Wellness - General Health | 10-18 yrs

How To Deal With Mosquito Menace


Malaria, the mosquito-borne disease has been a cause of concern for parents of young children since ages. India contributes a whopping 77 per cent of the total malaria cases in Southeast Asia.

According to a World Health Organisation report, there are 15 million cases of malaria with 19,500–20,000 deaths annually.

This ClipBook discusses the various aspects of the disease, like which foods to eat and avoid once you have the disease.

To know more about natural methods to combat mosquito menace and how to turn your potted plants as a shield against mosquitos, flip through the pages of this ClipBook.


10 Natural Ingredients That Repel Mosquitos

If you’re a mosquito magnet, you’re probably tired of having itchy, bumpy skin. Different species of mosquitoes — like the ones that carry malaria — prefer bacteria and sweat. If you’re doing things like taking a hike, hanging out in your backyard...

Suffering From Malaria? Exercise, Diet Could Offset Effects

Fruits, vegetables and the right amount of protein may help lessen damage to the heart and skeletal muscles brought on by malaria.

Foods To Eat And Avoid While Treating Malaria

There is no specific diet for malaria patients, emphasis is laid on providing adequate nutrition. A good diet ensures that the body is not put under unnecessary duress. During this time of illness, the patient’s body is weak and the the antibiotic...

7 Easy Ways To Stop Mosquitoes From Breeding In Your Yard

Learn to control mosquitoes by preventing them from breeding in your yard. Here are methods to stop mosquitoes from breeding in your pool, water tank, pond and more.

Plant A Mosquito-Repelling Potted Plants

Keep mosquitoes from crashing your house party by creating a gorgeous herb garden that will keep pests away. There are a number of plants that mosquitoes and other biting insects dislike, mainly strong-smelling herbs and flowering plants. Creating...

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