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21/04/20

Novel Leptospira strain that can infect humans

Malaysian study identifies new strain of zoonotic Leptospira bacteria capable of infecting humans.

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28/03/20

Hygienic housing key to eliminating kala-azar

Nepal study shows hygienic housing and surroundings vital in eliminating visceral leishmaniasis or kala-azar.

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11/03/20

‘Nepal exposed to climate-sensitive disease outbreaks’

Nepal needs improved surveillance and prediction to resist climate-linked disease outbreaks, says study.

Editorials:

30/12/19

Public health issues plagued Asia Pacific through 2019

Public health issues, infectious or otherwise, and ranging from vaccination to pollution dominated 2019.

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26/11/19

Bacteria-infected mosquitoes can’t transmit dengue

… Infected mosquitoes with Wolbachia bacteria are less capable of transmitting dengue. …

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14/11/19

Climate change ‘poses lifelong threat to children’s health’

Children are at increasing risk from pollution, malnutrition and disease as global temperatures rise, report finds.

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12/11/19

New dengue vaccine effective in clinical trials

Dengue vaccine candidate ‘more effective’ in phase 3 clinical trials than existing one. …

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01/11/19

Wild polio virus strain down to one – WHO

Only a single strain of the wild polio virus, isolated in Afghanistan and Pakistan, now exists in the world.

Editorials:

23/10/19

AI needs regulation and connectivity to tackle poverty

AI’s potential to alleviate poverty is practically endless, writes Ruth Douglas. But only with better …

Spotlight:

23/10/19

AI for development

How can AI assist sustainable development? And how do we mitigate the risks of this technology in the Global South?

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