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Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Malaria
Last updated: Jul 24 2016 24:13 IST RSS 2.0
 
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With monsoon comes malaria, dengue 20.7.2016 TOI: Hyderabad Times
City Sees Jump In No. Of Cases; Experts Say Govt Should Have Acted Sooner
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Eco-friendly anti-mosquito drive along the Yamuna ends 20.7.2016 Hindu: Delhi
Mosquito breeding complaints have reduced along the area: officials
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2,000 fish to counter mosquito threat in UT's gardens 20.7.2016 TOI: Chandigarh Times
Vikram Jit Singh / In a bid to prevent breeding of mosquitos in the Rose Garden, 2,000 Gambusia affinis, a type of fish, was introduced in the stream that flows from north to south in the garden.
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Ethiopia like situation in Odisha village: BJP 20.7.2016 Hindu: Other States
The Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday alleged hunger and malnutrition situation prevailing in habitations of Juanga tribe in Nagada village and adjoining hamlets in Odisha’s Jajpur district was compar...
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Four suspected diphtheria cases in Kozhikode 19.7.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Four suspected diphtheria cases in Kozhikode
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A green war against mosquitoes 19.7.2016 Hindu: Delhi
Delhi's municipal corporations are employing an eco-friendly technique to eliminate the mosquito menace before the monsoon properly sets in. But how much of an impact does it actually have on dengue and malaria?
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Experimental malaria vaccine offers long-lasting protection 19.7.2016 New Kerala: Health News
London, July 19 : Researchers have developed a malaria vaccine that has been found to offer mice protection against the disease for more than a year.
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Experimental malaria vaccine offers long-lasting protection 19.7.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Researchers have developed a malaria vaccine that has been found to offer mice protection against the disease for more than a year.
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11 fresh dengue cases, numbers go up to 50 19.7.2016 deccanherald.com
The capital saw a sharp rise in dengue cases with 11 fresh cases reported last week. There was also a spike in malaria cases with the total number of malaria cases climbing to five this season. The total number of dengue cases has gone up to 50 this season. Last year, July had seen a total of 36 dengue cases. The data recorded this month is till July 16, according to figures released by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC). While June had seen 15 cases of dengue, May had recorded six. No deaths have been reported so far this season. The SDMChas recorded the highest number of dengue cases with eight cases reported this season and two last week. Doctors alerted that the number of dengue cases will go up with the onset of monsoon and that the civic bodies should take adequate preventive measures to see that there are no mosquitogenic conditions near households and offices. "Patients are reporting dengue like symptoms. The number of confirmed cases has gone up compared to before.However, the coming ...
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Destroy larvae of dengue-malaria by pouring oil in coolers, stagnant water 19.7.2016 Central Chronicle » Bhopal
Bhopal : Mosquitoes of dengue-malaria stings during day and breed in clean water. Therefore, not... more »
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Monsoon brings fever, malaria and typhoid to Delhi, 11 cases of dengue reported 19.7.2016 India Today| Must Read
Due to the change in the season, doctors in the city are witnessing a spurt in the numbers of cases related to humid weather and waterborne diseases.
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Showers bring joy, but it's raining diseases too 19.7.2016 TOI: Delhi Times
The spell of rain over the last few days may have brought some relief to Delhiites from humid weather conditions, but it has led to a spurt in viral fever and typhoid cases. Doctors say the incidence of mosquitoborne diseases, dengue and malaria, may also go up in the coming days due to collection of water post-rains.
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Malnutrition, measles turn fatal in Nagada 19.7.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Rourkela slum dwellers exposed to diseases 19.7.2016 newindianexpress.com
Clogged drains and stagnant water sources in RSP, RIT slums provide a breeding ground for mosquitos
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‘Rayagada model to check malaria in Agency villages’ 19.7.2016 Hindu: Visakhapatnam
A pilot project to control malaria will be launched on the lines of a successful model in Rayagada district in Odisha, Paderu ITDA Chairman and District Collector N. Yuvaraj has said.“In 20 selected v...
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Steady rise in viral fever cases in Kasaragod 19.7.2016 Hindu: Kerala
There has been a marked decline in suspected cases of dengue and malaria over the last 10 days in the district, even as the graph of viral fever cases, reported usually during the monsoon, showed a st...
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Children in Mosquitoland 19.7.2016 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Malaria and dengue stalk schoolchildren in Ranchi more frequently than the capital?s guardians, in their heady quest for a smart tag, would like to admit. Monsoon 2016 has once again exposed the dirty underbelly of a city that has joined the race on a tech highway to make lives better without ensuring that GenX is safe from vectorborne diseases. CHHANDOSREE shows where the administration is lacking
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Sunday rain breaks Meerut's four-year July record 18.7.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Sunday rain breaks Meerut's four-year July record
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Malaria contained in Tripura 18.7.2016 The Assam Tribune
Malaria contained in Tripura
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Corporation to begin a health inspector course 18.7.2016 TOI: Chennai
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