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Sweet Dreams - Cell Phones and Road Trips

Because I am posted in a country where I might contract malaria, I have been given an antimalarial medication called, “Mefloquine”. One of the side effects of this medication is vivid dreaming. 288 kata lagi

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Malaria: the search for a vaccine

After my previous blog, we all understand the basics of malaria. It is the parasite that kills, not the bad air from swamps or your armpits. 635 kata lagi

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Methodological Considerations for Use of Routine Health Information System Data to Evaluate Malaria Program Impact in an Era of Declining Malaria Transmission

Coverage of malaria control interventions is increasing dramatically across endemic countries. Evaluating the impact of malaria control programs and specific interventions on health indicators is essential to enable countries to select the most effective and appropriate combination of tools to accelerate progress or proceed toward malaria elimination. 204 kata lagi

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Indian Scientists identify anti-malarial compound

MEGHA KAVERI

Scientists from the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)’s Special Centre for Molecular Medicine and the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (IGCEB) have discovered a unique way to prevent malaria by acting on the root cause and preventing the parasite from attaching itself to the receptors in the Red Blood Cells (RBCs). 639 kata lagi

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Sweet Dreams - The Hair Stylist

Because I am posted in a country where I might contract malaria, I have been given an antimalarial medication called, “Mefloquine”. One of the side effects of this medication is vivid dreaming. 314 kata lagi

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Time to Change the Mentality

2017 was the year of many changes. Some of them were good which lead to many major developments like the Supreme Courts judgement on Right to Privacy, but there are things that would still need to change at the society level that can bring a major difference in the life of many people.  370 kata lagi