New malaria vaccine shows protection for more than a year!

The new vaccine, known as the PfSPZ Vaccine, gives 55 percent protection for more than one year to a few healthy adults.

This is how you can help protect yourself, your family from malaria – Watch!

This video depicts how bed nets treated with an insecticide are much more protective than untreated nets in preventing malaria. 

Must watch: Explained - The life cycle of malaria parasite!

Malaria is caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes.

World Malaria Day: 10 facts you must know about malaria and its vaccine!

Symptoms of malaria include: fever, headache, chills and vomiting.

Fighting malaria: WHO's global progress and challenges in 2016 – Watch!

WHO said that over the past 15 years, there has been a dramatic decline in the global burden of malaria.

Fight the bite with these brilliant tips!

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), 78% of people who die from malaria are children under 5.

UV, Vitamin B mash-up reduces malaria risk in sub-Saharan region

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New Delhi: A team of researchers at Cambridge, UK, and Kumasi, Ghana discovered a revolutionary blood treatment technology that could minimize the risk of transfussion -transmitted malaria in sub-Saharan region of Africa.

Countries on verge of beating malaria face new threat, study says

Nations on the verge of eliminating malaria risk falling short of their goal, just as it lies within reach, due to funding being shifted elsewhere, researchers said on Thursday.

WHO declares Europe first malaria-free region in the world

According to the WHO, the number of indigenous malaria cases went down from 90,712 in 1995 to zero in 2015.

Malaria may have evolved in prehistoric era: Study

Further to this research, the first vertebrate hosts of the fatal disease may have included the dinosaurs. This reserach contradicts the old one as till now, malaria was considered to be 15,000 to 8 million years old caused primarily by one genus of protozoa, Plasmodium, and spread by anopheline mosquitoes.

Watch: Why nasty mosquitoes bite some humans more than others

Mosquitoes can easily smell any human within 100 feet because they have excellent scent receptors so it entirely depends on how your smell.

Centre to eliminate malaria by 2030: Nadda

Launching the National Framework for Malaria Elimination (2016-2030) in New Delhi, the minister said 70 per cent of malaria cases and 69 per cent of malaria deaths among South East Asian Region countries, occur in India.

Gut microbes can reduce severity of malaria

An increased abundance of bacteria common in yogurt was found in the mice that exhibited reduced malaria pathology. 

Malaria infects white-tailed deer too

Malaria infects white-tailed deer too

 While looking for malaria that might infect birds in a US zoo, researchers have accidentally discovered for the first time a malaria parasite that infects the white-tailed deer.

DNA: Malaria biggest enemy of Indian border guards in northeast

Malaria poses a bigger threat than insurgents and smugglers to Border Security Force (BSF) men posted along India's northeastern border with Bangladesh, with many dying of the disease every year, say security officials.

How 'self-sabotage' prevents immune response against malaria

New research has revealed how malaria parasites cause an inflammatory reaction that sabotages our body's ability to protect itself against the disease.

Malaria immune-booster vaccine comes closer to reality

It was the first time scientists had pinpointed why the immune system fails to develop immunity during malaria infection.

Healthy Eating: Top herbal discoveries of 2015!

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Check out some herbal discoveries of 2015 and how these ingredients can play a major role in combating serious diseases

Turmeric may help treat oral cancers

Modified mosquitoes can halt malaria spread

For the first time, malarial mosquitoes have been modified to be infertile and pass on the trait rapidly, raising the possibility of reducing the spread of disease.

Mosquitoes in Delhi: 5 natural remedies to keep them away!

Do you often spend sleepless nights fighting with mosquitoes buzzing in your ears? I am sure, nobody likes it. Here are easy traditional tips that really work against fighting mosquitoes.