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A sudden infestation of Indian maize crops by the fall armyworm pest prompts officials to take containment measures.
A global meet on malaria has called for political and financial support to fight and eliminate malaria.
Untreated industrial effluents and raw sewage are turning Pakistan’s major rivers unsafe, a study finds.
New study proves that ladybirds are cheaper, healthier and more environmentally-sound alternative to chemical pesticides.
Excess abstraction of groundwater in India is releasing uranium in the deep aquifers, warns study.
Rising heat wave conditions pose a threat to human health and crop yields in Pakistan, says study.
Individuals with type A blood are most vulnerable to severe diarrhoea caused by a type of E. coli, study finds.
Materials that smooth over rough surfaces can ease the burden of respiratory disease by preventing toxic mould.
HIV, the fastest mutating organism, now poses the threat of a second drug-resistant epidemic.
Child malnutrition cases need vitamin D3 doses over regularly prescribed treatment, a Pakistani study shows.
Campaigners hope the move will unlock funds for medical tools, interventions on the ground.
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