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*  Holoendemic
"Endemic Diseases - MeSH - NCBI". www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Retrieved 2017-11-07. August Stich, Nadja Oster, Inas Z. Abdel-Aziz, ... Notes: "Although the prevalence of active disease is similar for boys and girls, adult women tend to have more active disease ... holoendemic diseases differ from hyperendemic diseases, of which symptoms are expressed equally by members across all age ... A disease is holoendemic when essentially every individual in a population is infected. Although the infection is ubiquitous, ...
*  Chief Veterinary Officer (United Kingdom)
"CVOs quizzed on pet travel and exotic and endemic diseases". Veterinary Record. 2013. Retrieved 3 December 2013. Government ...
*  1959 New Year Honours
Allieu Bobo Mabey, Endemic Diseases Assistant, Grade II, Sierra Leone. Koh Peng Yam, Assistant Foreman, Electrical Department, ...
*  Armillaria luteobubalina
1983). "Armillaria root rot in eucalypt forests aggravated endemic disease". Pacific Science. 37 (4): 459-64. ISSN 0030-8870. ... It may take years for infected trees to show signs of disease, leading to an underestimation of disease prevalence. Studies ... Widely distributed in southern Australia, the fungus is responsible for a disease known as Armillaria root rot, a primary cause ... In one case reported in Ovens, Victoria, the disease was spread to blueberry plants (Vaccinium species) via buried fragments of ...
*  Blastomycosis
The disease occurs in several endemic areas, the most important of which is in eastern North America, particularly in the ... In Ontario, Canada, considering both endemic and non-endemic areas, the overall incidence is around 0.3 cases per 100,000; ... epidemiology and risk factors for endemic disease". Epidemiology and Infection. 131 (2): 907-14. doi:10.1017/s0950268803008987 ... In endemic areas, the fungus lives in soil and rotten wood near lakes and rivers. Although it has never been directly observed ...
*  Peter H. Wood
In addition, some of the surviving slaves likely carried these endemic diseases. The mosquitoes bred in the conditions of the ... Because of the diseases and the expansion of large rice and indigo plantations, with their need for many laborers, South ... Wood showed that the Africans were more resistant to these tropical fevers, because they were endemic in their homeland. White ... colonists avoided the low country because of disease. Although planters maintained plantations on the Sea Islands, they ...
*  Lobamba
The government provides health facilities to manage endemic disease and malnutrition. Retirement, disability and survivor ...
*  Environmental movement in the United States
... endemic diseases, poverty, hunger, etc. Some US colleges are now going green by signing the "President's Climate Commitment," a ...
*  Stanley George Browne
This model was adopted in Africa for the control of endemic disease. His work at Yalisombo attracted the attention of a ... At Yakusu, he performed a wide range of roles from treating disease outbreaks and researching diseases to performing operations ...
*  Shadi A. Karam
Imagine ... But, is it not the lack of imagination our worst endemic disease?" In 2007, Karam, urged the Syrian authorities to ...
*  Congo Reform Association
Of 35 missionaries, by 1900 only six had survived the endemic disease. In 1890 Mrs. H. Grattan Guinness, Dr. Guinness's ...
*  Nuu-chah-nulth
Europeans carried these endemic diseases but the First Nations had no immunity to them. The high rate of deaths added to the ... of the Nuu-chah-nulth died as a result of infectious disease epidemics, particularly malaria and smallpox. ...
*  Brugia malayi
Shiyung, Liu (2006). "Filaria and plasmodium: distribution of endemic diseases and western plain exploitation in Taiwan" (PDF ... Tropical diseases targeted for elimination: Chagas disease, lymphatic filariasis, onchocerciasis, and leprosy. Book: Disease ... B. malayi infection is endemic or potentially endemic in 16 countries, where it is most common in southern China and India, but ... "Life cycle of Brugia Malayi". The Centers for Disease Control. Southwick, Frederick S. (2007), Infectious Disease: A Clinical ...
*  Podunk people
The Podunk suffered high rates of mortality from infectious endemic diseases carried by the colonists. Together with disruption ...
*  Dengue vaccine
"Efficacy and Long-Term Safety of a Dengue Vaccine in Regions of Endemic Disease". The New England Journal of Medicine. 373: ... The World Health Organization only recommends the vaccine as a possible option in areas of the world where the disease is ... WHO recommends that use be limited to areas where the disease is common because vaccination may actually increase the risk of ... but has been hindered first by incomplete knowledge of the disease pathogenesis, and later by the need to simultaneously create ...
*  Iotatorquevirus
... in Sweden from an exotic to an endemic disease". Vet Q. 29 (4): 122-37. doi:10.1080/01652176.2007.9695238. PMID 18265702. Nieto ...
*  Hippocratic Corpus
Nearly all of the diseases described in the Corpus are endemic diseases: colds, consumption, pneumonia, etc. In several texts ... Thus On the Sacred Disease considers that epilepsy (the so-called "sacred" disease) "has a natural cause, and its supposed ... who may also be identified as the author of On Diseases IV and of sections of On the Diseases of Women I. The latest layer is ... On Diseases II-III and the early layer within On the Diseases of Women I-II and On Sterile Women. Prorrhetics I is also mid- ...
*  Health in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Endemic diseases include malaria and yellow fever, Many other insect-borne illnesses are present as well. HIV/Aids is the most ... Global Burden of Disease: Cholera is endemic in some regions of the DRC, which means that there have been reported cholera ... Cholera is endemic in 51 countries mostly found in Africa and Asia. In areas of high endemicity, the incidence of V. cholerae ... Future Prevention of Disease: Addressing cholera in the Democratic Republic of Congo involves improving the access to safe ...
*  Patricia G. Parker
... endemic disease vector in the Galápagos Islands". Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 12 (8): 1831-41. doi:10.1016/j.meegid. ... endemic disease vector in the Galápagos Islands". Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 12 (8): 1831-41. doi:10.1016/j.meegid. ... "Characterization of canarypox-like viruses infecting endemic birds in the Galápagos Islands". Journal of wildlife diseases. 41 ... Whiteman, N. K.; Matson, K. D.; Bollmer, J. L.; Parker, P. G. (2006). "Disease ecology in the Galapagos Hawk (Buteo ...
*  History of Oman
The new sultan confronted insurgency in a country plagued by endemic disease, illiteracy, and poverty. One of the new sultan's ...
*  85th Regiment of Foot (Westminster Volunteers)
It was posted to Jamaica, where its numbers were ravaged by endemic diseases such as Yellow Fever. Many of survivors then ...
*  Haddersfield, Jamaica
Over 560 officers and men died and were buried in Jamaica during this period, from endemic diseases. On 18 June 1853 the ...
*  Hans Einstein
This spurred his lifelong study of the endemic disease Valley Fever which continued throughout his career. Einstein ... Hans E. Einstein (February 3, 1923 - August 11, 2012) was the foremost authority on the lung disease Valley Fever. He lived in ... He then completed residencies in Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Diseases at the New York Veterans Hospitals. In 1951, he drove ...
*  1960 Birthday Honours
Mallam Umaru Gana, Rural Health Superintendent, Malaria Unit, Endemic Diseases Division of Ministry of Health, Northern Region ... Florence Mercy Windebank, Ward Sister, National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, London. Thomas Joel Wing, Higher Executive ...
*  U.Sudan Peace & Development Foundation
HBH provides children with vaccines and cures for epidemic and endemic diseases like Tuberculosis, Malaria, Cholera, Ebola, etc ... Providing laboratory devices that assist in diagnosis of diseases and to conduct promising research projects for new ...