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WHO South-East Asia Sep 17
Replying to @WHOSEARO
& mosquitoes 🦟 lay eggs in water-filled containers inside your house & in surrounding areas. The eggs hatch when in contact with water. 👉 To prevent the spread of diseases, eliminate the breeding sites like puddles, bottles, discarded waste, tyres etc…
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HarvardX 10h
In 2016, nearly half of the world's population was at risk of . Learn with experts about ways to eradicate this life-threatening disease.
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Imperial College Sep 18
Drugs that stop mosquitoes catching could help eradicate the disease, our life scientists have found
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RiLy♥ Sep 17
Pamenag and the upper right east of foot of Gn. RinJani, it's 3 precinct (3pct) has mosquitoes now. 12 pct, 17's ↑=12 pct, right? 🙂
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Casper Hempel 15h
If you are interested in analyses of the and/ or then check journal for my recent contribution
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Durham University Sep 18
If you have five minutes to spare, listen to this interview with Prof Steve Lindsay and blogger on a new type of bed net, which could prevent millions of cases of
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NCDC 9h
STAY VIGILANT FOR LASSA! If you do have a fever, insist on getting tested for using a Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT). REMEMBER: Not every fever is , it could be . You can protect yourself and your family. Here is how:
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RiLy♥ Sep 17
Replying to @R_lantern_333
Pamenag=11 pct's, that kind of mosquitoes will come soon (in 2 days). So, let's clean the ground and so on.
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RiLy♥ Sep 16
When mosquitoes become or influenza,they move the wings more slowly than usual and fly.Compared with 30 or more mosquitoes, there may be researchers who can find the mosquitoes. It is better to thoroughly remove the watersides,puddles,etc. in the red dot area.
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UniMelb Newsroom 5h
Researchers discover that chemotherapy drugs may hold key to overcoming resistance in frontline antimalarial artemesinin Talk to Prof Leann Tilley via +61383444123 news@media.unimelb.edu.au
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The Hindu Science 15h
Most under 5 die due to preventable or treatable causes such as complications during birth, pneumonia, , neonatal sepsis and
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Eileen Park 8h
Could this be the patent for the next cure for ? thinks so. Their drug just entered human clinical trials.
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