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About 115 results for "regional malaria research institute"

Study correlates African malaria cases with location of large dams

Study correlates African malaria cases with location of large ...

A recent study, completed by a team including researchers from the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), for the first time correlated cases of malaria in sub-Saharan Africa with the location of large dams in the region. The study ... BioPrepWatch, 1 week ago
Study links dams to rising cases of malaria in Africa The Guardian Nigeria, 3 weeks ago

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Kenya News Agency

Malaria still remains a threat in the country

The Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) Head of Corporate Affairs, Davies Mkoji says Malaria burden has become costly to families and is urging the communities to learn how to prevent the disease. Speaking to Kenya News Agency at the KEMRI ...
 Kenya News Agency1 month ago
Medical News Today

Humans and monkeys affected by the same malaria parasite in the Amazon region

Research scientists in Tübingen discover indications that two types of parasites are actually one with several host species - this has consequences for the global battle against the disease Tropical medicine experts from Tübingen have ...
 Medical News Today6 days ago Experts discover malaria infections may be transferred between humans and animals  Sott.net1 week ago
Siasat Daily

Climate change will lead to rise in malaria, dengue cases

New Delhi: Rising temperatures due to climate change will increase the spread of deadly vector-borne diseases like malaria and dengue especially in the Himalayan region, experts said here on Friday while emphasising there was an urgent need to ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago Rising to the call of climate change  Millennium Post1 month ago Climate Justice and the Wanton Warmist  Quadrant Online1 month ago
Asian Scientist

Single-Dose Malaria Drug Reaches Human Trials

A long-lasting single-dose malaria drug in phase II clinical trials provides hope for malaria-infected patients. Asian Scientist Newsroom | August 12, 2015 | Pharma AsianScientist (Aug. 12, 2015) - Scientists have discovered a drug that could ...
 Asian Scientist1 month ago Phase II trials underway for new single dose malaria treatment  Monash University1 month ago
Times of India

Nobel Prize for medicine awarded to three scientists for discoveries that helped doctors fight malaria and infections caused by parasites

STOCKHOLM: Neglected diseases that affect the world's poorest people and hence have failed to attract the attention of global pharmaceutical giants, have received a major push with the 2015 Nobel Prize for medicine being awarded to scientists for ...
 Times of India5 hours ago

Genes that strengthen African children from building malaria identified

Variations in DNA during a specific plcae (or locus) on a genome that strengthen African children from building serious malaria, in some cases scarcely halving a child's possibility of building a life-threatening disease, have been identified in a ...
 Fresh Ghana.com2 days ago Gene fends off malaria  Times Live South Africa3 days ago Genes that protect African children from developing malaria identified 30 Sep 2015  Blue Print5 days ago Scientists Identify Genes That Protect African Children From Developing Malaria  Tech Times3 days ago

Dams and malaria -- what's the link?

Story highlights New study finds a link between malaria infections and dams in Africa Stagnant waters created by dams could cause 1.1 million additional cases a year The research looked at infection rates among people living close to 1,268 dam ...
 CNN3 weeks ago Can dams increase the risk of malaria?  CNN3 weeks ago
Yahoo! UK and Ireland

The Fake Drug Industry Is Exploding, and We Can't Do Anything About It

In the mid-2000s, Myanmar saw between 500,000 and 600,000 cases of malaria every year. So it wasn't surprising when, in February 2005, a 23-year-old man in Myanmar came down with a fever, nausea, chills and a headache so severe he had to be taken to ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago
Times Live South Africa

How the world can cut malaria cases by 90% in the next 15 years

With more than 200 million cases recorded across the globe each year and half the world's population living in areas considered high risk, malaria remains a challenge. Malaria occurs mostly in poor, tropical and sub-tropical areas. It is transmitted ...
 Times Live South Africa3 weeks ago The world could reduce the number of malaria cases by 90% if we really tried  Quartz3 weeks ago
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