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I found it was of a rheumatic nature (caused from malaria) and made worse by Quinine and external applications.

He suffered from the effects of malaria even yet, and from the evil results of the poison in his system.

There were four cases in the village where I, lived, and fever and ague, malaria and grippe did their parts.

The Woman Who ToilsMrs. John Van Vorst and Marie Van Vorst

An ailing countryman, whether seized with malaria or suffering from an injury, found ready and efficient attention.

What do we know about the connection between mosquitoes and malaria?

A Handbook of HealthWoods Hutchinson

Gentlemen, in dealing with malaria we ought always to hold popular experience in high esteem, for we owe much to it.

It is estimated that there was a loss in days of labor equal to nearly six days and a half for each case of malaria.

It is impossible to bear up long against such odds, and first young Lemaire, next Alfonso the cook, are laid up with malaria.

No small percentage of them die of malaria, but those who recover acquire a certain degree of immunity.

Preventable DiseasesWoods Hutchinson

Jenkin suffered a little from malaria, but of a different origin. '

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