April 25th marks World Malaria Day, a day to focus on the plight caused by malaria and also the efforts made to control the disease. However, every day is malaria day for half the world, as the disease is a part of their everyday lives. Likewise, for the scientists and organisations working to control and eliminate the disease, malaria is an everyday nemesis. The Every Day is Malaria Day series features some of the research carried out every day around the world on malaria.
Prevalence and risk factors associated with malaria infection among pregnant women in a semi-urban community of north-western Nigeria
Malaria during pregnancy remains a serious public health problem, with substantial risks for the mother, her foetus and the newborn. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of malaria and possibl...
Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2015 4:24