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Malaria - Eine Erfolgsstory

Süddeutsche.de - ‎09.02.2016‎
Der Kampf gegen den großen Killer wird mit allen Mitteln geführt, die Chemielabors, Pharmazeutik und Medizin entwickelt haben, und die Resultate machen staunen. In 106 Ländern kommt Malaria vor. Die Zahl der Opfer fiel seit 2000 in Afrika um 66 Prozent ...

Kampf gegen Malaria: Moskitonetze retten Leben

Web.de - ‎02.02.2016‎
Das Netz bietet der Mutter und ihrer vier Monate alten Tochter Schutz vor Malaria. Der Krankheits-Erreger wird von der sogenannten Anopheles-Mücke übertragen, die vor allem nachts zusticht und für Fieber, Schüttelfrost und Krämpfe sorgt. Besonders bei ...

Moskitocopter im Kampf gegen Malaria, Zika und Dengue

Elektrotechnik - ‎05.02.2016‎
Bei den "The UAE Drones for Good Awards 2016" stehen 20 hilfreiche Drohnen im Halbfinale. Auch ein Prototyp des Moskitocopters zur Bekämpfung von Krankheiten wie Malaria, Zikafieber und Dengue des Flugroboter-Unternehmesn Height Tech steht in ...

Malaria und Zika-Virus im Fokus

Allgemeine Zeitung Namibia - ‎10.02.2016‎
Windhoek (fis) - Alle Namibier und ausländischen Gäste, die in den Norden des Landes reisen, sollen Vorsichtsmaßnahmen gegen Malaria ergreifen. Das sagte Gesundheitsminister Dr. Bernard Haufiku gestern im Parlament. Dort äußerte er sich auch zur ...
Echtzeit-Berichte

Centre sets target of making India 'malaria-free' by 2030

Times of India - ‎12.02.2016‎
The first target includes eliminating malaria from all low and moderate endemic states and Union territories by 2022. The second objective is aimed at reducing incidence or new cases of malaria to less than one case per 1000 population in all states ...

Artificial Intelligence Offers a Better Way to Diagnose Malaria

MIT Technology Review - ‎11.02.2016‎
For all our efforts to control malaria, diagnosing it in many parts of the world still requires counting malaria parasites under the microscope on a glass slide smeared with blood.

Hitting Malaria In The Proteasome

The Biological SCENE - ‎11.02.2016‎
There is an urgent need for new antimalarial drugs because the malaria parasite has developed resistance to the most widely used therapies—combinations of artemisinin and other drugs—and most treatments don't prevent transmission, which allows ...

Moskitocopter im Kampf gegen Malaria, Zika, Dengue & Co.

PresseBox (Pressemitteilung) - ‎02.02.2016‎
(PresseBox) (Dubai, 02.02.2016 ) Das Flugroboter-Unternehmen HEIGHT TECH präsentiert diese Woche mit dem Moskitocopter einen Prototyp zur Bekämpfung von Krankheiten wie Malaria, Zikafieber und Dengue im internationalen Wettbewerb Drones for ...

Three malaria cases reported

The Hindu - ‎12.02.2016‎
Two men and a woman in the city have tested positive for malaria, which has sent the district's public health department into a flurry of surveillance and containment measures from Friday.
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Govt unveils plan for malaria-free India by 2030

The Indian Express - ‎11.02.2016‎
“This framework has been developed with a vision to eliminate malaria from the country and contribute to improved health and quality of life and alleviation of poverty,” said the health minister during the launch.

Ending Malaria Now Could Help Us Fight Zika and Future Threats

U.S. News & World Report (blog) - ‎12.02.2016‎
Mosquito-borne diseases are making headlines. Zika, a previously little-known virus spread by mosquitos, was declared an international public health emergency this month by the World Health Organization.

Nigeria: US, Partners Donate 800000 Malaria Test Kits

AllAfrica.com - ‎12.02.2016‎
The federal ministry of health has taken delivery of 800,000 rapid diagnostic test (RDT) kits for malaria for distribution to nine states-Nasarawa, Sokoto, Zamfara, Ebonyi, Abia, Delta, Enugu, Plateau and Yobe.
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'Smart' drug in development to tackle resistant strain of malaria

Daily Mail - ‎10.02.2016‎
[The antimalarial drug] artemisinin causes damage to the proteins in the malaria parasite that kill the human cell, but the parasite has developed a way to deal with that damage.
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Nearly 25% of white-tailed deer on America's East Coast have malaria

ScienceAlert - ‎08.02.2016‎
From Lyme disease and chronic wasting disease to the bluetongue virus, deer just can't catch a break, and now the news is even more bleak because, according to a new study, they also carry a native form of malaria. The good news is that humans are ...
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Tanzania: Malaria Prevalence Registers Downward Trend in Kagera

AllAfrica.com - ‎12.02.2016‎
Kagera Region has managed to cut down malaria prevalence rate of the killer disease from 41 per cent to 32.5 per cent this year through holistic approach and concerted efforts made by the authorities.
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Spread of malaria continues to trump Zika concern

BioPrepWatch - ‎vor 13 Stunden‎
The spread of the Zika virus has been alarming, but the real issue stems from the source of the spreading: the Aedes aegypti mosquito.

Malaria Diagnostics Market Is Expected To Hit $180 Million by 2022: Grand View ...

Medgadget.com (blog) - ‎12.02.2016‎
Global malaria diagnostics market is expected to reach USD 180.0 million by 2022, according to a new report by Grand View Research Inc. The global malaria diagnostics market is projected to grow rapidly in the next few years. Some key factors ...

Fighting Malaria on the Frontline

Huffington Post UK - ‎12.02.2016‎
Before Malaria Consortium visited our village in Uganda, as many as ten pupils in my class would fall sick from the disease on a regular basis.
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On malaria, the government's rhetoric must meet reality

The Hindu - ‎06.02.2016‎
This month, the Health Ministry will unveil an ambitious new plan to eliminate malaria from the country by 2030. A malaria-free India certainly sounds like a dream, or maybe an early campaign promise: the disease is one of the worst public health ...
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Wie Atomforscher im Kampf gegen Zika helfen können

tagesschau.de - ‎vor 5 Stunden‎
Plagen, die nicht nur die Landwirtschaft schädigen, sondern auch den Menschen. Denn die Tiere übertragen Malaria, Dengue-Fieber, Zika und Schlafkrankheit. Die Bestrahlungstechnik funktioniert, das haben Tests bewiesen. Sansibar etwa ist seit 20 Jahren ...
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