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Apr 24, 2019
World's first licensed malaria vaccine launched in three African countriesWHO intends to include 3,60,000+ kids annually from 3 African countries in the RTS,S pilot program.
Mar 29, 2019
Mosquitos can't get enough of human sweat, now scientists know whyScientists discover the olfactory Ionotropic receptor 8a that allow mosquitoes to hone in on human's odor.
Mar 27, 2019
IIT Delhi scientists develop AI-based system to detect malaria, TB, cervical cancerThe microscopy tool is particularly suited to diagnose conditions in low-resource, disease burdened areas.
Mar 22, 2019
Tuberculosis may be eradicated by 2045 with better research funding, awarenessThere has not been a new and commercially available vaccination for tuberculosis in a century.
Mar 21, 2019
Deaths due to 'mystery fever' in Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly give Opposition ammunition ahead of Lok Sabha electionThis mystery fever in Uttar Pradesh is compelling ammunition for the Lok Sabha election, especially as it follows the deaths of several children at a Gorakhpur hospital last year.
Feb 21, 2019
Simple, low-cost origami device to diagnose malaria developed by scientistsMade with wax paper, a printer & a hot plate, the device detects malaria with 98% sensitivity.
Jan 17, 2019
World has become 'dramatically healthier' in the last 20 years says Melinda GatesThe two decades is a story of incredible improvement in the human condition, Melinda Gates said.
Jan 02, 2019
Malaria cases brought down in Odisha using the eradication programme: ReportIn 2010, malaria services were intensified and expanded with the involvement of ASHAs.
Dec 08, 2018
Researchers explore 500,000 ways to kill malaria parasite, 631 potential vaccinesNew drugs are needed to fight growing resistance to the most effective antimalarial, artemisinin.
Nov 26, 2018
At least 2,406 cases of dengue reported in Delhi in present season; 260 people affected in past weekAt least 260 fresh cases of dengue have been reported over the last week in the national capital, taking the total number of people diagnosed with the vector-borne disease this season to 2,406