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    The Infection of Rabies

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    Rabies: The Infection Rabies is an infectious disease that is hard to survive through. Although rabies is mostly found in animals, humans can also carry the virus and spread it amongst others. This virus is well known as the slow virus because it will slowly kill you. There are many symptoms of rabies, in both animals and humans, that reveal themselves only after they have been bitten. This part of the essay will give you the who, what, when, where, why, and how of the rabies infection. The infectious

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    Ear Infection

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    Disease is common infor young children, but one illness that seems to appear consistently in young children is otitis media, or the ear infection. Five out of six kids get an ear infection before their third birthday. Parents who do not have medical experience may not know if their child has an ear infection and they should take them to the doctor or if the child just has pain, and the trip would be a waste of time. This is inconvenient for the adult and the child. The parent has to take time from

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    Essay On Infections

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    Bacterial Infections of Humans Caused by Bites of Animals (NOT insects) Introduction Animal bites on humans may cause open wounds or even crushing injuries. Like us, all animals carry certain bacteria or viruses that can cause illness if passed on to humans via the open wounds. The pathogen entry pathway for these zoonotic infections include bites or scratches, and direct contact saliva or waste. These diseases bring about a considerable amount of inconvenience to humans and therefore, the greatest

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    Chlamydial Infection

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    Chlamydia Chlamydial infection is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted disease in the United States today. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than 4 million new cases occur each year. The highest rates of chlamydial infection are in 15 to 19-year old adolescents regardless of demographics or location. Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), a serious complication of chlamydial infection, has emerged as a major cause of infertility among women of childbearing

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    Viral Infections

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    VIRAL INFECTIONS: THE TRUE WHYS AND WHAT NOWS It all started with a little tickling in my throat. I forged ahead, knowing all too well what that feeling meant, I was getting sick. I convinced myself to just not think about it and it would just go away. This whole time there was an army of alien species amassing in my bloodstream and older cells. They are horrifyingly ugly, like something straight out of H. R. Geiger’s imagination. They writhe and twitch while they are on the hunt for one of your

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    Hookworm Infection Hookworm infection is an infection caused by parasitic roundworms that can live in the intestines or lungs. Hookworm infection is uncommon in the United States but is very common in developing parts of the world, especially in areas with poor sanitation. Young hookworms (larvae) can enter the skin and travel to the lungs through the bloodstream. The hookworms can move up the windpipe (trachea) and down into the digestive tract. Adult hookworms can live for a year or more inside

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    Infection Research Paper

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    Introduction Infection is the invasion of foreign disease-causing organisms into the host bodies and the reaction of the host tissues towards the multiplication and toxins released by the organisms. Infectious diseases can spread, directly or indirectly, from one person to another. In other words, it also said as communicable or transmissible disease. Agent that often leads to such infectious diseases is viruses, and prions, microorganisms such as bacteria. Host can against this invasion of organism

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    Candidiasis, also called thrush or moniliasis, is a yeast infection. Candida albicans is an organism that normally makes a quiet home for itself on your skin and doesn't bother anyone. We all carry this organism on our skin, in our mouth, in our gastrointestinal tract (gut), and, in the case of women, in the vagina. Occasionally the yeast multiplies uncontrollably, causing pain and inflammation. Candidiasis may affect the skin. This includes the external surface skin and the skin of the vagina,

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    human body. They are very helpful to the human system, but can as well cause infections to the human bodies under certain situation. And for a disease to be infectious, there is what is called ‘’chain of infection’’ which means each chain must connect to the other for the concept (infectious diseases) to be effective. 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. That means it must link up together

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    Opportunistic HIV infections Description- opportunistic HIV infections are those infections that are caused to a HIV positive person, when his CD4 count starts decreasing. Opportunistic HIV infections can be treated with strong antiretroviral drugs that aim to uplift the CD4 count and keep our immunity system stronHETEROSEXUAL HIV INFECTION Description- Heterosexual HIV infection is the most common reason for the spread of the disease. Heterosexual HIV infection may not be the major cause in

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