The opioid epidemic began over the course of more than a decade. During the early 1980s, it has grew into a problem destroying many lives across the nation, regardless of age, race, wealth, or location. Pharmaceutical businesses began to aggressively
Mycobacterium tuberculosis is the bacteria that is responsible for the communicable disease known as Tuberculosis, and it is contagious, spread from one person to another through tiny droplet released in the air via cough or sneezing. It is hypothesized as
Introduction Since decades, people have endeavored to define, create, and implement different strategies to understand and resolve human-related issues in different parts of the globe. In recent decades, a significant advancement is observed in the field of social epidemiology.
Introduction Influenza Virus is very usual and significant virus found that causes respiratory problems and pneumonia in pigs in most parts of the world. H1N1, that was earlier refer, as Swine Influenza is a new virus found in pigs that
Description of the study The study was authored by Christina D. Chambers, Ph.D., M.P.H., Sonia Hernandez-Diaz, M.D., Dr.P.H., Linda J. Van Marter, M.D., M.P.H., Martha M. Werler, Sc.D., Carol Louik, Sc.D., Kenneth Lyons Jones, M.D., and Allen A. Mitchell, M.D
Part I What is Dr. Welch’s argument? In his article, “What’s Making Us Sick Is an Epidemic of Diagnoses”; Dr. Welch argues that there is an epidemic of diagnoses that is prevalent nowadays. By this, he means that there is
Abstract The article starts with a definition of Epidemic curve followed by various categories of epidemic curves. Finally three examples of epidemic curves of Cholera, SARS and Measles are depicted. Epidemic Curve According to the Columbia University, Mailman School of
INTRODUCTION: Malaria has been the worldwide concern due to its increasing incidence of mortality and morbidity. Unfortunately, those living in areas of high incidence rate of malaria are those who belong in the poor population. This posts social and economic
Each year the influenza virus will infect anywhere between 5-20% of our Nations population and upwards of 200,000 will become hospitalized for further treatments from complications. Most cases can occur between the months of October through May among those January
1.Introduction: Cervical spondylosis is a common degenerative condition of the cervical spine. It encompasses a sequence of degenerative changes in the intervertebral discs, osteophytosis of the vertebral bodies, hypertrophy of the facets and laminal arches, and ligamentous and segmental instability.
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