Tuberculosis is a highly infectious disease usually contracted through the air. This airborne bacterium can infect anyone, though not all will show symptoms of the disease. Conventional TB diagnosis tends to rely on antiquated tests such as “sputum smear microscopy, culture, tuberculin skin test, and chest radiography” (Pai & O’Brien, 2008). However, these tests have several limitations. These tests perform poorly in populations affected by the HIV epidemic In Latent Tuberculosis, the TB germs are dormant/asleep in a carrier’s body.
But in reality, rabies not only infects animas, but also humans as well. Rabies is caused by the lyssa virus and is often referred to as a “slow” virus because it takes a long time for the symptoms to appear (up to a year) (King County paragraph 1). This virus hides in the host’s immune system so the immune system cannot detect it, and consequently cannot fight it off (Easmon paragraph 7). Rabies is a bullet-shaped particle with a helical structure that contains a protein layer (Kaplan et al. 22-23).
The woman was named Jane Seymour and she cared greatly for Elizabeth. She forced Henry to take Elizabeth back into the house, as it was, Elizabeth had been sent away for schooling and whatnot. In 1537 Elizabeth’s new stepmother, Jane Seymour, gave birth to a son, the birth of this son however brought about the death of Jane from bed fever. The child was named Edward. Once Edward had been born Elizabeth faded into the background, everyday receiving less and less attention.
Second of all, Jay became really good friends with Daisy’s cousin Nick Carraway, he did this out of interest to become closer to Daisy which eventually he did. This example makes me feel like I am Daisy in this story since my former boyfriend became a good friend of my cousin’s to get closer to me. This is one of the many good romance books there is out there, since good romance books have an emotion, feeling or an action that makes the reader feel like they are the characters themselves. The same question is asked for drama books. What is a good drama book?
Pugs get along well with all sorts of animals, even little children who like to run around the house. “The Pug craves affection and is very unhappy if his devotion isn’t reciprocated.” (Pug Britannica School). Though very playful and rambunctious, the Pug is a low-maintenance companion making it easier for older owners. Pugs are sensitive to the tone of your voice, so use a gentle and kind one while talking to them. They are clowns at heart and are bred to be companions.
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Given that statement, there is a higher chance that one who does not take the vaccine gets sick than one who does. A specific example includes polio, where instead of paralysis and blindness a person has the possibility to experience slight dizziness and fatigue. Simply put, the benefits of vaccination greatly outweigh the risk. Myth 3- Diseases that were destroyed by vaccines in the past are irrelevant now- we don’t need to take vaccines any more. There are still a lot of bacteria out there foreignly that can come, cross, and infect our borders, ultimately infecting everyone who is not protected ... ... middle of paper ... ...ath.
They fear that vaccinations will cause severe and permanent damage in the natural immune system. They also think that the immune system is never allowed to grow if they become too reliant on the medicine. A heath website has an article called, Vaccines: What They Are and Why Your Child Needs Them that states, “Vaccines are generally quite safe. The protection provided by vaccines far outweighs the very small risk of serious problems. Vaccines have made many serious childhood diseases rare today” (Editorial Staff).
Doctors have tried to develop vaccines which prevent polio, and the vaccines work most of the time. If someone choose to not get the vaccine or was unable to get the vaccine and the disease is caught, there is no cure. However, there are treatments that a patient may try to help them get better (Linton, 2011). Paralytic poliovirus is a dangerous disease that more people should learn about, because the disease ca... ... middle of paper ... ...ation.org/Polioandprevention.aspx Landis, Story C. (2014, April 16). National institute of neurological disorders and stroke (NINDS).