Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by NATO AIR, Dec 10, 2004.
pres. bush should jump right on this
Lovastatin may help cerebral malaria patients...
Mice Study Indicates Cholesterol Drug Might Help Treat Serious Malaria Cases
December 27, 2012 - Each year, an estimated 500,000 children in sub-Saharan Africa develop the most serious form of malaria, so-called cerebral malaria. Experts say many of those who do not die from this parasitic infection go on, years later, to develop memory problems and learning difficulties. Now, researchers say these malaria-induced cognitive impairments may be averted with a commonly used cholesterol-lowering drug.
Biological Mechanism of Malaria Found...
Researchers Discover the Biological Mechanism of Malaria Infection
January 17, 2013 - Researchers say they have discovered how the malaria parasite gains a foothold inside the human body, causing the life-threatening illness. The finding could lead to a new treatment for malaria - using a drug thats already in clinical trials for use against another condition.
Feces transplant may relieve severe diarrhea, study says
Fri, Jan 18, 2013 - It may sound like the most unappealing treatment available, but a European study has concluded that inserting fecal material from a healthy person into the gut of somebody with severe diarrhea may cure their problem better than antibiotics.
Malaria vaccine trial in jeopardy by sequester...
Sequestration Puts Malaria Vaccine Trial in Jeopardy
March 12, 2013 No buzz is heard. But you can almost feel the vibration of 10,000 mosquitoes.
Drug resistant strains of malaria parasite identified...
Parasite 'resistant to malaria drug artemisinin'
28 April 2013 - New drug-resistant strains of the parasite that causes malaria have been identified by scientists.
Until they can figure out how to make as much off of NON-opium poppies
as they do from opium poppies,
I'd have to answer your question "Afghanistan's New Cash Crop?" with a resounding NO.
The thing IS, the non-0's CURE; the 0's cause addiction;
if I'm in biz to make bux, I'm going to have to go with the guaranteed RETURN customers,
who buy at MY prices, not some regulated amount.
America would be a good place to do it, however ~
not only would it be beneficial, as medicine,
it would also cross-pollinate, thereby RUINING, any of the heirlooms.
Doctors w/o Borders advocating new Malaria Chemoprevention for kids...
Trial: Malaria Chemoprevention Protects Children
April 24, 2014 ~ The non-governmental organization Doctors Without Borders, or Medecins Sans Frontieres, has launched a new, malaria prevention campaign in several countries in sub-Saharan Africa aimed at protecting the illnesses' most vulnerable population - children under the age of five.
WHO: Investing In Malaria Makes Sense
April 24, 2014 — In marking World Malaria Day on April 25, the World Health Organization says investing in malaria control is good health policy and makes good economic sense.
Malaria outbreak in Colombia linked to illegal mining...
Colombia’s illegal mining linked to malaria outbreak
Sun, May 01, 2016 - PERFECT BREEDING GROUNDS: There have been 18,524 cases of malaria, compared with 4,740 a year earlier, which is being blamed on standing water from illegal mines
Neighbors used to make a tea out of old cigarette butts to kill garden bugs...
Tobacco Plants Found Capable of Producing Malaria Drug
October 20, 2016 - Scientists say they have figured out a way to use tobacco plants to produce artemisinin, a highly effective anti-malaria drug.
Fighting Malaria by Changing the Flavor of Humans
October 12, 2016 | WASHINGTON — Have you ever noticed how some people seem to be bitten by mosquitoes more than anyone else?
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