- Health Songs International
Health Songs International is a not for profit organization dedicated to bringing vital health messages to vulnerable communities throughout the world through the use of songs.
Cutting Trees In The Amazon Triggers A Jump In Malaria
If a tree falls in the Amazon, does it matter to malaria-carrying mosquitoes?
Some mosquitoes that transmit malaria don’t like the rain forest much.
Yes, say researchers from the University o
Malaria: New Hope For The Number 2 Biggest Killer By Infection On The Planet
Malaria is the second biggest cause of death by infection on Earth, whilst in Africa it is number 1, claiming 5 million victims per year. In adults if often reoccurs, whilst t
A Systems-Based Analysis of Plasmodium vivax Lifecycle Transcription from Human to Mosquito
Up to 40% of the world’s population is at risk for Plasmodium vivax malaria, a disease that imposes a major public health and economic burden on endemic countri
Chemical genetics of Plasmodium falciparum
Malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum is a disease that is responsible for 880,000 deaths per year worldwide. Vaccine development has proved difficult and resistance has emerged for most antimalarial drugs.
- Science Direct
Use of magnetically purified Plasmodium falciparum parasites improves the accuracy of erythrocyte invasion assays
Merozoite invasion of erythrocytes is a crucial step for the asexual cycle of Plasmodium falciparum. Multiple invasion pathways, which inv
- 7th Space.com
Severe neurological sequelae and behaviour problems after cerebral malaria in Ugandan children.
Cerebral malaria is the most severe neurological complication of falciparum malaria and a leading cause of death and neuro-disability in sub-Saharan Africa.
- eMJA – The Medical Journal of Australia
Important information regarding the close monitoring of a returning treveller’s declining health, especially regarding potential Malaria infections or other mosquito borne diseases
- Malaria No More – January 21, 2010
Gorillas Cause Trouble for Malaria Eradication
In a new study, researchers found that Gorillas carry malaria. This is good news for humans because now gorillas could aid us in developing a malaria vaccine. However, this is also bad news for humans beca
- The Malaria Journal – January 11, 2010
Severe malaria – a case of fatal Plasmodium knowlesi infection with post-mortem findings: a case report
Zoonotic malaria caused by Plasmodium knowlesi is an important, but newly recognized, human pathogen. For the first time, post- mortem findings from
- National Institute of Alleregy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
NIAID Malaria Research Program web site.
- BBC Health
BBC Health malaria information site.
- The Travel Doctor
Malaria information page. Lots of diagrams and useful information about Malaria.
Malaria – symptoms – signs – treatment etc.
- Malaria Hot Spots
This site is an educational initiative by GlaxoSmithKline Travel Health.
You can find out about the country you are going to travel to and what the risks are likely to be.
- CDC Website
Human Plasmodium knowlesi Infection Detected by Rapid Diagnostic Tests for Malaria
We describe a PCR-confirmed case of Plasmodium knowlesi infection with a high parasitemia level and clinical signs of severe malaria in a migrant worker from Malaysian B
- Unicef – What every family and community has a right to know about malaria.
A site with information about transmission, treatment, and prevention of malaria
- Royal Perth Hospital – Malaria Resource Page
This resource is presented by the Division of LaboratoryMedicine at Royal Perth Hospital.
It is provided for the information of Medical Practitioners and Laboratory Scientists.
It is regularly updated and provides the generally accepted best current p
- Malaria Site – History of Malaria Treatment
A comprehensive site on the treatment of Malaria.
- 2007 – Unicef report on Malaria
This UNICEF report shows gains made in reducing the burden of malaria.
- Release of the first World Malaria Report
Video stored on Youtube.
- WHO World Malaria Report 2005
Information and statistics on the Roll Back Malaria program.
- Preventing Malaria
A UK website that enables travellers to get fast, accurate information about the relative risks of infection posed by the countries they intend to visit. It also provides them with details of the immunisation requirements of each region.
- World Health Organization
WHO Malaria information page.
- Malaria in Southern Africa
This is an entry page to websites with Malaria content relevant to the Southern African Context
- Leiden Universtity Medical Center
Background Information about Malaria
- US Center for Disease Control
Malaria information page.