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Pathogens And The Spread Of Disease

- Contents 1.1Introduction 1.2Methodology 2.0 What is a Pathogen. 2.1 Major Categories of pathogens/micro-organism 2.2 Bacteria Fig 2.3 Bacterial Shapes 2.4 Viruses Fig 2.5 Structure of a virus 2.6 Fungi 2.7 Parasites 3.0 Pathogenic Environment 4.0 What is disease. 4.1 How disease spreads 5.0 Conclusion References Pathogens and the spread of disease 1.1Introduction “Health depends on the body maintaining its internal harmony.” (The U205 Course Team, 1985) Health is a momentary condition of ones state of physical and mental well being....   [tags: Disease]

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Alzheimer 's Disease : The Disease

- Alzheimer’s: The Disease Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disorder that is found in older adults. One of the most famous American painters, Norman Rockwell, yielded to Alzheimer’s after a long and illustrious career. Interestingly enough, Rockwell’s (cited) paintings are now used sometimes in dementia therapy because of the memories and nostalgia they elicit. Can you imagine that one day the very thing you loved to do, would be helping others remember their lost memories and that you succumbed to that very same disease....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Acetylcholine, Donepezil]

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Alzheimer 's Disease As A Disease

- Alzheimer’s has been one of our most known diseases in America and could rapidly double by 2050. Alzheimer’s disease as of 2014 are showing signs dropping, “An American over age 60 today has a 44 percent lower chance of developing dementia than… people roughly 30 years ago (Marchione, 2015).” Alzheimer’s is a disease known as the loss of memory and important metal functions that have been learned over a lifetime. In 2010, Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the U.S. (Ault, 2015)” Alzheimer’s is know to last for years and could also become a lifetime disease....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Acetylcholine]

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The Disease Of Alzheimer 's Disease

- Introduction Alzheimer’s disease is a cognitive disorder characterized by progressive loss of the memory and physical function in humans. It is the most common cause of loss of memory especially in old age. The Alzheimer 's disease onset is slow with symptoms appearing as early as 10 years before the full diagnosis. This condition derived its name from the scientist who first described it, Alois Alzheimer. Alois Alzheimer was a pathologist of German descent who also practiced psychiatric medicine....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Brain, Neuron]

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Hemophilia: A Bleeding Disease

- According to the Gale Encyclopedia of Nursing and Allied Health, hemophilia also spelled haemophilia, is a genetic disorder of the mechanism of blood clotting that is usually inherited (Fallon 1276). The symptoms of this disease can range from mild to severe which makes prognosis very difficult to determine. Sylvia Mader says, “Hemophilia is called the bleeder’s disease because the affected person’s blood either does not clot or clots very slowly” (489). Hemophilia is a rare genetic disease that affects 1 in 5,000 male births while about 400 babies with hemophilia are born each year (“CDC”)....   [tags: Disease ]

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Somalia's Growing Disease Crisis

- Roughly 40 years ago, the blue-green waters along with a strong Mediterranean resemblance, once made Somalia, particularly Mogadishu, the country’s capital, a bustling tourist haven. Mogadishu was considered one the cleanest and safest cities in Africa. Sadly, the Somalia of yesterday is no more. Today, Somalia is considered one the world’s worst humanitarian disasters. Presently, hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced from their homes and are suffering from starvation and disease. Two major factors are contributing toward Somalia growing disease crisis; drought and civil war....   [tags: Disease ]

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Disease Report on Scabies

- Disease Report on Scabies Scabies is a very unpleasant skin disease to acquire. This disease is also known as the human itch mite. In the medical field, it is known as Sarcoptes scabiei var hominis. Scabies have been around for centuries. Scabies was first documented in a letter written by Dr. Giovan Cosimo Bonomo on July, 18, 1687, to Francesco Redi2. This letter provided the first accurate presentation of the mite, with detailed drawings of its appearance. In this letter, Dr. Bonomo stated that “the sarcoptes scabiei could be transmitted by direct contact, and it stuck to almost everything.” Dr....   [tags: Disease]

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Disease Report on Scabies

- Disease Report on Scabies The causal agent of the scabies is sarcoptes scabiei var.hominis. The human itch mite is in the class arachnidan family Sarcoptidae, subclass Acari. The mites burrow under the epidermis of the skin, and never go below the stratum corneum. Other races of scabies may cause infestations in other animals of which humans may contact with a temporary itching due to dermatitis; but they do not multiply in the human host. (http://www.cdc.gov/scabies/) The history of scabies was written in a letter written by Dr.Giovan Cosimo Bonomo to Francesco Redi2 on July 18, 1687, is the first accurate description of the mite with a very accurate drawing of its appearance....   [tags: Disease]

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Glycogen Storage Disease Type II

- Glycogen storage disease Type II, also known as Pompe disease and Acid maltase deficiency, is a rare autosomal recessive disorder that results from the deficiency of the enzyme acid α-glucosidase (Ibrahim 1). This deficiency results in the accumulation of glycogen in certain organs and tissues, especially muscles, impairing their ability to function normally. The disease is classified by the time of onset: classic infantile onset and non-classic late onset (Van Der Beek 82). Pompe disease was named after the Dutch pathologist Dr....   [tags: Disease]

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The Disease Of Alzheimer 's Disease

- Alzheimer disease, sources and warning sings, explanation of sickness as an intellect breakdown. Cognitive and intellectual is one of the Alzheimer’s disease forms in other words known Dementia. Dementia disease kills brain cells, which can weaken tissues in all parts of the brain cells slowly over times to affect person’s ability to perform daily common work. For example, remembering things, directions, past memories etc. Onset of the disorder: Frist of all, offset of Alzheimer’s are unknown while scientist argue that the Alzheimer might accuse due to heritable genes or the affect of environment while over 4 million people are suffering from this deadly disease....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Neuron, Brain, Acetylcholine]

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The Disease Of Alzheimer 's Disease

- “Alzheimer 's disease is a progressive, degenerative disorder that attacks the brain 's nerve cells, or neurons, resulting in loss of memory, thinking and language skills, and behavioral changes (“About Alzheimers”).” This is a disease that occurs mainly in the elderly, around ages 65 and up. This disease clogs the brain with a plaque like protein called beta amyloid. Also created neurofibrillary tangles that are composed of tau protein and build up in nerve cells. The plaque forms around neurons (“About Alzheimers”)....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Neuron, Beta amyloid]

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Celiac Disease And The Disease

- Many foods we eat contain a common ingredient called gluten. Gluten is a protein that binds ingredients together and gives food its texture. About 1% of the United State’s population has an autoimmune disease called celiac disease. This percentage does not include those who are undiagnosed, wheat sensitive, or misdiagnosed. Celiac disease causes severe symptoms to the person when gluten is ingested. Therefore, the only way to treat it is to maintain a strictly ‘gluten-free’ regime. Maintaining this lifestyle is extremely difficult....   [tags: Gluten-free diet, Coeliac disease]

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Alzheimer 's Disease And The Disease

- “Alzheimer 's disease is a brain disease in which damaged and dying brain cells cause mental deterioration over a period of time” (“Alzheimer’s Disease,” 2015). This disease has affected millions of families all across the world, and it is a disease where patients become worse as time goes on. The cause of Alzheimer’s seems to be the buildup of amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles, while some cases are also linked to genetics (“Alzheimer’s Disease,” 2015). These changes in the brain alter the personality and behavior of the individual....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Neuron, Brain, Human brain]

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Paget's Bone Disease

- Abstract- In order to study the gene mutation that is supposed to cause Paget’s Bone Disease researchers had to have viable candidates to host the gene mutation. They found the best candidate to host the gene mutation in mice so they implanted the gene mutation in embryos of mice offspring. The researchers hypothesized that p62P394L is sufficient to induce PDB, especially since the p62 gene is responsible for encoding 62 kDa protein which functions in signaling osteoclast precursors. Results were found by fixing the first through fifth lumbar vertebra of four, eight, and twelve month old homozygote, heterozygote and WT littermates in 10% buffered formalin for 24- 48 hours....   [tags: Disease]

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Infectious Disease Epidemics

- Throughout human history disease has been linked to many facets of life and even the rise and fall of entire civilizations. Biological, social, political and economic forces have all influenced how the outbreak of disease is handled. Epidemics have altered history in how they have developed and the impact that they have had. In turn, epidemic management has been influenced by history and governments as humans have learned to cope with outbreaks and the social and political implications that result from them....   [tags: Disease ]

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Tay Sachs Disease

- Tay Sachs is an incurable genetic disease that affects the central nervous system. It is a rare disorder that occurs chiefly in infants and children, especially those of the Jewish heritage. It is characterized by a red spot in the retina, paralysis, gradual blindness, and loss of muscle movement. Tay Sachs can only be inherited, which means it is passed from parents to child only. The process begins in the fetus, very early in pregnancy. However, the disease does not become physically apparent until the child is several months old....   [tags: Disease]

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Sickle Cell Disease

- 1.1. Background on Sickle Cell Disease Sickle cell disease is a disease that is most prevalent in people of African descent along with people of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern origin. This disease is known to affect about 70, 000 Americans and about 2 million people carry the trait (meaning that, they carry a single gene mutation). Sickle Cell Disease is an autosomal recessive genetic disease that occurs due to a mutation in the β-globin gene of hemoglobin. Autosomal meaning that it is not linked to a sex chromosome, so either parent can pass on the gene to their child....   [tags: Disease]

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Parkinson 's Disease Is A Serious Disease

- Have you or anyone in your family experienced unusual tremors in your head or any part of your body. Has moving become harder everyday. Do you feel your bones stiffen and feel as if your unbalanced. If so then you may be experiencing the intial effects of Parkinson’s disease. Originally called “Shaking Palsy” due to body tremors, Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological disorder of the central nervous system that affects movement. Named by Dr. James Parkinson, Parkinson’s disease is a very serious disease....   [tags: Parkinson's disease, Dopamine]

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Alzheimer 's Disease Is A Neurodegenerative Disease

- Title of Essay Chase Bergin Wharton County Junior College January 4th, 2016 Abstract Title of Essay Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease that results in memory loss and a decrease in cognitive functions. It is the most prevalent form of dementia worldwide. The disease was first described by Dr. Alois Alzheimer, a German neuropathologist and psychiatrist in 1906. He had a patient who had been experiencing memory loss, difficulty speaking, and atypical behavior....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Neuron, Cognition]

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Diverticular Disease: What is the difference between diverticulosis and diverticulitis?

- When pockets develop in the wall of the colon, this is called diverticulosis. The pockets that form are called diverticula; the pockets pick up fecal matter as the body’s waste is propelled through the colon. Diverticulosis and diverticulitis are classified as diverticular disease. The main difference between diverticulosis and diverticulitis is that there is no inflammation, and with the second there is. Approximately 80 percent of the individuals who have been diagnosed with diverticulosis never advance to the more serious condition, diverticulitis....   [tags: Disease]

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Alzheimer 's Disease : A Progressive Disease

- Throughout the lifespan of a human being, your body will only continue to grow and deteriorate as time progresses. From the moment you take your first steps, to the moment where you take your last, your body and mind are constantly going through developments, good or bad. However, imagine as you get older, you start to forget the people you cherished, you start to forget the places you lived, you start to forget the memories you once had, and worst of all, you start to forget who you are yourself....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Neuron, Brain]

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Lyme disease: An Emerging Infectious Disease

- Disease and Pathology Lyme disease, or lyme borreliosis, is an emerging infectious disease transmitted by ticks. Lyme disease is considered an emerging infectious disease because it’s incidence has increased over the past 20 years, and it was not identified until 1975 in the United States (CITE). Lyme disease is the most commonly reported vector-borne disease in the United States. Lyme disease causes symptoms similar to that of influenza, and includes headache, chills, fever, lethargy, and muscle pain in the initial stages....   [tags: Disease, Pathology, Symptoms]

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Infectious Diseases ( Infectious Disease )

- Infectious diseases are the disorders caused by organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasite who live both inside and outside our bodies and are normally helpful but can cause infectious diseases to the human (body) system under certain conditions. And for a disease to be infectious, there is what is called ‘’chain of infection’’ that takes place before. And this can be seen in the below diagram: Chain of Infection Diagram 1. This chain of infection develops when each link connects to the other....   [tags: Infectious disease, Epidemiology, Infection]

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Infectious Diseases : Infectious Disease

- 522 Infectious Disease Project Rush Royals Natalia Rich, Amy Richards, Ryan Rickley, Brianne Riley, and Nicole Roehrig Identify the components of the Chain of Infection and specify Modes of Transmission to the development of the following infectious diseases: Ebola, Legionnaire’s Disease, Toxic Shock Syndrome. For each disease, identify the methods of “breaking” the chain of infection. (This section may not exceed 3000 words) Ebola Disease Description Ebola virus was first discovered in 1976 in Africa near the Ebola River Valley; this rare virus causes hemorrhagic fever and has been active in that region resulting in mortality rates of up to 90% (Sullivan, Yang, & Nabel, 2003)....   [tags: Infection, Infectious disease, Bacteria]

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The Horrible Disease Of Alzheimer 's Disease

- The horrible feeling of forgetting a coworker’s or an acquaintance’s name may be one of the most frustrating things a person can experience. This is a fact that many patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s face on a reoccurring basis. Loss of memory is a common part of the aging process and is sometimes referred to as dementia. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and is not reversible in this day and age. In fact, 60 to 80 percent of dementia cases are Alzheimer’s and in 2015 more than 5.1 million cases age 65 or older were reported (Alzheimer’s Association, 2016)....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Traumatic brain injury]

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Dementia Is Not A Disease

- Many ordinary people have the wrong idea about a condition seen in elderly individuals. To many people, dementia is thought to be a disease that affects the memory of elderly people. They think it is irreversible and inevitable, that it is something the majority of people will face as they get older. Many people also confuse delirium with dementia. Delirium can be caused by illness, malnutrition, or medication, as can dementia, however, delirium describes a person who is less alert, drowsy, and restless, while dementia talks about someone who is fully awake, but still having problems with cognitive functioning....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Traumatic brain injury]

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Celiac Disease

- Celiac Disease is an inflammatory disease that destroys the lining of the small intestines and prevents the absorption of nutrients and vitamins into the system. The patients' health suffers; their digestive system is unable to process gluten foods that contain wheat, barley, and oats. The cause of this disease is unknown; however, environmental factors and a genetic predisposition are suspected. Destructive proteins that contain an abundance of proline and glutamine and the amino acid sequences Pro-Ser-Gln-Gln and Gln-Gln-Gln-Pro) are involved....   [tags: Disease ]

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Huntington's Disease

- Huntington's Disease Huntington's disease is an autosomal dominant disorder, which is found on the # 4 chromosome. George Huntington discovered it in 1872. It mainly has an effect on the nervous system. There are around 210,000 bases between D4S180 and D4S127. The disease itself is found in 2% of people in their childhood, and in 5% of the people they were older then 60. (Miller p 16) In the majority of the affected people the disease is detected between the ages of 35-45. In males the disease begins around the time of their childhood....   [tags: Disease]

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Infectious Diseases : Infectious Disease

- Infectious World Diseases Each year it is estimated that 56 million people die worldwide from infectious diseases. The three leading infectious diseases that have evolved through the years are AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis. These diseases continue to cause thousands of deaths each year as these killers are silent, but very deadly. An Epidemic is, “An outbreak of a disease or illness that spreads rapidly among individuals in an area or population at the same time” (“The Definition of Epidemic”)....   [tags: Tuberculosis, Infectious disease, Malaria, HIV]

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The Center for Disease Control and Bioterrorism

- The Center of Disease Control and Prevention has an emergency awareness and response page based off of a zombie apocalypse to help inform people on how they should be ready if a major emergency were to occur. The CDC has a range of research and information from heart disease to the worst, infectious, disease-causing agents. The CDC also shares information about how to prepare and what to do if a bioterrorism attack or pandemic were to occur. The Center of Disease and Control is a diversified government organization that has the main purpose of protecting the public against the serious threats of bioterrorism and dangerous pandemics....   [tags: Disease, Disorders]

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Sickle Cell Disease : A Type Of Disease

- What comes to your mind when you hear “sickle cell disease”. The one thing that comes to my mind when I hear sickle cell disease is that it’s a type of disease where the cells in the human body are sick, but that’s sort of a way to put it. Sickle cell disease is a disease in which a group of disorders cause red blood cells to become misshaped and broken down which may cause pain. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine it states that sickle cell disease is a group of disorders that affects hemoglobin, the molecule in red blood cells that delivers oxygen to cells throughout the body....   [tags: Red blood cell, Blood, Sickle-cell disease]

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The R72P Polymorphism in the TP53 Gene is a Modifier of Age at Onset of Huntington’s Disease

- Huntington’s Disease (HD) is a devastating neurodegenerative disorder of the central nervous system characterized by involuntary movements, progressive cognitive impairment and neuropsychiatric symptoms.[1] The disease follows an autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance with a prevalence of 1/10 000 among individuals of European descent.[2] The mutation underlying the disease is the abnormal expansion of the CAG repeat block in exon1 of the IT15 gene.[3] Four CAG repeat size intervals associated with varying disease risk were established....   [tags: Disease ]

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Protease Therapy of Celiac Disease

- Introduction One percent of the human population and one in two hundred Americans are affected by celiac disease (Helms, 2005; Lerner, 2009; Stanford researchers, 2002). This affliction is a genetic disorder that results from the body’s inability to break down gluten, a protein composite substance, in agricultural products such as wheat, rye, and barley (Hausch, Shan, Santiago, Gray & Khosla, 2002; Helms, 2005; Lerner, 2009; Siegel et al., 2006; Shan et al., 2002; Stanford researchers, 2002; Stepniak et al., 2006)....   [tags: Disease, Disorders]

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Botulism: An Emerging Infectious Disease

- The disease, botulism, which is caused by Clostridium botulinium, is an emerging infectious disease. Clostridium botulinium is a bacterium that produces a neurotoxin that causes botulism. The bacterium is spore-forming, and anaerobic, meaning it does not need oxygen to grow. There are three main types of illnesses that Clostridium botulinium typically cause: Food-borne botulism, infant botulism, and wound botulism. Unbeknownst to common knowledge, infant botulism is the most common form of the disease, consisting of seventy-five percent of the reported cases of the disease (Chan-Tack, & Bartlett, 2010)....   [tags: Disease/Disorders]

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Cattle, Disease Prevention Is Vital

- When it comes to cattle, disease prevention is vital due to the fact that beef is one of the largest food sources in the world. There are many different diseases that can affect bovine. Most of them can be treated, but not all. With new advances in medicine and technology, farmers and veterinarians now have the power to prevent these diseases from breaking out instead of waiting until their cattle are infected and dying. There are multiple ways farmers can avoid the initial infection and use effective methods to prevent diseases from infecting the rest of their herd....   [tags: Infectious disease, Infection, Cattle, Disease]

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Is Dementia A Single Disease?

- What if one day you were unable to recall what you had previously experienced. Surrounded by people who refer to you by a name that has no meaning to you, confused by the gibberish spoken by others. How would you cope with not knowing what this so called “family” of yours is. [1] According to the World Health Organization this is a reality to roughly 47 million people. [1] Dementia is a grouping of disease in which there is a deterioration in memory, thinking, behaviour and the ability to perform everyday activities....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Parkinson's disease]

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Symptoms And Symptoms Of Alzheimer 's Disease

- Dementia is the word that is used often times to describe conditions that cause memory loss. This is very fitting as it comes from the Latin word demens which means without mind. It has a long history, dating back to the days of the ancient Egyptians. The Egyptian people realized that aging and memory loss could coincide. During the 1st century AD chronic and acute neurologic disorders were included in writings. Chronic disorders was dementia and acute disorders were considered delirium. Delirium was recognized as reversal but dementia was permanent (Boller, 1998, pp 125-126)....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease]

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Symptoms And Symptoms Of Alzheimer 's Disease

- Dementia is a broad term used to describe conditions that cause memory loss. This is very fitting as it comes from the Latin word demens which means without mind. It has a long history, dating back to the days of the ancient Egyptians. The Egyptian people realized that aging and memory loss often coincided. During the 1st century AD chronic and acute neurologic disorders were recognized. Chronic disorders were dementia and acute disorders were considered delirium. Delirium was curable, but dementia was permanent (Boller, 1998, pp 125-126)....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease]

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High Risk With Obtaining An Infectious Disease

- As a third-world country, Haiti is definitely one of the few countries that is at high risk with obtaining an infectious disease. Their health is dependent on how much access they have to education, employment, and welfare. They do not have the proper equipment to live a normal life. Haiti has a population of 10 million people, but lack the resources to sustain a proper lifestyle due to lack of healthcare. 1 out of 4000 people in Haiti become doctors and this leads to a shortage of doctors which hinders healthcare development (Follo, 2012)....   [tags: Infectious disease, Disease, Epidemiology]

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Alzheimer 's Disease And Its Effects On The Disease

- In 1901, Alois Alzheimer first discovered the pathologic hallmarks of the disease that is named after him while treating a woman with progressive memory loss (Shampo, Kyle & Steensma, 2013). Over a century later, Alzheimer’s disease makes up 66 percent of dementia cases in the USA (Dalvi, 2012) and is found in over 25 million people across the globe, making it the most common neurodegenerative disease in the world (Cipriani, Dolciotti, Picchi & Bonuccelli, 2010). Although there is currently no known cure for the destructive disease, there are treatments to slow down its process and research continues to examine possible ways to prevent, delay, and better treat the disease....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Neurology, Oxygen]

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Alzheimer 's Disease And The Disease Of The United States

- Alzheimer’s disease also known as senile dementia. This incurable, degenerative, terminal disease was first described by a German psychiatrist and neuropathologist Alois Alzheimer in 1906 and was named after him. Alzheimer 's disease (AD) is a slowly progressive disease of the brain that is characterized by impairment of memory and eventually by disturbances in reasoning, planning, language, and perception. It is a progressive disease that cannot really be prevented. It is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Neurology]

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The Krabbe Disease

- Krabbe Disease According to the website ‘Genetic Home Reference’, Krabbe disease, that affects the nervous system; and According to Kugler (2013) it usually affects an estimate of only 1 in 100,000 people worldwide which makes it very rare. Krabbe disease is also part of leukodystrophies, a group of disorders resulting from demyelination or the loss of myelin. It is caused by the insufficient amount of galactosylceramidase, which needed to make myelin. Myelin is the substance that is surrounding and protecting the nerve fibers....   [tags: nervous system, degenerative disease]

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Stress and Cardiovascular Disease

- Although gross medical advancements have allowed the human population to live longer and fuller lives without the threat of death from infectious diseases, it is apparent that we are now dealing with a different phenomenon that may be just as harmful to our health. The impact of psychological, social and environmental factors from our daily lives is having a drastic impression on the mental and physical wellbeing of our society. It has been shown in various studies that psychological and neurological factors influence the immune system and can have an effect on our health (Breedlove, Rosenzweig & Watson, 2010)....   [tags: Heart Disease ]

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An Overview of Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

- Alzheimer’s Disease Dementia Intro/Overview Section of Disease Paper “Horribly tragic, scary, slow, sad, maddening, etc.” These are words some would use when asked what Alzheimer’s/dementia is. This answer is common to those who have watched loved ones suffer from this disease that ultimately lead to their passing. As defined in McGraw Hill Medical Dictionary, Alzheimer’s Disease is a ‘progressive neurologic disease of the brain that causes irreversible loss of neurons and eventual dementia characterized by loss of memory, impairment of judgment, decision making, language use, and awareness of surroundings’(pg....   [tags: Alzheimer's Disease Essays]

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Alzheimer 's Disease : An Incurable Brain Disease

- Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer’s disease is an untreatable brain disease that damages a person’s memory, thinking, and other abilities. It is the most common form of Dementia is people age 65 and over, affecting 5.1 million Americans this year. Alzheimer’s beings attacking the brain long before symptoms become noticeable, and as time progresses, the disease gets worse and patients begin to lose more functions. Contrary to popular belief, Alzheimer’s is not a normal part of aging. However, the likelihood of developing the disease increases with age....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Brain, Neurology]

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Parkinson 's Disease : A Progressive Neurodegenerative Disease

- Parkinson’s Disease Introduction Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that mainly affects the elderly, but can also be prevalent in younger generations (“Parkinson’s Disease Foundation,” n.d.). It affects the region of the brain that controls movement, called the substantia nigra (“Parkinson’s Disease Foundation,” n.d.), due to degeneration of dopaminergic neurons in that brain region (“NINDS”, 2015). As the disease progresses, the supply of dopamine that is produced by the brain continues to decrease, leading to the inability of the individual to control their movements (“Parkinson’s Disease Foundation,” n.d.)....   [tags: Parkinson's disease, Dopamine, Basal ganglia]

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Alzheimer 's Disease : A Fatal Neurocognitive Disease

- Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth deadliest killer in the United States and is a form of dementia. Ultimately, Alzheimer’s is a fatal neurocognitive disease that leads to physical and psychological death, and is currently incurable. Many different cognitive processes begin to decline in neurocognitive disorders, such as “memory and learning, attention, visual perception, planning and decision making, language disorders,” the main cognitive function that is impaired in this case (485). It usually occurs after the age of 65, and sometimes begins during one’s 70s and 80s, and sometimes occurs with depression....   [tags: Cognition, Psychology, Brain, Alzheimer's disease]

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Parkinson Disease : A Disease That Affects The Central Nervous System

- Parkinson Disease Jennifer Webb 6-16-2015 Mr. Nowicki’s Care of the Adult II Brown Mackie College   Parkinson Disease is a disease that affects the central nervous system. Each year 50,000 – 60,000 people are diagnosed with this progressive disease. The CDC stated that Parkinson Disease (PD) is the 14th leading cause of death in the United States and worldwide there are about six million people who suffer from the disease (National Parkinson Foundation, 2015). While there are surgical and non-surgical interventions as well as many effective drugs to treat PD, there is no cure....   [tags: Parkinson's disease, Dopamine, Substantia nigra]

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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease : A Closer Look Into The Disease

- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: A Closer Look into the Disease Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a painful disease both physically and emotionally. PID is caused by bacteria in the vaginal canal that is most commonly the result of two sexually transmitted infections, chlamydia and gonorrhea. Determining if one has the infection is challenging due to the sometimes nonexistent symptoms, however, if PID is not treated, the bacteria will is severely damage the female reproduction organs which can cause infertility and ectopic pregnancy (“University of Maryland Medical Center”, 2014)....   [tags: Pelvic inflammatory disease, Chlamydia infection]

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What Is Crohn 's Disease?

- What is Crohn’s Disease – Aimee Rouski Inspired Published on June 5, 2016 in Health What is Crohn 's Disease. After seeing the recent post by Aimee Rouski on facebook. I became curious about Crohn 's Disease. I had little to no knowledge of the disease, and had heard little about it. In this article I will share my research into Symptoms of Chrons, Chrons Diet, and Medicine for Crohns. When searching the internet for information about Crohn 's Disease, I realized that there were many different terms that people used when they wanted to know about Crohn 's Disease....   [tags: Crohn's disease, Ulcerative colitis]

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ALS- The Terrible Disease without a Cure

- Compared to diseases such as cancer or heart disease, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), affects very few people, only about 20,000-30,000 people in the United States (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, 2013) and 2,500-3,000 in Canada (ALS Canada, 2013). It is responsible for about 2 deaths of every 100,000 people. Yet, ALS, often referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease, is relatively well known across the population. Why is this. One of the reasons certainly has to do with the name Lou Gehrig, a famous baseball superstar who had to suddenly retire in 1939 due to ALS and then passed away shortly after....   [tags: health, disease]

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The Death Of Alzheimer 's Disease

- The loss of a loved one is one of the most difficult events in life that everybody, inevitably, has to face. Some may experience this tragedy in different forms besides death. Alzheimer’s disease is one prime example. Anybody has the possibility to be affected by this illness which causes major memory loss and confusion, but the effect on family and friends is one which can be life changing. With time a cure may be found, but currently there are no permanent solutions. “Alzheimer 's disease is a progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Wandering]

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Searching for the Cure for Alzheimer's Disease

- The human brain is a remarkable organ, complex chemical and electrical processes take place within our brains. They let us speak, move, see, feel emotions and make decisions. Inside a normal healthy brain billions of cells called neurons constantly communicate with one another.Healthy neurotransmission is important for the brain to function well. Alzheimer's disease destroys memory and thinking skills over time by compromising the ability of neurons to communicate with one another (Jannis).The disease triggers as two abnormal protein fragments called plaques and tangles accumulate in hippocampus, the part of the brain where memory first formed, and destroy brain cells....   [tags: Alzheimer's Disease Essays]

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The Disease Of Health And Welfare

- In 2015, dementia was the seconding leading cause of mortality in Australia. An estimated 342,800 people are suffering from the disease, and that figure is anticipated to increase to around 900,000 by 2050. Currently, there is no known cure for dementia but are we potently putting ourselves at risk of developing this debilitating disease. While we cannot change our age, family history or genetic susceptibility, there is increasing evidence from epidemiologic studies that indicate that environmental factors like obesity, smoking, alcohol use and exposure to pesticides, especially in midlife, can dramatically increase a person 's risk of developing Alzheimer 's disease and dementia....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Neurology]

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Caring for a Person with Alzheimer's Disease

- Definition of the Problem The sixth leading cause of death in the United States, Alzheimer’s disease afflicts approximately 5.2 million persons age 65 and over (Alzheimer's Association, 2012). Rapid growth of the older population as the Baby Boomer generation ages will cause unprecedented increases in the number of individuals with Alzheimer’s. It is estimated that by 2025 the number of Wisconsin residents with Alzheimer’s age 65 and older will increase by 30% to a projected total of 127,000 (Alzheimer's Association, 2012)....   [tags: Alzheimer's Disease Essays]

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The American Perception Of A Disease

- The American perception of a disease varies based on domestic presence; treatment by society, especially the media; and the intensity of physically-manifested symptoms as shown by Ebola, HIV/AIDS, and polio. These three factors, although not the only factors that affect reaction to a disease or disease outbreak, are the three most influential and prominent variables. In Ebola, sparse physical domestic presence, sensationalist pop culture, and macabre symptoms worked together to create a divided reaction among the American people: either panic or apathy....   [tags: Epidemiology, Infectious disease]

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Alzheimer's Disease in the Elderly

- Alzheimer is a disease that affects the elderly most. The disease was discovered by Dr. Alois Alzheimer in the year 1906 when he was examining a female’s brain. He found out that the woman displayed memory loss, language problems and some inexplicable changes in behavior. The disease was named after the doctor who was a German psychiatrist and a neuropathologist. Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disorder that leads to memory loss, personality changes, and language problems (Gilbert & Julie 2)....   [tags: Alzheimer's Disease Essays]

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Alzheimer’s Disease and the Symptoms

- ... People with the disease are also prone to having delusions, loss of inhibitions, and withdrawing socially. The causes of Alzheimer’s disease is unknown but scientists do know that Alzheimer’s is not a normal part of aging and the majority of people with this disease are sixty-five or older. Although it is most common in the elderly, up to five percent of Alzheimer’s patients are in the mid to late thirties and forties. Scientists also believe that Alzheimer’s disease is a result from someone’s environment, lifestyle, and certain genetic factors that affect the brain in abnormal ways over time....   [tags: memory, behavior, health, disease]

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Huntignton's Disease or Huntignton's Chorea

- Huntington’s disease, or Huntington’s chorea, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease of the central nervous system that is genetically inherited through an autosomal dominant trait. (Webster) It is caused by a mutation on the huntingtin protein where the CAG repeat region is elongated. CAG is responsible for coding glutamine. This mutation causes many devastating effects and is ultimately fatal. There is no known cure. The disease results in many symptoms, including chorea, which is characterized by irregular and involuntary movement of the body....   [tags: progressive neurodegenerative disease]

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Alzheimer 's Is A Disease

- Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s is a disease which causes people to have trouble focusing, doing normal day activities, feeling confused, having mood swings, being lost, they occasionally have physical problems, and trouble communicating (Understanding Alzheimer 's Disease: the Basics, 2015). With this disease, it is extremely tough on the person with the disease, but also for the people around them as well. For an example, when the diseased person is having a tough time remembering things that day, the person who is taking care of them has to find a way to help them come back to it....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Neuron, Acetylcholine]

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A Briefing of Huntington's Disease

- Huntington’s disease is one the most overwhelming disorder throughout the medical history. It is a genetic disorder that is caused by an altered gene inherited by a parent that affects the brain. It affects the part of the brain that controls thinking, emotions and movement. This can cause unsteady and uncontrollable movement in the hands, feet and face. Abnormal movements such as walking, talking and swallowing are greatly affected by this disease. In 1872, Doctor George Huntington wrote an essay on chorea which described how Huntington’s disorder gains its name....   [tags: genetic disease affecting the brain]

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Cardiovascular Disease, An Inherited Killer

- An inherited killer, Cardiovascular disease is quite devastating. In my own experience it has affected my family greatly. From medical bills to lost sleep cardiovascular disease can destroy a family. Though my own has stuck together, we have lost so much to this disease. Cardiovascular disease is an inheritant disease. It runs in families and blood lines. It’s common name is heart disease. It clogs up the arteries and can cause a heart attack. Also the disease can clog arteries to the brain causing a serious stroke....   [tags: heart, arteries, disease]

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Symptoms Of Alzheimer 's Disease

- Appreciating Alzheimer’s Disease The Alzheimer’s disease was discovered and named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer. The cause of Alzheimer’s disease is unknown but certain features have been identified. This disease has different stages mild, moderate and advanced. As it relates to people with early-onset Alzheimer’s, a genetic mutation is usually the mainspring. People who have the Late-onset Alzheimer’s originates from a complicated series of brain changes that occur over a long period of time. Current drug treatments are given to slow down the cognitive damage temporally....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Neuron, Dementia]

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Children with Sickle Cell Disease

- Interventions for Children with Sickle Cell Disease Children with Sickle Cell Disease According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), sickle cell disease (SCD) affects millions of people worldwide and predominantly affects descendants from sub-Saharan Africa, South and Central America, the Caribbean, Saudi Arabia, India; and the Mediterranean. Sickle cell disease is a genetic disorder of the red blood cells where the red blood cells comprises of predominantly hemoglobin S, an abnormal type of hemoglobin (2011)....   [tags: interventions, center for disease control]

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Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease Treatments

- Immunotherapy is defined as the “treatment of disease by inducing, enhancing, or suppressing an immune response” (Dictionary.com 2009). Immunotherapies are divided into two categories: activation immunotherapies and suppression immunotherapies. Immunotherapy is currently being tested on humans for its effects on Cancer, various allergies, and Alzheimer's Disease. Human testing began in 2013 and is still not widely used, although studies suggest that early treatment may have more significant positive results....   [tags: Alzheimer's Disease Essays]

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Tuberculosis : An Infectious Disease

- Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Infectious Disease – The Never-ending Threat). It is acquired by inhalation and is spreadable. The City of Toronto in accordance with Toronto Public Health have in place different specialty teams in regards to Tuberculosis (TB) who work together to provide support for individuals with TB as well as their families and to help prevent the spread of TB in Toronto (City of Toronto). Specifically, Toronto Public Health has a designated homeless and corrections team who manage TB disease and infection within the homeless/under-housed and corrections populations....   [tags: Tuberculosis, Infectious disease, Epidemiology]

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Rising Incidence of Alzheimer's Disease

- Alzheimer’s disease is the most common dementia that destroys brain cells and causes problems with memory, thinking and behaviour. According to recent statistics (Alzheimer's Association, 2010), Alzheimer’s is the 7th-leading cause of death in the USA with the number of people suffering from AD only in America over 5.3 million. It affects more women than men, causing differences in symptoms depending on gender. There is no cure which can guarantee a recovery for diseased people to date. However, more possible cures exist for diseased females....   [tags: Alzheimer's Disease Essays]

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The Relation Infectious Diseases And Its Effects On Infectious Disease Prevention, Detection, And Treatment

- Introduction: In the United States today, many aspects of health are very segregated. This form of separation is referred to as silos. Animal, human, and environmental health are separated into these silos. Experts in these fields rarely work together or collaborate. The majority of research, funding, and resources are separated in to the three disciplines. The solution to this issue is the concept of “One Health”. One Health acknowledges the connectivity of all aspects of health. By working together, it is possible to detect outbreaks of disease earlier and save many more lives....   [tags: Infectious disease, Epidemiology, Disease]

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Malaria is a Deadly Disease

- Malaria is a Deadly Disease Malaria is a disease and deadly infection that is most common in hot and tropical areas of the world. It can also happen in temperate climates, specially in the stagnant water in the canals where the mosquitoes can stay. Malaria is an ancient organisms and has infected humans since the beginning of human race (Davis). The term name “mal aria” as in meaning “bad air” in Italian and was first used in 1740 in English by Walpole (Davis). This was combined to “malaria” in 1880 and the parasite was first identified in human blood (Davis)....   [tags: Infection, Temperate Climates, Disease]

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Gene Therapy to Prevent Disease

- Gene therapy is an innovative approach to treating and preventing disease (for example: cancer, viral infections, etc.), by replacing a mutated gene with a healthy copy of that same gene. The mere concept of gene therapy was first introduced to the scientific community in the early 1960’s and 1970’s, however it is still in its infancy1 as a medical practice. This technique is experimental and is not yet widely practiced yet in modern medicine because its efficacy is still being thoroughly worked on and investigated....   [tags: Treatment, prevention, Disease, Genes]

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Diagnosis Of Alzheimer 's Disease

- Have you ever forgotten something like where you put your keys or to pick up shampoo from the store. How would you feel if all of sudden you couldn’t remember newly learned things. This is what happens with Alzheimer’s patients, they have trouble remembering things they have just learned. There are several different things that someone who may be developing Alzheimer’s should be aware of. Alzheimer’s disease is named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer. In 1906, Dr. Alzheimer noticed changes in the brain tissue of a woman who had died of an unusual mental illness....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Brain, Psychology]

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Leptospirosis : A Bacterial Disease

- Leptospirosis Leptospirosis is disease that is seen worldwide in both humans and animals. Leptospirosis can affect most mammals and has a multitude of clinical signs or symptoms and has varying degrees of infectivity. It can be tricky to diagnose, can be fatal, and has the potential of infecting humans. Leptospirosis is a disease that is becoming increasingly prominent in the world and has even been causing epidemics in countries because it is frequently misunderstood. For these reasons alone it is vital to know how to help diagnose, treat, and prevent this disease in our veterinary patients....   [tags: Infection, Infectious disease, Bacteria]

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Climate Change And Infectious Disease

- I found your article titled “Climate Change and Infectious Disease” to be insightful and provide depth on the issue of climate change. Climate change might not have seemed to raise concern in the past or have an impact on the profession of nursing, but can we say that is the case today. In your article, you identified not only the issue with climate change, but its impact on human health and how it leads to the spread of infectious disease. My objective of writing this letter to you is to support this article and relate it to how it impacts nursing....   [tags: Medicine, Infectious disease, Epidemiology]

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Diagnosis Of Parkinson 's Disease

- Overall explanation Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative brain disorder that develops slowly in most of the patients. Most of them can be alive for years after getting Parkinson’ disease. PD occurs because of a low level of dopamine inside the brain and people will find it difficult to move without dopamine. Currently, there is no specific method to cure Parkinson and nobody knows exactly about why it happens. PD will not cause people to die directly, but the condition will become severer with times.The rate of having Parkinson is 1/500 and most people get PD at the age of 50 but some get it earlier....   [tags: Parkinson's disease, Dopamine]

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Spanish Flu And Disease Prevention

- SPANISH FLU AND DISEASE PREVENTION: ISU ESSAY In the fall of 1918, a vicious and deadly virus quickly spread through the entirety of Canada, effecting many healthy young men and women. Killing close to 50 000 Canadians in a single year, the Spanish Influenza is considered to be one of the most fatal pandemics in Canadian history. In 1918, quarantines were not a new concept, but the quality and quantity of quarantines changed impressively during the fight against the Spanish flu. Unlike quarantines, vaccines were a completely new phenomenon; prior to the flu epidemic, there was almost no history of vaccines in Canada....   [tags: Infectious disease, Influenza, Pandemic]

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Soil Transmitted Helminths and Disease

- Soil-transmitted helminthes, also known as intestinal worm infections. It is one of the most common parasite infections in the world. These infections are most prevalent in tropical and sub tropical regions of the developed world where adequate water and sanitations are lacking. Recent estimate suggesting that A. lumbricoids infects 1,221 million people, T.trichuira 795 million, and hookworms 740 million (Desilva et., 2003). Chronic and intense soil transmitted helminthes can contribute to malnutrition and iron-deficiency anemia and also can adversely affect physical and mental growth in childhood (Drake et al.,2000.,Stephenson et al.,2000., Hotez et al.,2004)....   [tags: Disease, Health Education]

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Alzheimer's Disease: Symptoms and Causes

- Introduction Alzheimer’s is a disease that effects older people’s brains. It is usually not a part of aging. A long time ago, people would call memory loss hardening of the arteries. This paper talks more about Alzheimer’s, signs and symptoms, has the causes, treatment, and diagnosis. Description Alzheimer’s is a disease which makes people lose memory. Alzheimer’s can also be called dementia which is the same. Alzheimer makes people lose their memory and causes the loss of thinking skills of the nerves in a person’s brain to die....   [tags: Memory Loss, Disease]

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Dr. Alois Alzheimer 's Disease

- Dr. Alois Alzheimer made the decision to utilize what was a new staining technique on a sample from a deceased patient. The sample was of the patient’s cerebral cortex. Upon staining, he noted what appeared to be abnormal for the current findings. The nerve cells were bunched up, having the appearance of knots. Within these bunches of nerve cells were also what is now known as plaques. Later, in a medical journal, Dr. Alzheimer, discussed his hypothesis of the bundles and plaques being the cause for the patient’s memory loss (Tagarelli, 2006)....   [tags: Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Parkinson's disease]

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A Progressive Disease Of The Nervous System

- Description: “A progressive disease of the nervous system marked by tremor, muscular rigidity, and slow, imprecise movement, chiefly affecting middle-aged and elderly people. It is associated with degeneration of the basal ganglia of the brain and a deficiency of the neurotransmitter dopamine.” (Oxford Dictionary, 2014) Parkinson 's disease is a disorder of the nervous system. This disease progresses over time, and leads to shaking or tremors, and difficulty with walking, movement, and coordination....   [tags: Parkinson's disease, Dopamine, Basal ganglia]

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A Progressive Disease Of The Nervous System

- 150021 Description: “A progressive disease of the nervous system marked by tremor, muscular rigidity, and slow, imprecise movement, chiefly affecting middle-aged and elderly people. It is associated with degeneration of the basal ganglia of the brain and a deficiency of the neurotransmitter dopamine.” (Oxford Dictionary, 2014) Parkinson 's disease is a disorder of the nervous system. This disease progresses over time and leads to shaking or tremors and difficulty with walking, movement, and coordination....   [tags: Parkinson's disease, Dopamine, Basal ganglia]

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