This in turn makes poor people iller, poorer and places more strain on currently over-stretched health services. ‘Misdiagnosis probably contributes to a vicious routine of increasing ill-health and deepening poverty,’ say Barnish and co-workers at the Liverpool College. Instead, basic and quick blood tests could be used to verify malaria cases. Testing equipment and staff costs money, but the expense has to be weighed against the amount of money saved by not treating non-malaria fevers with progressively expensive malaria drugs.National Institute of Child Human and Wellness Development, said in a government news release. ‘It can be difficult to match longer stretches of exercise into the day. Our study indicates that even small activity breaks could possess a substantial effect on children’s long-term health,’ he added. American children spend about 6 hours a day either seated or reclining, the researchers said. Prior studies have connected such inactivity to weight problems and insulin resistance, a risk element for type 2 diabetes, the researchers explained. ‘Sustained sedentary behavior after meals diminishes the muscles’ ability to help clear sugar from the bloodstream,’ research first author Britni Belcher, a cancer prevention fellow at the U.S.