One of the first things I noticed about Cameroon was how, often, I would see people at bars casually take tablets, what Cameroonians call medication. When I pressed to find out if someone was sick the answer would be, “C’est le petit palud” or it’s the small malaria. 380 more words
Tag » Malaria
Impact of propoxur (BAYGON®) use in indoor residual spraying (IRS) on malaria transmission in the commune of Aguégués in Benin
Sahidou Salifou, F. Modeste Gouissi, A. Patrick Edorh, M. Honoré Gbetoh, S.G. Augustin Gouissi, Evelyn Okereke, Ogonna Justin-Fred Anaeto
Key words: Baygon ®, Olyset net, mosquito, hemoglobin, parasitemia, malaria, entomological inoculation rate. 156 more words
Adjective land in alphabet land is getting to be a bit of a stretttttttch.
Nettable means capable of being netted.
Something I highly advise when travelling in insect filled countries (and yes, Canada is included) with creepy crawlers, flying cockroaches, and lurking biting things, just waiting for their chance. 442 more words
EAST LANSING — Researchers at the Michigan State University College of Engineering are getting closer to phoning home a rapid-response diagnostic test for malaria, one of the world’s most deadly infectious diseases, killing about 600,000 people a year, mostly children. 392 more words
Protecting Millions of People Against Malaria in Chad
Posted on: 09 April 2015 | Photo of the Week
In the village of Kelo, Chad, Veronique rests under her newly installed insecticide-treated net, collected earlier in the day at a villagedistribution event. 104 more words
Mosquito repellents for the adventure travellers:
The newest guidance and data regarding topical mosquito repellent protection for you and your families while traveling abroad in suspect mosquito areas for you today. 113 more words