Using a new bug spray on bed nets - blocking mosquitoes resistant to current insecticides - almost halved malaria infections among children in Tanzania in a study that has boosted hopes of protecting more people from the killer disease.
Trial of New Bug Spray On Malaria Nets Boosts Hope
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 11 April 2018
Using a new bug spray on bed nets that blocks mosquitoes resistant to current insecticides almost halved malaria infections among children in Tanzania in a study that has boosted… Read more »
Research to find new malaria treatments and anti-mosquito insecticides continues.
Malaria - GBC Health, John Hopkins University Give Access Bank Innovation Award
Vanguard, 6 April 2018
The GBC Health's Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa, CAMA alongside the Private Sector Malaria Prevention Project, PSMP at John Hopkins Center for Communication, UK Aid and… Read more »
Zanzibar Launches Programme for Supply of Nets
Citizen, 5 April 2018
The Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar yesterday launched a programme that will see all families in the isles receiving long lasting insecticide treated nets. Read more »
New Malaria Drug Makes Human Blood Toxic to Mosquitoes
Premium Times, 4 April 2018
There is a new ray of hope in the fight against Africa's most endemic killer, Malaria, as a new research discovers a pill that can make human blood poisonous to mosquitoes and even… Read more »
Deaths From Diarrhoea and Malaria Decline
AIM, 28 March 2018
The number of deaths in Mozambique from killer diseases such as diarrhoea and malaria has declined significantly over the past year, Health Minister Nazira Abula told the country's… Read more »
Award-winning studio Aardman has teamed up with the global campaign, Malaria Must Die So Millions Can Live, to call on leaders to "unite and fight" the disease that takes the life ... Read more »
The drop in cases has however brought a new challenge: people have begun losing their immunity to the disease. The consequence is that they are prone to contracting more ... Read more »
According to the Pharmacy and Poisons Board, Duo-Cotexcin is only under quarantine pending investigations after failing a quality test. Read more »
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