Recent Examples of malaria from the Web
The new Gates report, called Goalkeepers, highlights progress since 1990 in a wide range of areas, including poverty levels, childhood deaths and malaria infections.
One study found that a protein extracted from a sea cucumber slowed the growth of the malaria parasite.
Since 2000, new malaria infections have halved in sub-Saharan Africa.
But artemisinin is normally difficult to produce and prohibitively expensive for many of the populations most devastated by malaria.
Indeed, George had first come from New York to experience the area’s restorative airs with his mother, who was recovering from malaria.
Over the past 15 years, more than six million lives have been saved from malaria.
According to her Google Doodle page, her work contributed to the development of treatments for epilepsy, malaria and chemotherapy.
The mudslide has had a direct effect on Freetown’s water infrastructure, as residents lack access to clean drinking water and proper toilet facilities, which could lead to malaria, cholera, and typhoid outbreaks.
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Origin and Etymology of malaria
First Known Use: 1740See Words from the same year
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medical Definition of malaria
- malaria remains the greatest single cause of debilitation and death throughout the world
- —Journal of the American Medical Association
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