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    all over the body. There is more than one way to diagnose it, which consists of checking the types of cells in the blood and molecules in the cells. It can be found in many people all over the world but mostly in areas that contain many cases of malaria. Many patients can live longer lives due to the many treatments available today. Sickle cell anemia is an interesting topic because of the many effects it has on people, and it is an underlying cause for many symptoms a person may feel when they…

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    Hepatitis A

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    SIKH CULTUREWhile caring for a patient in the hospital, one very important thing that a nurse needs to be is culturally competent. In caring for someone from the Sikh community the nurse must respect privacy, the fact that the patient may want to stay as covered up as possible, allowing ample time for prayer, trying to plan out the patient care around prayer times, avoid any unnecessary touching, respecting personal space, be knowledgeable of the Sikh’s five K’s as mentioned earlier in the…

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    and bites the human than the human has that same disease and could die. “A mosquito bites someone infected with malaria. A few days later, when the mosquito is read for its next meal, it bites someone else. And the mosquito jabs the new victim's flesh, malaria germs known as Plasmodium enter that person’s blood. In this way, bite by itchy bite, 212 million people are infected with malaria every year. Many live in crowded areas where mosquitoes easily spread the disease from person to person”…

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    The human body is protected against infections by the immune system. The disease occurs when the normal function of tissue is impaired. Health organizations have for a long time tried to understand all causal agents of diseases as fight strategies against these agents including understanding surviving strategies, their cycle, and multiplicity once they infect a human being. This has facilitated discovery of therapeutic drugs for various diseases (Klepac et al., 2013). Vaccination against…

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    Causes Of Ebola In Guinea

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    outbreak is a real burden of diseases on the health care system in Guinea since many people have died from that disease. There are other burdens of diseases in the country that are endemic, but are not as deadly as compared to Ebola. For example: Malaria is an endemic disease in Guinea which has a high…

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    Ddt Research Paper

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    1874. However, it’s insecticidal abilities were not found until 1939 by Paul Muller who received the 1948 Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine for his 1939 discovery of insecticidal qualities and use of DDT in the control of vector diseases such as malaria and yellow fever. DDT can affect almost every single types of insects, during WW2, DDT has been playing a very important role by not only increased the amount of the…

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    movement of people, goods and services has facilitated the spread of infectious diseases around the globe. Several diseases have become the main point of concern in the world. The first one is HIV/aids. The second diseases are tuberculosis. Cholera and malaria are however a threat but they are more pronounced in the less developed countries. I want to say that major steps should be taken to reduce the…

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    Ebola: a word that for many triggers a somewhat distant memory back to 2014 when the whole world was up in arms about it spreading and becoming a pandemic. This incident of outbreak in West Africa shows how far we have come as a world, technologically and medically, but also how far we still have to go. The severity of the outbreak was completely avoidable, however due to the disregard of certain factors not usually associated with disease, such as cultural practices, it became an epidemic. In…

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    been slowly recovering from the Cambodian genocide and its ramifications.1 The last twenty years have seen relative stability in Cambodia, which has translated into significant improvements in population health, demonstrated by decreases in HIV and malaria deaths and improvements in infant, child, and maternal mortality.1,2 Despite these positive steps, the country still faces many struggles related to health; Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in the world, with more than 17% of the…

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    glass bubble are human beings, sick from treatable diseases, who need help. Help that I plan to provide. Malaria, a disease carried by infected mosquitos, cause the death of one African child every thirty seconds. This disease has taken a large toll on third-world countries, but is hardly seen within our glass bubble. While 90% of premature deaths in Africa are due to an outbreak of Malaria, it is still considered a treatable disease. Africa suffers from many wealth disputes,…

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