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Definition

The Malaria disease is caused by parasites that are spread by mosquitoes. The anopheles mosquitoes transmit the parasites from infected persons to healthy ones in their normal process of feeding on human blood. In adults, its common symptoms are headaches, weakness, fever, aches and pains, high body temperature, etc.

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Public Health Body Temperature Social Policy Human Blood Common Symptom 
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