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Malaria - Wenn die Mücke einen lebensgefährlich sticht

Deutschlandfunk - ‎24.05.2016‎
Wer nach einer Reise aus den Tropen mit Fieber, Kopfschmerzen, Muskel- und Gliederschmerzen kämpft und dazu noch Übelkeit, Erbrechen und Durchfall hat, könnte sich mit Malaria infiziert haben. Dann ist Eile geboten, denn die Malaria-Parasiten ...

Malaria: Gefährliche Route durchs Kindergehirn

DocCheck News - ‎25.05.2016‎
Die Cerebrale Malaria als Folge der Infektionserkrankung Malaria kann bei Kindern tödlich enden. Zurückzuführen ist dies auf eine erhöhte Anfälligkeit für lebensbedrohliche Entzündungsreaktionen in den Hirnarealen des Riechkolbens und des Rostralen ...

Warum Malaria bei Kindern besonders häufig das Gehirn schädigt

Medizin-Aspekte - ‎23.05.2016‎
Nisten sich Malaria-Erreger in den Blutgefäßen des Gehirns ein, kann das bei Kindern lebensbedrohliche Hirnschwellungen verursachen. Bei Erwachsenen kommt es dagegen nur selten zu dieser schweren Erkrankungsform, die als Cerebrale Malaria ...

Dogs may be able to smell malaria in humans and help with quicker detection ...

The Independent - ‎vor 3 Stunden‎
Dogs may be able to sniff out malaria through their acute sense of smell, thereby saving thousands of lives through quick and non-invasive detection, scientists have claimed.

Gates Foundation Grant Jump-Starts Innovative Malaria Research at UT Austin

UT News | The University of Texas at Austin - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
About 3.2 billion people, or almost half of the world's population, are at risk of malaria, a treatable infection transmitted by animals and insects.

Guilin supports MOH on malaria awareness campaign

Myjoyonline.com - ‎vor 6 Stunden‎
Guilin Pharmaceutical Ghana Ltd a global drugs manufacturers with special focus on malaria awareness and prevention has joined Ministry of Health and it agencies to launch malaria prevention and awareness. The program which was under the theme, ...
Echtzeit-Berichte

How do you kill a malaria parasite? Clog it with cholesterol

Science Daily - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by Plasmodium parasites. After a person is bitten, the parasite invades the victim's red blood cells.

Stop giving soldiers anti-malaria drug mefloquine: Editorial

Toronto Star - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
But during the inquiry and in its aftermath, veterans of the mission maintained that the killing might have been caused by psychiatric reactions to the anti-malaria drug mefloquine, which had been administered to the soldiers involved. Despite that ...

Scientists Develop New Malaria Vaccine Candidate

ScienceNewsHub - ‎25.05.2016‎
CHINA - Professor Chen Qijun group, Jilin University, has made important progress for the development of a new malaria vaccine candidate.
Echtzeit-Berichte

MPs say malaria drug Lariam should only be used by UK troops as 'last resort'

The Guardian - ‎24.05.2016‎
“Let me put things in perspective though, there are 190m cases of malaria a year, half a million people die from malaria and in the British military, despite the fact we send people to high-malaria areas, we've only had one death in 1992, so in the ...

DARPA $6.4 million contract supports research to enhance resilience after ...

EurekAlert (press release) - ‎25.05.2016‎
Researchers at Emory University, the University of Georgia, and the Georgia Institute of Technology, along with national and international collaborators, will investigate the mechanisms behind "resilience" following malaria infection. The investigators ...

JCU set to launch biotech company to manufacture malaria vaccine

The Cairns Post - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
A NEW biotechnology company that will start manufacturing a vaccine for malaria is set to be launched by James Cook University by the end of the year.

Researchers make a key discovery in how malaria evades the immune system

Penn State News - ‎25.05.2016‎
HERSHEY, Pa, -- The malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum hijacks an immune system process to invade red blood cells, according to a study led by researchers at Penn State College of Medicine.

DARPA $6.4M contract supports malaria research aimed at enhancing resilience

Emory News Center - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
The investigators believe learning why malaria causes acute, potentially lethal disease in some humans and animals, while others are much more resilient or tolerant, could lead them to better intervention strategies for malaria and other diseases ...

Grand Challenges grant to make malaria vaccines better

Australian Life Scientist - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
Nearly half the world's population is at risk of malaria, with roughly 214 million malaria cases and 438,000 malaria deaths occurring in 2015. Yet Associate Professor Cockburn said the current vaccine for malaria produces antibodies that are short ...

Malaria breath test goes for field trials

SciDev.Net - ‎24.05.2016‎
“The detection of biomarkers in breath would certainly be an easier method for malaria diagnosis,” says Iveth González, who leads the Malaria & Acute Febrile Syndrome Programme at Swiss not-for-profit the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics.

Risky anti-malaria drug given to thousands of Canadian veterans

Toronto Star - ‎25.05.2016‎
The report by MPs on the U.K. parliamentary defence committee recommended that the British military use the anti-malaria drug mefloquine only as a “drug of last resort,” due to the risk of severe psychological side effects.

Concert aims to beat malaria

Simi Valley Acorn - ‎vor 3 Stunden‎
The second annual Imagine No Malaria Concert and barbecue will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Sat., June 4 on the courtyard of Malibu United Methodist Church, 30128 Morning View Drive.
Echtzeit-Berichte

Canadian troops still taking malaria drug British call risky

Radio Canada International - ‎26.05.2016‎
British members of Parliament are the latest to warn their military against the anti-malaria drug mefloquine because of rare but possibly severe and permanent psychological side effects, reports the Toronto Star's Sheila Pratt.

Malaria, diarrhea, sun stroke on rise

Aaj Tv (press release) (blog) - ‎vor 7 Stunden‎
HYDERABAD: Incidences of malaria, diarrhea, sun stroke and others diseases were on the rise with the current hot summer season in Pakistan.
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