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  • Independent research on a health issue is often the first step to complement discussions with a physician. But locating accurate, well-organized, understandable medical information can be a challenge. A simple Internet search on terms such as “cancer” or “diabetes,” for example, returns an intimidating number of results. Sifting through the results can be daunting, particularly when some of the information is inconsistent or even contradictory.

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  • Despite intensive research extending back to the 1930s, when the first syn-thetic antimalarial drugs made their appearance, the repertoire of clinically licensed formulations remains very limited. Moreover, widespread and increasing resistance to these drugs contributes enormously to the difficul-ties in controlling malaria, posing considerable intellectual, technical and humanitarian challenges.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: The relationship between reproductive outcome measures in DDT exposed malaria vector control workers: a cross-sectional study

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học quốc tế đề tài : Community-owned resource persons for malaria vector control: enabling factors and challenges in an operational programme in Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: Malaria control in Timor-Leste during a period of political instability: what lessons can be learned?

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  • Of the fourPlasmodiumspecies that cause human malaria,Plasmodium fal-ciparumis responsible for the most severe form of the disease and this par-asite is developing resistance to the major antimalarial drugs. Therefore, in order to control malaria it is necessary to identify new drug targets.

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  • Erythrocytic stages of the malaria parasitePlasmodium fal-ciparumrely on glycolysis for their energy supply and it is unclear whether they obtain energy via mitochondrial res-piration albeit enzymes of the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle appear to be expressed in these parasite stages. Isocitrate dehydrogenase (ICDH) is either an integral part of the mitochondrial TCA cycle or is involved in providing NADPH for reductive reactions in the cell.

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  • Francis E. Andre is currently ‘retired’ but keeps himself busy as a part-time consultant in vaccinology, a science he has dabbled in for most of his professional career. Paul M. Arguin, Chief of the Domestic Response Unit in the Malaria Branch at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia. Paul is also an editor of Health Information for International Travel, also known as CDC’s Yellow Book. His research interests include the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases associated with international travel, including malaria and zoonoses....

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  • Malaria and other vector-borne diseases are major contrib- utors to the total global burden of disease and a significant impediment to socioeconomic development in resource- poor countries. Although vector control has a proven record of saving lives by preventing, reducing or eliminating transmission, its benefits are far from being fully realized. The Global Strategic Framework for Integrated Vector Management (IVM) provides a basis for strengthening vector control in a manner that is compatible with national health systems.

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  • Since the synthesis of DDT during 1874 several insecticide molecules have been identified and synthesized globally for the control of insect pests, pathogens, microbes, vectors of human and animal diseases, weeds and other obnoxious organisms. Currently, 1.8 billion kgs of pesticides are used annually worldwide in the form of herbicides, insecticides and fungicides. There are more than 1055 active ingredients registered as pesticides till date implying that there is no best alternate for the chemical pesticide.

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  • A health education interventional study of this nature is not only an essential tool in primary control of an en- demic communicable disease such as malaria, it also relates to all aspects of health behavior including home management of diseases and self-medication. The effi- cacy levels of the drugs that were previously used on a wide programmatic basis for the management of uncom- plicated malaria have been undermined by the parasite resistance trend observed [2,3].

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  • This study was designed to help mothers improve their personal habits and to make the best use of available first aid treatment for minor ailment. Although health education interventions have been carried out in several study settings [6,10,11] few have considered the effect of multiple interventions on attitude, knowledge, and treat- ment seeking behavior of mothers of under–5 s. This study was therefore designed to determine the effect of health education on the home management of malaria among the mothers of under-5 s in Ogun State, Nigeria.

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  • Broad management of NTDs contributes towards enhanced cognitive and physical development and to the reduction in number of underweight, malnourished and stunted children under the nutrition and child health targets, as well as to improved maternal health. Reduction of worm burden can also lead to improved health outcomes for individuals suffering from HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria. The GOK considers integrated management and control of NTDs both attainable and a high priority.

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  • In coordination with the MNCH component of the GHI strategy, prevention of NTDs will also include the promotion of WASH practices in households, the provision of safe water and construction of sanitation facilities. Since lymphatic filariasis (LF) can be prevented through the use of bednets, efforts in this arena can be more tightly integrated with PMI to emphasize bednet distribution in areas with LF, even if malaria is not highly prevalent.

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  • Responding to the disease burden of Communicable and Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD), the WCO will help strengthen the national capacity to reduce morbidity and mortality due to AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, achieve high-level immunization coverage with all antigens in order to reduce the burden of vaccine-preventable diseases, achieve the eradication of polio, elimination/control of measles and neonatal tetanus, reduce morbidity due to helminthiasis, eliminate leprosy, intensify surveillance and response to epidemic-prone diseases, and reduce/control the burden of NCDs, while paying atten...

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  • The 2010 Rwanda Demographic and Health Survey (2010 RDHS) was carried out by the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR) and the Ministry of Health (MoH). ICF Macro provided technical assistance to the project through the MEASURE Demographic and Health Surveys program (MEASURE DHS).

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  • This report presents preliminary findings from the 2010 Rwanda Demographic and Health Survey (2010 RDHS). Survey findings will be used by policy makers to evaluate the demographic and health status of the Rwandan population in order to formulate appropriate population and health policies and programs in Rwanda. The forthcoming final report and summary report of the RDHS will contain more detailed findings.

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  • Despite the standard definitions noted above, accurate identification of the causes of maternal deaths is not always possible. It can be a challenge for medical certifiers to attribute correctly cause of death to direct or indirect maternal causes, or to accidental or incidental events, particularly in settings where deliveries mostly occur at home. While several countries apply the ICD-10 in civil registration systems, the identification and classification of causes of death during pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium remain inconsistent across countries.

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  • On World Malaria Day in 2009, just over 600 days remain until 31 December 2010, UN Secretary- General Ban Ki-moon’s deadline for all endemic countries to achieve universal coverage with essential malaria control interventions. 1 Data presented here highlight major signs of progress across Africa toward this goal. The World Health Organization (WHO) has esti- mated that between 190 and 330 million malaria episodes occurred in 2006, resulting in nearly 1 million deaths. About 90 per cent of all malaria deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa, most among children under age ive (igure 1).

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  • Global funding for malaria control has risen signiicantly in recent years. The Roll Back Malaria Partnership estimates that interna- tional funding has grown from $250 million in 2004 to $700 million in 2007, with funding expected to have reached $1.1 billion in 2008 alone, due largely to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; the World Bank; the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative and others.

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