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After decades of trying to zap malaria once and for all, researchers are buzzing about a new experimental vaccine against the mosquito-transmitted infection. If results from early trials hold up, the vaccine could one day significantly help slap down malaria’s infectious toll, which hit 214 million documented illnesses and more than 400,000 deaths in 2015 alone. 787 kata lagi
It’s a typical scene for a pediatric clinic in Lagos. Children crying in pain after health workers pierced their thumbs with medical needles to extract blood samples for malaria tests. 477 kata lagi
(Medical Xpress)—Gérard Niyondiko along with colleagues Frank Langevin and Lisa Barutel has posted a project on the crowd source funding site ulule for a product called Faso Soap. 343 kata lagi
With rainy conditions persisting and the inevitable warm-up right around the corner, Calgary is on the verge of a mosquito invasion.
While the pests haven’t made an appearance just yet, experts warn they’re on their way. 309 kata lagi