direct origin cannot be traced. Anybody anywhere can get malaria, sometimes an infected mother may pass it on to her child. People in the Southern regions and countries of Africa are most likelyto get this, and more likely to die from it to, due to poverty, bad health care, and bad sanitation.The causes are known though and many organizations are trying to combat the disease affectingthose areas. Some of the symptoms include shaking chills, flu-like illness, fever, head andmuscle aches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and may even cause jaundice and amnesia due to theloss of red blood cells.
can be very serious and can cause kidney failure,seizures, and death if not treated immediately. One problem is that malaria can take anywherefrom seven days to four weeks for the symptoms to set in to your body and effect you.There is not a malaria vaccine at the moment. However it is curable by taking anti-malarial drugs. A cure called SN 13,276 was thought to be one of the most effective, if not a permanent cure, but we are unsure if this can become a permanent cure for this protozoaninfection. Some things to prevent malaria include spraying insecticide around the home, usinginsect repellent and sleeping under a bed net or a mosquito net. All of these precautions couldsave a life or prevent serious illness. People are usually required to take ant malarial drugs whenvisiting countries where the disease is often found.