Other Pediatric Diseases in India (Malaria and HIV)

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الخيارات الثنائية منتدى فرانكو This post is a continuation of Pediatric Diseases in India (part 4).

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الخيارات الثنائية مفتاح الترخيص الروبوت وسطاء الفوركس “Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease that affects more than 500 million people annually, causing between 1 and 3 million deaths. It is most common in tropical and subtropical climates and is found in 90 countries—but 90% of all cases are found in Sub-Saharan Africa. Most of its victims are children. The first stage consists of shaking and chills, the next stage involves high fever and severe headache, and in the final stage the infected person’s temperature drops and he or she sweats profusely. Infected people also often suffer from anemia, weakness, and a swelling of the spleen. Malaria was almost eradicated 30 years ago; now it is on the rise again.” (source)

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