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  1. Report: Pollution Kills 3 Times More than AIDS, TB And Malaria Combined - NPR

    NPR

    Report: Pollution Kills 3 Times More than AIDS, TB And Malaria Combined
    NPR
    The nine million figure adds up to 16 percent of all deaths worldwide, killing three times more people than AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined. Pollution is responsible for 15 times more deaths than wars and all other forms of violence. "No ...
    2.5 Million People Die Every Year Of Pollution In India, Highest In The WorldNDTV
    Global pollution kills millions and threatens 'survival of human societies'The Guardian
    At 2.5 million, India tops list of pollution-linked deaths: StudyThe Indian Express

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  2. Study: Sickle Cell Anemia Treatment Does Not Increase Malaria Risk in Africa - PR Newswire (press release)

    Study: Sickle Cell Anemia Treatment Does Not Increase Malaria Risk in Africa
    PR Newswire (press release)
    WASHINGTON, Oct. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The drug hydroxyurea does not appear to increase the risk of malaria infection in patients with sickle cell anemia who live in malaria-endemic regions, according to a study published online today in ...

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  3. New device may detect malaria cheap and fast - Times of India

    Times of India

    New device may detect malaria cheap and fast
    Times of India
    A team of researchers from Institute of Engineering and Management in collaboration with Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, claim to have developed a mobile, low-cost malaria detection system, which can also diagnose ...

  4. Africa's History With Malaria Indicates 'Urgent Need' To Focus On High-Burden Countries - Kaiser Family Foundation

    Africa's History With Malaria Indicates 'Urgent Need' To Focus On High-Burden Countries
    Kaiser Family Foundation
    Despite an impressive overall decline in malaria prevalence since 1900, Africa has the highest infection risks globally. … There is an urgent need to focus on the high-burden countries in Africa; they should not be left behind in a new global agenda ...

  5. Charlie Webster says body is still suffering after malaria | Daily Mail ... - Daily Mail

    Daily Mail

    Charlie Webster says body is still suffering after malaria | Daily Mail ...
    Daily Mail
    The Sky Sports presenter, 34, recalled her experience in a new interview and revealed the toll her battle with malaria has taken on her body - including swelling ...
    Charlie Webster suffers with 'headaches' after malaria | The ListThe List

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  6. Kolkata-based engineering college develops mobile app to detect ... - Hindustan Times
  7. Malaria downs 60 in Mugu - The Kathmandu Post

    Malaria downs 60 in Mugu
    The Kathmandu Post
    ... medical workers to Righa without the medicines. Chief District Officer Umakant Adhikari said his office had requested the Health Ministry to send a medical team and anti-malaria medicines to the village, but the ministry officials took too long to ...

  8. Malaria cases go up as over 1000 test positive - Daily Nation

    Daily Nation

    Malaria cases go up as over 1000 test positive
    Daily Nation
    A woman and her two children wait for treatment at the Dukana dispensary in Marsabit on October 4, 2017. Over 1000 people have tested positive for malaria and officials fear the outbreak may not end soon as the county is expecting rains soon. PHOTO ...

  9. Why malaria is spreading in Venezuela - The Economist (blog)

    Why malaria is spreading in Venezuela
    The Economist (blog)
    MOST Latin American countries have impressive records when it comes to tackling malaria. Cases detected in the region fell by a third between 2010 and 2015, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), thanks in part to increases in spending on ...

  10. Drug-resistant malaria is spreading, but experts clash over its global risk - Science Magazine

    Science Magazine

    Drug-resistant malaria is spreading, but experts clash over its global risk
    Science Magazine
    In what scientists call a “sinister development,” a malaria parasite resistant to a widely used drug combination is on the march in Southeast Asia. It has rapidly made its way in an arc from western Cambodia, through northeastern Thailand, to southern ...

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