Malaria-carrying mosquitoes rendered harmless after scientists use GM bacteria to kill off parasite in stomach

Malaria-carrying mosquitoes rendered harmless after scientists use GM bacteria to kill off parasite in stomachMosquitoes carry the malaria parasite in their stomachs | UPDATED: 09:33 GMT, 17 July 2012 Mosquitoes carry malaria via a stomach parasite, which is what scientists are now targeting Malaria could be stopped by infecting mosquitoes with genetically engineered bacteria.

Millions of lives at risk as world"s most effective malaria drug loses its potency, warn experts

'We are in a race against time': Experts warn millions of lives are at risk as world's most effective malaria drug loses its potency Strains of the most deadliest form of the disease found to be resistant to most popular drug Experts fear genetic change could put millions at risk | UPDATED: 10:16 GMT, 6 April 2012 Millions of lives are at risk as one of the best drugs used to treat malaria is losing its potency, say experts.

Majority of new HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis B cases are found in immigrants

Majority of new HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis B cases are found in immigrants coming to live in Britain 75% of TB cases reported last year were born abroadAlmost two-thirds of HIV cases and 80% of hepatitis B cases were found in immigrants High rates of tuberculosis, HIV and hepatitis B are found in migrants coming to live as long-term residents in Britain, according to a report.