World Malaria Day (April 25): Understanding the dangerous disease

World Malaria Day (April 25)
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Malaria is a dangerous disease spread by infected mosquitoes, especially in warm regions. It’s caused by tiny parasites that infect blood cells, causing symptoms like fever and chills. If not treated quickly, malaria can become very serious and even deadly, especially for kids and pregnant women.

World Malaria Day (April 25)

Every year on April 25th, we observe World Malaria Day to remind people about the importance of stopping and treating malaria. This day helps us see the progress we’ve made in fighting malaria and encourages governments and groups to keep supporting research and programs.

In India, malaria is a big concern, so it’s crucial to teach people how to prevent and recover from it.