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*  National Intelligence Assessments on Infectious Diseases
... including expansion of the Emerging and other Communicable Diseases Surveillance and Control (EMC) Division, has placed WHO in ... in which such noninfectious diseases as heart disease and cancer would replace infectious diseases as the overarching global ... The remaining virulent diseases, led by HIV/AIDS and TB, continue to take a significant toll. The persistent infectious disease ... some diarrheal diseases, and acute respiratory infections. Nonetheless, infectious diseases are still a major cause of illness ...
*  Communicable Disease Centre
The Communicable Disease Centre (CDC; Malay: Pusat Penyakit Berjangkit; Simplified Chinese: 传染病中心; Tamil: தொற்றுநோய் மையம்) is ... Communicable Disease Centre (CDC) - Singapore Infopedia Archived 2007-03-14 at the Wayback Machine., National Library Board, ... All patients who are affected with these highly contagious diseases are quarantined at the CDC and the centre is used to ... The centre is used to quarantine patients with highly infectious diseases such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. ...
*  Non-communicable disease
A non-communicable disease (NCD) is a medical condition or disease that is not caused by infectious agents (non-infectious or ... List of countries by risk of death from non-communicable disease Chronic disease Global health The INCTR Challenge Fund project ... "Noncommunicable diseases". World Health Organization. Retrieved April 5, 2016. "Non-Communicable Diseases Deemed Development ... Sometimes, NCDs result in rapid deaths such as seen in certain diseases such as autoimmune diseases, heart diseases, stroke, ...
*  Control of Communicable Diseases Manual
The Control of Communicable Diseases Manual (CCDM) compiles comprehensive scientific data about communicable diseases, which ... reporting of communicable diseases, outbreak response in bioterrorism, communicable disease control in humanitarian emergencies ... In the seventh edition (1950) leprosy became Hansen's disease and cat-scratch disease was added as a probable viral disease ( ... disease, rickettsialpox. The title was changed to "Control of Communicable Disease Manual" in 1995 (16th edition) to remove any ...
*  Sydenham Hospital for Communicable Diseases
... , also known as Montebello State Hospital or Montebello State Chronic Disease ... "The Montebello State Hospital for Communicable Diseases - Viral Infections Blog Articles". www.viralinfections.info. Retrieved ... Sydenham Hospital for Communicable Diseases" (PDF). Maryland Historical Trust. Retrieved 2016-04-01. "Sydenham Hospital Records ... of Sydenham Hospital are held at the National Library of Medicine and showcase nature and treatment of communicable diseases in ...
*  Sir Ronald Ross Institute of Tropical and Communicable Diseases
... , also known as Fever Hospital, is a hospital in Nallakunta, ... India, which treats diseases such as diphtheria, diarrhea, measles, mumps, cholera, and hepatitis. The hospital is affiliated ...
*  List of countries by risk of death from non-communicable disease
This is a list of countries by risk of premature death from non-communicable disease such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, ... disease registers and notifications systems. Non-communicable disease List of countries by life expectancy http://apps.who.int/ ... disease registers and notifications systems for selected specific causes of death. Causes of death for populations without ... diabetes, or chronic respiratory disease between ages 30 and 70 as published by the World Health Organization in 2008. ...
*  Foodborne illness
Communicable Diseases Intelligence. 26 (1): 38-9. PMID 11950200. Archived from the original on February 17, 2014. "Salmonella ... "Food-Related Diseases". US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Greig, Judy D. "Infective Doses and Pathogen Carriage". ... Most foodborne disease outbreaks in Australia have been linked to raw or minimally cooked eggs or poultry. The Australian Food ... Foodborne disease can also be caused by a large variety of toxins that affect the environment. Furthermore, foodborne illness ...
*  Barmah Forest virus
Communicable Diseases Intelligence. Retrieved 2015-04-07. Smith, D.W. (May 2011). "The viruses of Australia and the risk to ... This disease was named after the location in Northern Victoria where it was first isolated in 1974. The first documented case ... Although there is no specific treatment for infection with the Barmah Forest virus, the disease is non-fatal and most infected ... Naish, S.; Mengersen, K.; Hu, W.; & Tong, S. (2013). "Forecasting the future risk of Barmah Forest virus disease under climate ...
*  Developing country
Non communicable diseases. Physical inactivity leading to death. Increased and intensified industrial and agricultural ... Tropical and infectious diseases (neglected tropical diseases) Air pollution Climate change Road traffic accidents ... "Control of Infectious Disease in Developing Countries." New England Journal of Medicine 304.1 (1981): n. pag. 967-974 Verspoor ... The following list shows the most significant environmentally-related causes or conditions, as well as certain diseases with a ...
*  Paratyphoid fever
"Water-related Diseases." Communicable Diseases 2001. World Health Organization. 31 Oct 2008 <"Archived copy". Archived from the ... Jeremy Hawker (2012). "3.56". Communicable disease control and health protection handbook (3rd ed.). Chichester, West Sussex, ... Symptoms are similar to that of many other infectious diseases. Typhus is an unrelated disease. While there is no vaccine ... "Typhoid and Paratyphoid Fever." Public Health Notifiable Disease Management Guidelines. Disease Control and Prevention. Alberta ...
*  Grey-headed flying fox
Communicable Diseases Intelligence. 20: 504. Pope, L. (2014). Some Touch of Pity. Sid Harta Publishers. Welbergen, J.; Klose, S ... often due to disease or tick paralysis (their own and/or that of the mother). When they are older, orphans usually come into ...
*  Egg as food
Communicable diseases intelligence. Blackwell Publishing. 31 (1): 118-24. PMID 17503652. Knowledge Guide Archived 6 February ... Shin JY, Xun P, Nakamura Y, He K (July 2013). "Egg consumption in relation to risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes: a ... Another 2013 meta-analysis found that eating four eggs per week increased the risk of cardiovascular disease by six percent. A ... Li, Y; Zhou, C; Zhou, X; Li, L (2013). "Egg consumption and risk of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes: a meta-analysis". ...
*  Poliomyelitis
D'Souza R, Kennett M, Watson C (2002). "Australia declared polio free". Communicable Diseases Intelligence. 26 (2): 253-60. ... The disease may be diagnosed by finding the virus in the feces or detecting antibodies against it in the blood. The disease ... Polio is one of only two diseases currently the subject of a global eradication program, the other being Guinea worm disease. ... Poliomyelitis has existed for thousands of years, with depictions of the disease in ancient art. The disease was first ...
*  Mumps outbreaks in the 21st century
"Communicable Diseases: Mumps." Arkansas Department of Health, December 16, 2016. Retrieved December 17, 2016. Richardson, Mark ... Student contracts the mumps, The Oregon Daily Emerald, May 18, 2006 Mumps, Oregon Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Wonder.cdc.gov. Retrieved on 2012-06-06. "NWA Mumps Cases Now Up To 150; Cases In ... The viral disease continues to cause outbreaks across the world. As of March 17, 2017, there have been 43 confirmed cases in ...
*  Coddled egg
Communicable diseases intelligence. Blackwell Publishing. 31 (1): 118-24. PMID 17503652. Foodsafety.gov. "Eggs and Egg Products ... Clinical Infectious Diseases. 38: S244-S252. doi:10.1086/381576. PMID 15095196. CS1 maint: Explicit use of et al. (link) Little ...
*  Australian Vaccination-Skeptics Network
"Vaccine Preventable Diseases and Vaccination Coverage in Australia, 2003 to 2005 - Meningococcal". Communicable Diseases ... Dept of Health (June 2007). "Vaccine Preventable Diseases and Vaccination Coverage in Australia, 2003 to 2005". Communicable ... National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (1 June 2010). "Summary tables that include all diseases". Australian ... Dorey claimed that no one ever dies from the disease, and described her own children's case of the disease as a "storm in a ...
*  Culex pseudovishnui
Journal of Communicable Diseases. 33: 174-9. PMID 12206036. Mourya, DT; Mishra, AC; Soman, RS. "Transmission of Japanese ...
*  Shyam Swarup Agarwal
Journal of Communicable Diseases. 17 (Supp. 1): 68-76. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Gopal, K.; Saran, R. K.; ... Journal of Communicable Diseases. 17 (Supp. 1): 68-76. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) "Directory of Emeritus ...
*  Red meat
link) TH, Leung (2012). "Red Meat Consumption: The Good and the Bad" (PDF). Non-Communicable Diseases Watch. 5: 1-7. Archived ( ... Processed red meat is linked to higher mortality, mainly due to cardiovascular diseases and cancer. There is some evidence too ... "Eating processed meats, but not unprocessed red meats, may raise risk of heart disease and diabetes" (Press release). Harvard ... A summary relating dietary fats, serum cholesterol and coronary heart disease" (PDF). Circulation. 81: 1721-1733. doi:10.1161/ ...
*  Orange County Health Department
... zoonotic and water-borne diseases; emergency preparedness and bioterrorism; control of communicable diseases; health promotion ... Water-borne diseases investigated by the Orange County Health Department, the Florida Department of Health and the CDC have ... On March 20, a third guest was confirmed to have had the disease. On April 4, a fourth guest was confirmed to have had the ... However these have not been shown to prevent the disease. Avoiding fresh water during the hot season appears to be the safest ...
*  Australian bat lyssavirus
Communicable Disease Intelligence. 21 (9): 117-120. PMID 9145563. Banyard; et al. (2011). "Chapter 12: Bats and Lyssaviruses". ... No animal or person in Victoria has ever contracted the disease, Dr Carnie said. Nine Victorian flying foxes have been found ... "Dr John Carnie [Victoria's Chief Health Officer] said Australian bat lyssavirus was a rare but fatal disease that could be ... "Under no circumstances should people handle flying foxes on their property as some diseases they carry, such as Australian bat ...
*  Minister for Health (Australia)
"Communicable Diseases Surveillance: Surveillance Systems". Department of Health and Ageing. Commonwealth of Australia. 12 ...
*  Cattle feeding
Communicable Diseases Intelligence Quarterly Report. 27 (2): 249-257. ISSN 1447-4514. PMID 12926738. Hoorman, James; McCutcheon ... However, bovine respiratory disease, the most common cause for antibiotic therapy has risk factors common in both forms of ... However, its usage is supported primarily because of its effectiveness in the treatment and prevention of diseases, as well as ... Potential benefits from the use of antibiotics include the prevention of diseases, increase in food and water uptake, and ...
*  International Association of National Public Health Institutes
National Institute of Communicable Diseases, South Africa Marc Sprenger - Director, European Centre for Disease Prevention and ... "National Institute for Communicable Diseases". nicd.ac.za. "Instituto de Salud Carlos III". isciii.es. "Public Health Institute ... Partners, including the U.S. CDC, South Africa's National Institute of Communicable Diseases, Hain Lifescience, and the Harvard ... Envisioned is an institute responsible for environmental health, non-communicable diseases, poison control, pharmacovigilence, ...
*  Penn Manor School District
10-984 School Immunizations; Communicable and Noncommunicable Diseases". Pennsylvania Department of Health (2014). "School ...
*  Schistosoma spindale
The Journal of communicable diseases. 30 (1): 1-6. PMID 9842157. Brant, S. V.; Morgan, J. A. T.; Mkoji, G. M.; Snyder, S. D.; ...