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China becomes the largest country to officially eradicate malaria
After a 70-year effort, the WHO confirmed the country has maintained zero cases for more than four years.
Scientists have created the most effective malaria vaccine of all time
The new malaria vaccine is 77 percent effective in young children.
COVID-19 could make malaria surge, but African aid workers are fighting back
Community efforts are stepping up as experts warn about an increase in malaria cases as the pandemic wears on.
Trump’s move to pull WHO funds could make the pandemic worse
International collaboration, which the World Health Organization helps provide, is key to getting through a pandemic.
The U.S. came within a needle’s width of losing its measles elimination status
New York seems to have stopped the outbreak just in time—but officials are continuing to double down on vaccinations.
Antibiotics save lives—but misusing them could lead to millions of deaths
According to a new UN report, drug resistance could result in 10 million yearly deaths by 2050.
Thanks, anti-vaxxers: Measles is on the rise in Europe
Our grip on infectious diseases is slipping as people turn away from vaccination.
Cramming in all your exercise on the weekend is still good for your health
‘Weekend warriors’ are still getting healthy
Zika Stays In Body Twice As Long As Previously Thought
Virus found in a man's semen six months later
Yellow Fever Is Completely Preventable, So Why Are Millions At Risk?
How a virus that should be under control has spread around the globe