drugs, but no fakes  Phnom Penh Post4 days ago REUTERS - Substandard drugs, not fakes, undermine fight against malaria - TRFN  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago
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Hope soars as first malaria vaccine clears final hurdle

LONDON: The world's first malaria vaccine has passed its final test but the results haven't been emphatic. The results demonstrated that vaccination with RTS,S, followed by a booster dose administered 18 months after the primary schedule, reduced ...
 Times of India2 days ago World's first malaria vaccine could be available by October  Topnews.in13 hours ago World's first malaria vaccine to be used in Africa  The Nation Pakistan20 hours ago World's first malaria vaccine moves closer to use in Africa  The Guardian Nigeria1 day ago
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Your genes may make you more attractive to mosquitoes

LONDON: The likelihood of being bitten by mosquitoes could be down to genes responsible for body odour, according to a new study. Researchers from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine found, for the first time, an underlying genetic ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Mosquitoes 'lured by body odour genes'  GhanaWeb10 hours ago Body Odour Genes Determine Your Chance Of Getting A Mosquito Bite, Study Suggests  Huffington Post UK3 days ago Genes and body odour determine chance of mosquito bites, scientists find  Scottish Daily Express3 days ago
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Fake Medicines Do Real Damage: Thousands Die, Superbugs Get Stronger

Fake medicines are a 21st-century scourge, but they've been around for a long time. This advertising trade card for snake oil was printed in New York City around 1880. Transcendental Graphics/ hide caption i toggle caption Transcendental ...
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