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Lateral Flow Rapid Tests in Combating Malaria
Malaria remains a significant global health challenge, particularly in regions with limited access to healthcare resources.
Dengue fever is surging in 2024
Since the beginning of 2024, 5 million dengue cases and 2,000 dengue-related deaths have been reported from 69 countries/territories.
What is Typhoid Fever and How to Better Prevent it?
Typhoid, also known as typhoid fever, is a bacterial infection caused by the bacterium Salmonella enterica serotype.
What is Adenovirus?
Adenovirus belongs to the DNA virus family and is known for its ability to replicate within host cells, causing various infections. Commonly associated with respiratory and eye infections, adenovirus comes in many types, with adenovirus type 2 and type 5 being prevalent. In severe cases, adenovirus infections can lead to pneumonia or other serious complications.
What is Rotavirus?
Rotavirus is a highly contagious virus that primarily affects infants and young children, causing severe diarrhea and vomiting. It spreads through contact with contaminated feces, surfaces, or objects, and can lead to dehydration and other complications, particularly in young children. Vaccination is available to prevent rotavirus infections.
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