Malaria is a Deadly Disease
Malaria is a disease and deadly infection that is most common in hot and tropical areas of the world. It can also happen in temperate climates, specially in the stagnant water in the canals where the mosquitoes can stay. Malaria is an ancient organisms and has infected humans since the beginning of human race (Davis).
The term name “mal aria” as in meaning “bad air” in Italian and was first used in 1740 in English by Walpole (Davis). This was combined to “malaria” in 1880 and the parasite was first identified in human blood (Davis).
In 1889, Rose discovered that mosquito was a transmitted disease (Davis). This is a fatal disease to most people live in malaria area. It is not just children, but also adults can get this illness. The mosquito carries malaria and not from bad air.
In 1970 the amount of malaria cases with U.S. military personnel, U.S. and foreign civilians had a total of 4,247 (Davis). Although, in 2011 had lesser incidents for about 1,925, according to Cullen's record. On his data, the U.S. infected with this malaria disease from higher and lower results started from year 2000 to 2010 and higher again in 2011.
The large numbers of malarial infections could be found in Africa, Asia, and Central and South America (Ayele). Most people tested in the U.S. about 1,500 people every year controlled from their infection outside the country while living or traveling thru an area where malaria is ongoing (Cullen).
It is bout 660,000 deaths every year worldwide due to malaria parasites (Davis). According to Dr. Davis, there are about 154 to 289 million new incidents every year worldwide are contaminated the malaria disease caused by Plasmodium parasites. This disease is uncommon in the U.S. It is even unheard from most foreigners or immigrants who come over the United States.
Infected Female Anopheles Mosquito
Malaria is causing death, a disease that is spread from a female Anopheles mosquito bite that infected with parasites that can infect human's red blood cells by drawing blood that contains a parasite from salivary gland of an infected mosquito with Plasmodium (Davis). The infected Anopheles mosquito is the only type of mosquito that can spread malaria (Davis). This is a dangerous bacteria or virus that people can get from a mosquito bites and a cycle problem illness from its one bite to another bites to people, unless it could killed from an environmental smoke-repellent.
During the mosquito bites, it injects the saliva to stop the blood from clotting and the infected saliva carries with malaria parasite rides the bloodstream like a road. It is seeking the target of the body's blood filter system which is the liver and get into liver tissue to infect the liver cells (Davis), and killing one and to another cells (Cullen). This single cell parasite infects the liver cells and makes its own DNA copies (Davis) and then infects the red blood cells, the human DNA. The parasite multiplies...