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Climate studies help predict malaria epidemics 3.2.2006 Hindu: Opinion
A warning system, based on computer models of climate change, can predict outbreaks up to five months in advance.
Weather forecast can prevent malaria epidemic 2.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington : Scientists have unveiled a weather forecasting computer model that can provide up to five months warning of malaria epidemics in the most vulnerable countries.
New system to fight malaria 2.2.2006 Telegraph: International
An early warning system based on climate models, average rainfall and data on seasonal malaria can predict the risk of an epidemic of the killer disease five months in advance, scientists said today.
The heat is on health staff as mystery fever grips Kurnool 1.2.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
A majority of the affected are elderly
A plague for all times 31.1.2006 Deccan Herald
A plague for all times
Caution on use of malaria drug 31.1.2006 Deccan Herald
Caution on use of malaria drug
Custom-made microbes at work 31.1.2006 Deccan Herald
Custom-made microbes at work
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Rethinking treatment of infectious diseases 28.1.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
SRM Medical College to host symposium on harmless pathogens
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Rethinking treatment of infectious diseases 27.1.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
SRM Medical College to host symposium focusing on harmless pathogens
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MCH relieved over no new malaria case 25.1.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
10 medical teams, 2 mobile teams hold health awareness camps
Tap nuclear energy for peaceful uses, says top IAEA official 24.1.2006 Hindu: National
Health, farm sectors in India stand to gain from new research: Prof. Werner Burkart
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Malaria parasites found in lymph nodes 24.1.2006 New Kerala: Health News
PARIS: French researchers say they've discovered the malaria parasite Plasmodium not only develops in the liver, it also has been found developing in lymph nodes.
Malarial parasites found to develop in Lymph nodes as well 23.1.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: A new research on mice has found that the malaria parasites, which scientists previously believed could develop only in the liver,has now been found to develop in the Lymph nodes as well.
Malaria targets immune system 23.1.2006 BBC South Asia
Malaria parasites develop in the lymph nodes of the immune system, researchers have discovered.
Anti-mosquito operation begins in Gulbarga 22.1.2006 Deccan Herald
Anti-mosquito operation begins in Gulbarga
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Indian cos not worried over WHO directive on malaria drug 21.1.2006 HBL: Front Page
MAJOR malaria-drug makers from India may not be caught on the back-foot by the treatment guideline on a malaria medicine outlined recently by the World Health Organisation (WHO). However, some of them do feel that the WHO guideline has not ...
WHO issues new malaria treatment guidelines 20.1.2006 New Kerala: Health News
WASHINGTON: The World Health Organization (WHO) asked pharmaceutical companies to end the marketing and sale of ''single-drug'' artemisinin malaria medicines, in order to prevent malaria parasites from developing resistance to the drug.
WHO calls for an immediate halt to provision of single-drug Artemisinin malaria pills 20.1.2006 New Kerala: World News
Washington: The World Health Organization (WHO) has requested pharmaceutical companies to end the marketing and sale of 'single-drug' Artemisinin malaria medicines, in order to prevent malaria parasites from developing resistance to this drug.
Village falls prey to `toxic fever' 17.1.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Medical and Health Department yet to conduct health camp
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Watch Tower: Tulsi - The courtyard plant  16.1.2006 Central Chronicle
Watch Tower: Tulsi - The courtyard plant 
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