Tuesday, February 14, 2017

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How to face Interview


Hi Dear Reader,
        In my previous article (Tell me about yourself) under career education we discussed, how to answer the powerful question “Tell About Yourself” .    I believe that article helps you a lot.
        Now, I am focusing on “How to face Interview”. Means, here I would like to share my views on how to prepare for the interview, how to attend an interview, how to maintain your body language, and so on. So let us begin.
        Every candidate must ensure the following tips.
  1.  Wear color-coordinated professional outfit.
  2.   Be immaculate in your appearance.
  3.   Give a firm handshake.
  4.   Provide fresh copies (NOT FOLDED) of resume and your certificates to the interviewer.
  5.   Maintain good eye contact throughout the interview. 

Prepare Well for the Interview:
        Find out concerning the company’s vision, goal, products, the work culture and the management from the web site. Then from the job description, analyze how appropriate you are as a candidate. You can’t be prepared for all queries as there can be some googlies and bouncers hurled at you. But there are some common interview queries and if you’re ready for them, half the battle is won. You’ll be less tongue-tied and seem additional assured if you’re prepared with the response. You can inspect what the questioner needs to know for the same.
Understand your Resume:
        You must and should know about the information, what you mention in your resume. Because, the interviewer expecting your knowledge in the areas of what you mention only.

Feel Free and Be confident:
        Be feel free to speak with the interviewer while answering the questions. Don’t be the smart while answering unknown questions. Don’t play games to cover wrong answers. If you don’t know the answer, be confident to say “I Don’t Know Sir” , It resembles your sincerity. Do eye contact throughout the interview.
All the best.

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Monday, January 30, 2017

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Tell Me About Your Self

Tell me about yourself

Hello Dear Reader,

                                          “Tell me about yourself”

            It is a very familiar question to every job seeker. Now I will discuss about the simple formula for answering this great question- “Tell me about yourself” .

            Don’t fear job seekers, here is a excellent solution that will help you to answer this question. So, Let’s begin….

            “Tell me about yourself” is the first question you may get in the interview. In this question, you must remember that you are not inviting to describe your entire life story. Instead, it is your first chance and excellent chance to pitch the hiring person on why you are the right person for the job.

            Now let me give some beautiful tips for answering this question.

Tell me about yourself.

Before answering this question, you must remember some points. They are….

1.    Think about what should I need to hear, if I ask you to Tell me about yourself.

2.    Start your answer with the present and explain why you are well suited person for the position.

3.    It is always best to start with a strong simple statement about yourself(It must be related to the job) and expand with suitable work experience that makes to stand up on the peaks.

Here is one example.

Good Morning Sir/Madam,
            First of all I would like to thank you, for giving me an opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Renuka, I belong from Kurnool. I completed my Post Graduation in Master of Computer Application from Jawarharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad with 82% of marks.

            I love computers, because from my school days, I am having very interest to learn digital things and digital technologies. And I scored high marks in Computer Science compared to Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

            My hobbies are to analyse how video games are often programmed and I am having passion to learn upcoming technologies. My weakness is I am not comfortable, until I finish my work in the given time. Although I am an active person, I am a proactive person. Coming to my short term goal is to get my first job in a reputed company like you. My long term goal is to become more responsible and knowledgeable personality on respectable position on my company.

            That’s all a brief description about me.

            Thank you very much for giving a great opportunity to introduce myself in front of you.
            Thank you sir/madam.

This type of introduction is well enough. Suppose, by getting impressed on you, they may ask about your family details. At that time you can approach like this…..

            Well Sir/Madam, talking about my family, my family consists of 5 members including me and my 2 elder brothers. My father is a farmer and mother is a housewife.

At the end don’t forget to wish them like, Thank you very much for giving a great opportunity to introduce myself in front of you.

            Thank you sir/madam.

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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

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Liver Importance

Liver Importance

Dear reader,
Today, I would like to share my views about the importance of human liver. Our discussion starts with the following figure.

Scarred Liver:
        a. Fatty Livers:
                Sedentary lifestyle(without any physical work after taking food) higher intake of  fatty foods, higher alcohol consumption and smoking are widely practiced in today's generation. Who is recklessly taking their liver, for granted to clean up the mess?  

        b. Recognize the signs of Liver under attack:
                 Scar tissue build up leading to cirrhosis is a slow gradual process as cirrhosis scar tissues slowly replace with the healthy liver tissue. Liver first swells and then starts shrinking upon degrading of cirrhosis. In early state, cirrhosis are asymptomatic, wherein the liver still continues to function but as the disease progress, liver shrinks. We observe the following.
        i. Itching
        ii. Edema
        iii. Fatigue
        iv. Weakness and nausea
        v. Weight loss due to loss of appetite.
        vi. Fluid bluish in abdomen.
        vii. Confusion and slurred speech.

        c. Diagnosis the cirrhosis liver:
                General factors such as alcohol consumption, obesity, hepatitis infections etc., play a vital role in directing the diagnosis of cirrhosis along with analyzing the patient medical and functional history.
        d. Blood test:
                This includes for ANA(Anti-Nuclear Antibody), AMA(Anti-Mitochondrial Antibody), Blood alcohol level, hepatitis infections and iron levels to determine the factor of cirrhosis.
        e. Liver function test:
                A sample of blood taken to determine the liver damage upon the estimation of excessive levels of bilirubin released when red blood cells are break down. Others are analyzed under the liver function test intake albumin, globulin, total serum protein where enzymes like aspirate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase.
        f. Kidney function test:
                Later stages of cirrhosis are marked by a reduce in kidney function, which is determined by testing creatinine levels.
        g. Clotting test:
                Prothrombin time and the international normalized ratio tests are commonly recommended to assess liver function. This test measure the time taken by the blood to clot and elevated results are considered to be an indicator of liver disease.
Acute Viral Hepatitis:
          A series of blood tests are performed to detect any current or past hepatitis A, B, C and infections to further observe diagnose acute liver function.
        Early cirrhosis is deal by providing target treatment of it's various casual factors such as treatment program for alcohol consumption, controlling blood sugar levels and weight, medications to control Hepatitis infections. There exist no single treatment to cure cirrhosis or repair already scarred liver. But, as per the cause, and extent of liver damage suggest lifestyle and dietary changes.
Coping with cirrhosis:
          Suffering from a chronic cirrhosis is not easy and takes a full even on the strongest and healthiest mind. A condition like cirrhosis need proper care and follow ups when affected gets regular treatment.
        1. Proper vaccinations against infections like Influenza, Pneumonia, Hepatitis etc. should be taken.
        2. Limit the salt amount and protein in your diet.
        3. Keep proper dental hygiene to avoid any mouth inflammation and gum bleeding.

        This disease does not happen in a day. It may be a silent killer. For years damaging liver without any symptoms. Or may have with some complications when lifestyle involved consume drinking and addictive smoking much to the ignore for years by the affected cirrhosis is fatal if left attended. The therefore, do not take liver for granted to clean up the toxins accumulations.
        Detoxifying blood from harmful substances like alcohol, bacteria, chemicals, to storing vitamins, iron in blood and sugar glucose. Destroying old red blood cells and aiding in digestion by secreting bile. Our body largest glandular organ liver is a multi-worker.
        Liver health is important for maintain metabolism. And to perform over 500 functions important for survival. It not only aid in production of blood clotting protein i.e., K-Vitamin. But also, absorb dietary fats, cholesterol, Vitamins A, E and D working throughout the day and processing everything ingested.

        Blessed with the wonderful capacity to regenerate liver cells(Hepatocytes) have regenerate and grow back from as little as 25% available liver mess. After a surgical removal this regeneration start to fail when an individual is severely affected by a prolonged or severe alcohol consumption. Taking excess deposit of components, i.e., glycoproteins, collagens etc., that creates excessive fibrous scar tissues and abnormal regenerative nodules. The blood flow through liver and slowly the  production of proteins and other substances. The processing of drugs, toxins continuously injure liver over time leading to liver cirrhosis. A medical condition which convert a normal liver architecture into that of structurally abnormal nodules and fibrous scar tissues.  

With this information, I hope you would understand the importance of Liver. Please feel free to give comments or suggestions in the below section. See you in my next article.

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Dear Reader,
        In my previous articles, we discussed about some of the health care topics. I observed some people are suffering from Insomnia. A lot people were neglecting their rest(sleeping) by putting themselves in so many duties. This restless work leads to so many health problems. One of the problems is Insomnia. Today, I would like to discuss on this topic. So let us start.

        Food and sleeping both are very important to everyone. In our daily life we perform different types of activities. To perform daily activities a lot of energy required. Biological activities based on light and dark. That's why we get sleeping mood when at night. But, our life style has been changed a lot. Physical and mental sickness causes to less sleeping. Some people are not going to sleep for days. If this condition continue, our body damage severely.
Stages of Sleeping:
          Of course, we felt that we are sleeping throughout night. Suppose, we went to sleep for 6 to 7 hours, unknowingly we wake up for every 90 minutes. This wakeup process continues whole night. Two stages are gets repeated in sleep cycle. One is rapid eye movement, another is non-rapid eye movement. In rapid eye movement eyes are moving, dreaming, speaking, walking(in some people) are seen in first stage. Brain is in active state at this stage.
        In non-rapid eye movement, we get deep sleep. It is known as true sleep. Naturally, any difficult in physical activities due to obstacles in two stages leads to non-sleeping. So, day time we feel fatigue, headache, pains in our body.

Sleeplessness Problems:

          Some chemicals are released from some sights of the brain, sufficiently to well sleeping. Any difficult in this process leads to non-sleeping. Naturally, everyone face non-sleeping problem.
          It is related to nervous system. Who suffer with this problem no control on their sleeping. They will get sleep at anywhere, at anytime, even in working they leave their doing work and prefer to sleep. But, suddenly they gets wakeup and continue their work.
        In releasing of chemicals in brain abnormally facing this type of problem. Through the polysomnogram test, doctors will identify it and suggest for treatment.
Sleep Apnea:
          This can be defined as obstacle in breathing leads non sleeping. We take breath 20 to 50 times(approximately) for one minute. This count gets reduced while sleeping. In some very rare cases this breathing stops for some time. If this duration(no breathing) exceeds 10 seconds, our oxygen levels gets reduced, immediately we gets wakeup for breath.
Hypo Apnea:
          In this problem, air quantity reduces in inhalation. But, not difficulty in breathing. If 30% of air quantity gets reduce in inhalation, it is known as obstructive sleep disorder.
          There are mainly three reasons causes to sleep apnea. They are namely, central, obstructive and mixed. Respiratory tract problems comes under obstructive type. In the central sleep apnea signals are not transmit from the brain that stimulates the breathing.
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure(CPAP):
          Gets disturbing in sleep for 5 to 15 times in an 1Hr is considered as moderate. If suffering from sleep apnea in 1Hr is 30 or above, considered as severe condition, 15 to 30 times considered as medium. Surgery is needed for above two cases except first one.
Bi level Positive Airway Pressure(BIPAS):
          It is an Instrument used, when Carbon dioxide (CO2) excess in human body. This is helpful in inhalation process, to breath excess Oxygen which equals to Carbon dioxide.
         Signals are not transmit from the brain to the lungs, due to the breathing does not takes in a proper manner. When this situation raise, doctors suggest stimulus instrument.
Restless Leg Syndrome:
          In this restless leg syndrome, at night times in sleeping hands and legs are move frequently due to nervous problem.
Sleeping Tablets:
          Sleeping tables are suggested by the doctors temporarily. Sedatives are helps in sedativeness leads to the sleeping. Due to sleep apnea thinking power, taking decisions reduces and raise other problem is Alzheimer. Oxygen percentage decreases in sleep apnea, which leads to many diseases are Hyper Tension, Blood Pressure, Difficulties in Heart beat. In breathing process we take Oxygen sufficiently in inhalation process. If any problem raise during night times in sleeping, means we are not taking sufficient Oxygen leads to above diseases. If excess Carbon dioxide accumulation in human body due to sleep apnea symptoms are sedativeness, headache, inactiveness. If these are continuous for a long period, causes to the respiratory tract failure.

By this, I am concluding that please everyone should take care about their sleep. 
Sleep well and be happy living. 

See you in my next article, please feel free to give comments and suggestions in the below section.

Thank You.

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Pregnancy Failure

Why Pregnancy Failure?

Welcome dear reader,
        Today, a lot of people are suffering from pregnancy failures. Because only lack of knowledge about how to secure pregnancy? Don't worry. small things make big innovations. Just follow me(as per my knowledge) it would help you a lot, to secure your pregnancy.  

        Knowing or unknowing, so many people are getting a failure in their  pregnancy. Regarding to this issue I made a discussion, with one my colleagues Mr. Maddilety garu. With that, I got a lot of information about this. Now, I would like to share my views about the reasons of pregnancy failure....

Getting Pregnancy is not a big issue. But a lot of people were suffering from no pregnancy. 

    Of course, after marriage, they are getting pregnancy. BUT...Unfortunately, Some of them are loosing their pregnancy. 
            As a Son to a mother, I feel very sorry about this.

Let's share about the process of getting pregnancy and how to secure that. I wish to share about the reproduction. When we think about reproduction, Like this some questions are raised, are What is the reproduction? Why reproduction occurs? What will happen, if reproduction stop? Are all women have the pregnancy? Are all organisms produce its offspring in the same manner? To answer these questions, there may be a lot of awareness needed on reproduction process and formation of an embryo.
        Reproduction is the process by which organisms produce its offspring's and other organisms also. Organisms produce its offspring's in 2 ways. They are namely,
1. Asexual mode of reproduction
2. Sexual mode of reproduction.
        Here, my topic is about pregnancy. So, we discuss sexual mode of reproduction. Reproduction is helpful to continue human race and other organisms.
        Simple flow chart for the pregnancy is as follows.

Usually producing capacity in human beings start from 12 years. Testis produce sperm  and ovaries are produce eggs or ovum from 12 or 13 years. The sperm and eggs are fusion is called fertilization. If egg is fertilized  it's passage through oviduct to reaches the uterus. The uterus is ready to receive the fertilized egg in this process uterine walls are thickened and fertilized egg implant to the uterine walls. So after this process baby development takes place in uterus.

If fertilized egg fails to stick to the uterine other than this the egg is implanted to main cavity of the uterus known as Ectopic pregnancy. It occurs mainly in fallopian tube carry the egg towards the lining of  uterus post fertilization known as tubal pregnancy.

Ectopic pregnancy occurs mainly in the ovary, abdominal cavity, and neck of the uterus. An early treatment of an ectopic pregnancy have avoid any further harm to the sex organs of the female.

At starting of the ectopic pregnancy symptoms are not appeared and early signs are similar to the normal pregnancy. Vaginal bleeding, and mild cruel abdominal or pain of pelvic if fertilised egg implant to the oviduct due to this leaking of blood from the fallopian tube , shoulder pain and even urge to can a bowel movement.

Common symptoms are:
At the region of abdomen, pelvic have pain,
Light to heavy bleeding from vagina,
pain in shoulder and neck region,
overall weakness,
Discomfort during urinating.

If oviduct damaged while previous surgery have pose risk towards ectopic pregnancy.

If a woman using to get pregnancy  also increase the risk the fertilised ovum implanted to in areas other than the lining of the uterus.

If previous pregnancy have ectopic further pregnancy also to be an ectopic.
Intrauterine devices are not use to plan the pregnancy now it leads to the ectopic. Contraceptive pills also affect  mobility of the fertilised egg to trvel to the uterus.


Cigarette smoking by woman who is planing for pregnancy leads to the ectopic pregnancy.

If a woman with 35 years of age or more planning to pregnancy have risk towards ectopic pregnancy        

It causes to modifications reproductive organs which can obstruct the sufficient implantation of the fertilised egg.

If quickly treatments are not practiced, lead to rupturing the oviduct tube as a result this in fatal bleeding. The woman face also a problem of another same pregnancy to occur and even  in future will be faces related infertility issues.

Identifying ectopic pregnancy  to be difficult and hence any pain and bleeding identified during early days of pregnancy should be identified quickly without any further delay.

During pregnancy tropoblast cells are produced chronic gonadotrophic hormone as a result fertilized egg implantation. The levels of progesterone  prepare the endometrium lining for the pregnancy.

High frequency sound waves are passed to understand internal structure and the position of the foetus in the uterus. how considered the ectopic pregnancy if embryo implanted to oviduct tube it is a sign of ectopic pregnancy.

Diagnosing the problem and age of the embryo are help to select way to stop the pregnancy. The embryo is early stage injecting drugs to stop the pregnancy in the embryo have be done leads to the stop the division of the cells within the embryo and to its death. So, Ectopic pregnancy is known to have many risk factors involved, can happen to any of the pregnancies. Therefore, initial evaluation of the uterus and nullying the chances of ectopic pregnancy is important.    


Prevention is mother of cure.......let me share my knowledge about the securing of pregnancy. As per my knowledge, I am suggesting 7 tips for safe pregnancy...Shall we?....

7 Tips to Eating Healthy During Pregnancy.... 

1. Don't forget breakfast.

Try fortified ready-to-eat or cooked breakfast cereals with fruit. Fortified cereals have added nutrients, like calcium.

If you are feeling sick, start with whole wheat toast. Eat more food later in the morning.

2. Eat foods with fiber.

Choose a variety of vegetables and fruits, like carrots, cooked greens, bananas, and melon.

Eat plenty of beans and whole grains. Try brown rice or oatmeal.

3. Choose healthy snacks.

Low-fat or fat-free yogurt with fruit.

Whole grain crackers with fat-free or low-fat cheese.

4. Take a prenatal vitamin with iron and folic acid every day.

Iron keeps your blood healthy. Folic acid helps prevent birth defects.

5. Eat up to 12 ounces a week (2 average meals) of fish or shellfish.

A 3-ounce serving is about the size of a deck of cards.

Avoid fish and shellfish with high levels of mercury. Don't eat shark, swordfish, king mackerel, or tile-fish.

If you eat tuna, choose canned light tuna. Albacore (white) tuna has more mercury.

Common fish that are low in mercury include shrimp, salmon, and catfish.

6. Stay away from soft cheeses and lunch meat. 

Some foods may have bacteria that can hurt your baby.

Don't eat:

Soft cheeses like feta, Brie, and goat cheese.
Uncooked or under cooked meats or fish (like sushi).
Lunch meats and hot dogs unless they are heated until steaming hot.

7. Limit caffeine and avoid alcohol. 

Drink decaffeinated coffee or tea.
Drink water or seltzer instead of soda.

Don't drink alcohol.

Thank you for reading my article....I hope, it will give you some idea about my intention.

See you in my next article, Please feel free to share your comments and suggestions in the below section.

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History of Malaria
Dear Reader,
        I observed a lot of people were suffered from Malaria at least once in their lifetime. So, here I would like to share the almost information(I believe) about malaria and its consequences for the sake of educating the people.   


Protozoan parasite caused the Malaria disease. Plasmodium genus transmitted through the female anopheles mosquitoes. In 1880, Alphones Laveran discovered the Malaria parasite in the infected person. William Maccullum invented the sexual stages of mosquitoes reproduction in human blood. Dr. Ronald Ross was a military doctor, who did his research extensively on malaria for 16 years (1881-1897).

        Malaria disease is known from almost 5th century B.C. Malaria which derived from Italian which means bad air. So it was believed that bad air caused to malaria. Manson hypothesis is that mosquitoes transmit malaria. Sir Ronald Ross confirmed that mosquitoes are main sources to malaria.

Life cycle of plasmodium:
* In the infective stage the sporozoites(it is an asexual mode of reproduction stage of malaria parasite)  are entered into the human body. They attack liver cells.
* Sporozoites are increased through an asexual mode of reproduction. This leads to the production single nucleate merozoites. These merozoites attack red blood cell. Merozoites which attack another new red blood cell.
* This entire process occur repeatedly this leads to the malaria disease. Some young merozoites develop into a male and female gamete.
* Malarial parasites life mainly depends on two hosts. The primary host is the mosquito, the Secondary host is the man. The parasite develops in man through an asexual mode of reproduction. This phase of the life cycle of the parasite is known as an Asexual cycle.
* The phase of a life cycle in the mosquito is called sexual cycle. For the survival of the female mosquitoes they depend on man blood and male mosquitoes depend on plant juices.

Asexual reproduction in men:
        When female anopheles mosquito bites the parasite enter into our body. This phase of life is known as Sporozoites. These sporozoites enter into the liver cell after half an hour. Slowly they acquire totally liver cell and they feed on the contents of the liver cell. This phase is called crypto-schizont phase. Daughter cells are produced by asexual mode of reproduction by schizont. They are called Crypto-Merozoites.
        Merozoites are broken the liver cell and enter into the blood. Among some merozoites are attack the new cells. They are produced in a large number of merozoites and they are enter into the red blood cells. All these changes take place in the liver cells. Hence it is called pre-erythrocytic cycle. This entire process occurs in 7 to 17 days and parasite enter into the blood. But phase completed the parasite enter into the red blood cells.
        After entering into the red blood cells parasite feed on the content of the red blood cells. So their body size grows. They are completely developed, occupy the inner space of the red blood cells. They are called Schizont. 6 to 24 merozoites are produced by the division of the schizont. Red blood cells are ruptured by merozoites and released into the blood. Merozoites are again attacked the new red blood cells. So their number increased. This is the stage of the Erythrocytic cycle. This process takes place in red blood cells. Hence it is called Erythrocytic cycle. The break of the red blood cells and enter into the blood is linked with cold and fever. It is treated as malarial fever.
        After few generations, some of the merozoites develop into gametocytes in the red blood cells. They are two kinds…
1. Macro gametocytes
2. Micro gametocytes
Gametocytes further development takes place in the mosquito.

Life cycle in mosquito:
        Mosquito sucks the blood gametocytes enter into its digestive system. Their further development takes place when they migrate into the walls of the digestive system. Macro gametocytes develop into macrogamete which is equal to unfertilized egg. Micro gametocytes give to microgamete which is equal to sperms.
        Fusion of egg and sperms resulting this zygote is formed. Zygotes travel to the outer layer of the wall. It develops in size and divided into a large number of sporozoites.
        The sporozoites travel towards the salivary glands of mosquito. When infected mosquito bites sporozoites are released into the human body along with mosquito saliva. Inculcation period varies for different species of plasmodium. Malaria begins with a sensation of extremely cold. Patients want to be covered with heavy blankets. Human body temperature raised for 106oF. This stage may be seen for a period of 2 to 4 hours. Severe headache
and body pains are common during this period.
        Next stage is releasing sweat. This process occurs 2-3 days when merozoites are ruptured the red blood cells. If parasite enters into the children body it blocks the capillaries, which are supplying blood to the brain.
        Quinine is used to treat malaria. But parasite is developed resistance to Quinine. That’s why new drugs were invented to control malaria. To control malaria the best way is controlling mosquito population and using mosquito nets. Before the invention of the life cycle of the malaria parasite, malariologist could not explain how the malaria parasite transmits from one person to another.
        Italian malariologist concluded that mosquitoes were helped to transmit the malaria disease. Ronal Ross discovered that plasmodium rectum caused to avian malaria in birds. In the human being also malaria spread through mosquitoes.

  Ronald Ross believed that malaria is not caused by mosquitoes and thought it is an intestinal infection. Monson and Ross showed blood slides containing malaria parasite. Incompletely understanding of life cycle in humans, nobody knows how the parasite grows in first 10 days. The stage of a life cycle in humans malaria parasite to complete time taken nearly 70 years. To understanding human malaria before this malariologist commonly formed in birds, mammals ad reptiles.
        After a few centuries various discoveries concerning the malaria parasite and their transmission. Alphonse Laveran observed first that parasites are present in the blood of malaria patient in 1980. Finally, Ronald Ross discovered the life cycle of the malaria parasite in man and female anopheles mosquito and he got the noble prize in the year 1902 for this invention.
        On 20th August, 1897, Ross found clear outlines about 12mm diameter cells. Each cell containing a type of cell, black pigment. He draws rough sketches in his notebooks. Finally, Ross discovered the route map of malaria. Infected patient blood to mosquito stomach to salivary glands to infect a healthy person. So on 20th August we celebrate world malaria day.

        I am feeling very happy to share my knowledge with you. Feel free to give any comments, suggestions.

Thank You.

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