Geneva, Dec. 18 : Years 2010-2012 witnessed a slowdown in the global fight against malaria compared with previous years due to funding gap, said a World Health Organization (WHO) report on Monday.
London, July 25 : Researchers have warned that substantial overdiagnosis and mistreatment of malaria is evident in south and central Asia.
With more than two billion people at risk of malaria in this part of Asia - larger than that of Africa - this is a major public health problem that needs to be confronted, they noted.
New Delhi, Feb 13 : Israeli scientists have developed genetically altered tobacco plants, which contain a natural compound that can fight drug-resistant malaria.
London, Feb 7 : One per cent of the population have a natural genetic resistance to deadly disease such as HIV, malaria, leprosy and hepatitis, scientists have revealed, scientists have revealed.
The findings came after research into anthrax found susceptibility to the acute disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis varied from person to person.
London, Feb 3 : Worldwide malaria deaths may be almost twice as high as previously estimated by World Health Organisation, according to a new study.
It suggests that 1.24 million people died from the mosquito-borne disease in 2010 as compared to a WHO estimate for 2010 of 655,000 deaths.
But both the new study and the WHO indicate global death rates are now falling, the BBC reported.
Southampton (UK), Feb. 1 (ANI): New research by scientists at the University of Southampton could lead to the design of more effective drugs to combat malaria.
London, Dec 21 : A team of scientists has developed a new candidate malaria vaccine that has the potential to neutralise all strains of the most deadly species of malaria parasite.
Sydney, May 02 : Scientists from Imperial College London and the University of Washington in Seattle have found that they can destroy mosquito genes, that allow the malaria parasite to reach humans'' bloodstreams, via genetic approach.
London, April 21 : Scientists around the world are keenly seeking novel strategies to tackle malaria.
Now, scientists at Imperial College London and the University of Washington, Seattle, have developed gene-based control measures for mosquitoes that transmit malaria.
Washington, Feb 22 : Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology say that a type of tropical seaweed may hold the key to producing the next generation of treatments for malaria.
A group of chemical compounds used by a species of tropical seaweed to ward off fungus attacks may have promising anti-malarial properties for humans.