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#1 » by eMade (f) from Abuja » April 25th, 2018, 9:38 am

It is #WorldMalariaDay! Today 25th April 2018 marks another World Malaria Day!

This year's theme is

"Ready To Beat Malaria."

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Even though malaria is preventable and treatable, yet it continues to kill nearly half a million people annually.

Join in this awareness day supported by World Health Organisation WHO.

WMD is an international observance commemorated every 25th April each year to recognize globs on efforts to control malaria. In the whole world, over 3 billion people in over 100 countries are at risk of malaria. Malaria killed over 620,000 people most of whom were African children in 2012 alone.
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Malaria kills even more than the dreaded AIDS. Malaria is a disease transmitted through bites of infected female anopheles mosquitoes. Malaria will kill in 1 year what will take AIDS to kill in 15 years.

Symptoms of malaria include fever, headache, fatigue, body pains, cough, heat and chills, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting.

Malaria is preventable by avoiding mosquitoes bites. There are many means of doing this: treated nets, OK next repellent products and riddance of malaria breeding sites. Insecticides work too. I And it is treatable with very many various anti-malarial drugs.

However, the great challenge come from the increasing resistance to drugs by the malarial parasites.

Let us all combined efforts and save more lives by spreading this awareness today about malaria facts on this World Malaria Day 2018.
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Happy World Malaria Day! Courtesy of The Bestnaija.

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#2 » by eMade (f) from Abuja » April 25th, 2018, 10:56 am

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#3 » by Eon (f) from Maryland » April 26th, 2018, 7:47 am

Ronald Ross was the first person to link malaria transmission with mosquitos, a discovery that led to a Nobel Prize in 1902. With the help of knowledge and treatments created by Nobel Laureates like Ross one day we hope to #endmalaria
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