Title: "Study shows dogs can detect malaria by smelling socks"
Segment 1: Researchers have found that dogs can identify the scent of people infected with malaria by smelling their socks.
Segment 2: The study, conducted in The Gambia, trained dogs to discriminate between the odors of socks worn by malaria-infected people and those without the disease.
Segment 3: The results showed that the dogs were able to detect malaria-infected samples with an accuracy rate of 70%.
Segment 4: This discovery could lead to the development of an efficient, non-invasive method for malaria detection, particularly in regions where diagnostic tools are limited.