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    Influenza Fever

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    Influenza Fever DUBLIN, Ireland--It seems as though this year is not a good year for people as we have the big war going on and at home, people are stuck with a disease that the doctors do not know how to make it stop spreading. The epidemic has reached a boiling point as everyone is affected by this disease and it does not matter whether the person lives in Dublin, Ireland or Frankfurt, Germany, the disease still spreads. People dreaded to hear that they have been infected by that disease,

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    typhoid fever

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    TYPHOID FEVER CONTENT Introduction Classification of bacteria Symptoms Transmission Diagnosis Prevention and Treatment Vaccination References Introduction Typhoid is a gram negative bacterial infection causing fever, rose spots in chest, abdomen and severe irritation in intestine. This disease is also called as gastric fever, nervous fever, slow fever, and abdominal typhus. The disease is transmitted through contaminated food or water with feces of an infected person

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    Roman Fever

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    Last Word When it comes to the art of conversation men and women employ different strategies when carrying on same sex conversations. In the short story “Roman Fever” by Edith Wharton, the two main characters appear to be having a battle of wits. While on holiday in Rome two people become reacquainted with each other. Both parties have lost their spouse. The dialogue opens with one speaker making light conversation. This person is simply making nonchalant statements, possibly seeking a reply with

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    Typhoid Fever

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    Typhoid Fever Introduction: Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection of the intestinal tract and occasionally the bloodstream, and is from the Salmonella species. Risk of infection is greatest for travellers to developing countries who will have prolonged exposure to potentially contaminated food and beverages. Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection of the intestinal tract and occasionally the bloodstream. Symptoms: Fever as high as 103° to 104° F (39° to 40° C). , Severe headache , Insomnia

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    MERS, but for centuries—before either of those diseases were born—Yellow Fever wreaked havoc as one of the most deadly and rapidly spreading diseases. Unlike many illnesses associated with age or weakness, Yellow Fever affects seemingly healthy people; mostly men who work outdoors especially in tropical environments (i.e. loggers, farmers, construction workers) (“Yellow Fever” Gale Encyclopedia). This is because yellow fever—a virus—is transmitted through the bite of a mosquito. Although it has been

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    Dengue Fever Essay

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    Introduction Dengue fever, also known as the “breakbone fever”, is a vector-borne viral disease endemic in tropic and subtropic regions, with around 100 million symptomatic new cases each year worldwide15. It is caused by any one of the four closely-related serotypes or viruses that is spread by multiple species of mosquitoes, in particular the Aedes aegypti 6,13. Signs and Symptoms The symptoms include high fever, severe headache, joint and muscle pain and a characteristic rash that resembles measles

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    Dengue Fever

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    also known as the breakbone fever. Transmitted by mosquitoes, the Dengue Virus causes rashes, headaches, and muscle pain. The hemorrhagic form of the virus may often cause death in the patient. WHAT IS DENGUE FEVER? (& Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever) Dengue is a disease transmitted to humans by infected mosquitoes. The potentially fatal disease is caused by a group of four viruses that are mosquito born. WHAT ARE THE FOUR DENGUE VIRUSES? Dengue and Dengue Fever are caused by one of four virus

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    Typhoid Fever

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    Typhoid Fever Typhoid fever is an intestinal illness, which can result in great suffering and even death. At first it was commonly confused with other fever causing illnesses until 1869 when William Jenner performed a careful analysis and found differences in the different types of typhus fevers. In this paper, I will discuss the bacteria that causes typhoid fever, discuss the signs, symptoms, method of transmission, past and current epidemics, and whether or not there has been a decrease in

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    Dengue Fever Essay

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    "cramp-like seizure caused by an evil spirit". The Swahili word "dinga" may possibly have its origin in the Spanish word "dengue" meaning fastidious or careful, which would describe the way of walking of a person suffering the bone pain of dengue fever (Christie, 1881). 1. 3. Symptoms Dengue is an acute febrile viral disease transmitted by mosquitos. There are 4 antigenically distinct serotypes of dengue virus – DENV-1, DENV-2, DENV-3 and DENV-4. Each of the dengue virus serotypes is capable of causing

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    officials later determined the cause to be Typhoid fever, a disease that dates back to early Victorian times. Although preventive measures can be taken, over 21.5 million people annually become infected with Typhoid fever. In particular, areas with poor sanitation of water report higher rates of this disease. Typhoid fever is spread through contaminated water sources, making underdeveloped countries vulnerable to the infection. The cause of Typhoid fever is Salmonella Typhi, a bacterium that can be found

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