Health Headlines: Malaria rise, painkillers affect SSRIs and diet can repair kidney damage

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Malaria rise - The Independent
People are being urged to pack anti-malaria pills if they go abroad after figures showed cases of the disease have jumped by almost 30% in two years.
Pills warning as malaria cases rise


Painkillers affects SSRIs - The Daily Mail
Aspirin and other popular painkillers could prevent Prozac from working properly, research suggests. Prozac and SSRIs are prescribed to two million Britons a year.
How painkillers like aspirin and ibuprofen may stop happy pills working


Diet can repair kidney damage - The BBC
A controlled diet high in fat and low in carbohydrate can repair kidney damage in diabetic mice, according to US scientists.
Diet 'can reverse kidney failure' in mice with diabetes

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