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  • How Do Antibiotics Affect Bacteria

    oil by collecting one drop of oregano oil mixing together with a teaspoon of olive oil. At the stage, you can apply put it on your skin or nail SINUS INFECTION Get a pot of water that is at its steaming point ,add few drops of oregano oil to it, next is for you to inhale the steam. Be careful when inhaling it because it is very hot. ORAL INFECTIONS LIKE THRUSH You will have to mix a drop of oregano oil with a teaspoon full of cold coconut oil. Put it in the mouth and wait for a few minute and…

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  • Lupus Erythematosus Research Paper

    baths can aid in joint pain and stiffness. In addition to these, compresses, assistive devices, eating healthy, and physical therapy can help with soreness and fatigue. Keeping the patient up to date on immunizations can help prevent opportunistic infections. Managing the patients’ psychological state is also important. Irregular hormones can exacerbate symptoms, so it is imperative for the patient to manage feelings of stress, anger, confusion, depression, etc. Conclusion Patients with SLE…

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  • Desi Fowl, Vitamin A Case Study

    A adult desi fowl carcasses were presented for post mortem examination with the history of weak and sudden death. External examination revealed ruffled feathers, occluded nostrils and closed beak. The internal examination revealed numerous light white tiny nodules about 1-2 mm in size on the oesophageal mucosa, fibrin layer adhered to the pericardium, congested intestinal mucosa, mild petechiae on the cecal tonsils and congested meningeal blood vessels. Histopathological examination revealed…

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  • Francisella Tularensis Essay

    Background: Francisella tularensis (F.tularensis) is the etiological microorganism for tularemia. There are different forms of tularemia such as respiratory tularemia. Respiratory tularemia is the most severe form of tularemia with a high rate of mortality; if not treated. Therefore, traditional microbiological tools and Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) are not useful for a rapid, reliable, accurate, sensitive and specific diagnosis. But, DNA microarray technology does. DNA microarray technology…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay On Acne

    8-17 Personal Narrative Essay When I was in 10 grade I broke out with acne on my face and neck. I had the real deal not the regular everyday average teenage breakout, I got red cysts, pink cysts, purple cysts, whiteheads, and bumps full of puss all over. It was like wearing a mask of pimples. It didn’t help that I was six feet four inches tall and my head towers over my fellow classmates for all to see as I grudge through the hallways at school. My acne was very…

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  • Side Effects Of Overconsumption Of Antibiotics

    that are used to treat infections which is affected from bacteria, antibiotics play a vital role in treating bacterial infections. Antibiotics do not cure every illness it just cure infections caused by bacteria but it does not treat infections caused by virus ,so before taking any antibiotics doctor’s prescription is very essential ,whether the patient is suffering from viral infection or bacterial infection. Antibiotics that are taken in over dosage during viral infections can worsen the…

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  • Spread Of Disease

    Preventing the Spread of Infectious Disease: The spread of infectious diseases in hospitals and health care organizations has been one of the major factors contributing to the loss of lives in the health care industry. As a result, there have been numerous efforts by the health care facilities and workers towards the prevention of the spread of infectious diseases within the facilities. Most of these health care organizations have developed and implemented comprehensive policies and…

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  • L. Cyprinacea Case Study

    1. Introduction Lernaea infection is a major disease problem encountered in carp culture in the Indian subcontinent and has been reported from Indian major carps Catla (Catla catla), Rohu (Labeo rohita), Mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala) , exotic carps silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix), grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) and indigenous carps Labeo fimbriatus (Nandeesha et al., 1984, 1985; Tamuli and Shanbhouge, 1996; Zafar et al., 2001). The three Indian Major Carps viz., Catla, Rohu and…

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  • Essay On Typhoid Fever

    Typhoid Fever In the world today, there are many diseases considered as fatal. Some of these diseases are caused by microorganisms called bacteria. More than 200 bacterial diseases are transmitted through eating and drinking. One of these common waterborne and foodborne diseases is Typhoid Fever. Studies conducted in America shows that about 400 cases occur each year, 75% comes from international travelers. Moreover, about 2.5 million cases happen yearly all over the world (1&4). This disease…

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  • Dangers Of Mosquitoes

    With the onset of the monsoons, the weather has become really humid and many people are falling ill. Along with the change of season, it is also the time when mosquitoes bite and spread various harmful diseases such as dengue, malaria, and chikungunya. This is because the rainy season provides apt conditions for mosquitoes and other insects to thrive, which pose a threat to your child’s and your health. Just the thought of a mosquito bite is enough to scare anyone. Although most mosquito bites…

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