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AIDS and TB Down Globally, Study Finds

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And while more people are being infected with malaria, fewer people are dying from it, especially children. The new report from researchers at the University of Washington shows 30 million people are currently infected with HIV. That’s more than 18 ...

Imperiled Amazon Indians Make First Contact with Outsiders

Illnesses like the flu and malaria, for example, devastated the Zo'e tribe in northern Brazil after Christian missionaries established a base camp in the area in the 1980s.

Sanofi dengue vaccine promising but questions remain

Difficulties in developing a dengue vaccine echo similar problems that GlaxoSmithKline has had in developing the first vaccine for malaria, which also did not perform as strongly in clinical trials as initially hoped.

Bugs at Your July 4th BBQ? Beware of Chikungunya and West Nile

The CDC helped eradicate malaria in the United States in 1951 and modern living is likely to keep it at bay, says Weaver. Screens, air conditioning and spraying for mosquitoes all help control the outbreaks. But not forever. “The prospects for ...

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CDC - Malaria - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Updated July. 22, 2014

Malaria diagnosis and treatment and prevention, including transmission, antimalarial prophylaxis, malaria map, malaria hotline re: travelers and VFRs.

Malaria - National Library of Medicine - PubMed Health

Updated July. 10, 2014

Malaria is a mosquito‐transmitted disease which commonly infects international travellers, sometimes fatally. Deaths from malaria are usually caused by ...

Malaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Updated July. 22, 2014

Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease of humans and other animals caused by parasitic protozoans (a type of unicellular microorganism) of the genus Plasmodium.

Malaria Causes, Symptoms, Treatments, Prevention

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Malaria is a serious disease that causes high fever and chills. What causes malaria? A bite from a mosquito.