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Understanding Shingles By Fernando Crotte, M.D.
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Understanding Shingles is an edition of The Understanding Series, an educational project written without commercial bias. Aimed at the educated, non-medical reader, this ebook of approximately 40-60... More > pages, depending on the electronic reading device, delivers a clear and concise summary of all the frequently searched aspects of Shingles, the painful, blistering rash caused by the Varicella Zoster Virus. The reader can expect to gain a much better understanding of this infectious disease.< Less
Antimicrobial Resistance in Bacteria By Carlos Amábile-Cuevas
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This book presents nine comprehensive and cutting-edge reviews on the current state of antimicrobial resistance. Special emphasis is placed on state-of-the-art research and the authors focus on novel... More > approaches and new perspectives. Written by experts in the field of antimicrobial resistance this book is a major new resource for microbiologists, molecular biologists, researchers, epidemiologists, infectious disease specialists, medical practitioners, public health experts, and anyone interested in a review of the current research on antimicrobial resistance.< Less
On-Ramp to Nursing Assistant Certified By Elizabeth Hanson & Jenae Kirby
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Prepare your high beginning level/intermediate level ESL students for entrance into a regular nursing assistant program or for entrance into a general health care career training program. Each of the... More > 6 units includes 3 readings, vocabulary development, writing and grammar instruction and practice. This course is based on authentic nursing assistant course materials. Topics include: health problems, duties of a Nursing Assistant, places to work in health care, and the infectious disease chain. This is a great starting point for students and ESL teachers.< Less
Bacterial Pathogenesis: Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms By Camille Locht
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Hardback: ISBN 978-1-904455-91-2 EAN 9781904455912 In this book, a group of distinguished scientists from eight different countries and three continents, under the expert guidance of the editors... More > Camille Locht and Michel Simonet, overview the molecular and cellular mechanisms of bacterial pathogenesis. Aimed at the entire scientific community from students to senior scientists and physicians, the book is relevant to a broad range of people interested in the mechanisms of bacterial infectious diseases and is a recommended text for all microbiology laboratories.< Less
HLT 605 Grand Canyon Entire Course By Nic Klaus
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To get this tutorial follow this link: http://dodohelp.com/HLT-605-Grand-Canyon/HLT-605-Grand-Canyon-Entire-Course HLT 605 Grand Canyon Week 1 DQ 1 Public health practice was initially concerned... More > with infectious and environmentally related diseases, but in recent years has evolved to focus more on injury prevention, substance abuse, violence, tobacco-related, and other chronic diseases. Present at least one pivotal legal and historical occurrence that resulted in this shift of public health effort. Justify your rationale with supportive evidence.< Less
HLT 605 Grand Canyon Week 1 Discussions By Nic Klaus
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To get this tutorial follow this link: http://dodohelp.com/HLT-605-Grand-Canyon/HLT-605-Grand-Canyon-Week-1-Discussions HLT 605 Grand Canyon Week 1 DQ 1 Public health practice was initially... More > concerned with infectious and environmentally related diseases, but in recent years has evolved to focus more on injury prevention, substance abuse, violence, tobacco-related, and other chronic diseases. Present at least one pivotal legal and historical occurrence that resulted in this shift of public health effort. Justify your rationale with supportive evidence. HLT 605 Grand Canyon Week 1 DQ 2< Less
IMPACT OF MICRO CREDIT SYSTEM ON QUALITY OF LIFE OF LEPROSY AFFECTED PEOPLE IN MAHARASHTRA By Dr. Shirish Shegaonkar
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Leprosy, also known as Hansen's disease, is a chronic infectious disease that primarily affects the skin, the peripheral nerves, the upper respiratory tract, and the eyes. The causative agent is an... More > acid-fast bacterium, Mycobacterium leprae, first identified in 1873 by the Norwegian physician, Gerhard Henrik Armauer Hansen. Leprosy was considered a divine curse for sin in the Old Testament and Karma in Buddhism. The term leprosy originates from the Latin word lepros, meaning defilement. The fact that leprosy has been deemed an incurable disease, causing severe deformities and disabilities, has resulted in severe stigmatization. This has resulted in double suffering by victims, both from the disease itself and from public discrimination. Although documented since antiquity, leprosy currently remains endemic in some developing parts of the world.< Less
The Journal of MacroTrends in Health and Medicine 2(1) By Macrojournals
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The Journal of MacroTrends in Health and Medicine JMHM (ISSN-online 2332-7634, ISSN print 2332-7626) aims to publish high quality articles discussing the broad trends and themes in academic research... More > and practice within all areas of health and medicine: alternative health, dentistry, disability and rehabilitation, food safety, gerontology, infectious diseases, medicine and medical science, nursing, oncology, psychiatry, social work, cardiology, dermatology, family medicine, health, medical ethics, neurology, nutrition, public health, women's health, sports medicine, and other.< Less
Bible Reliability: Birthing the Nation of Israel By James Gregory
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This book explores Bible reliability in terms of Egyptian history. It also includes the value of the Law provided from God through Moses in terms of environmental and medical science. In the past,... More > critics have claimed that the Bible is inaccurate in matching Egyptian history. Now, there is strong evidence the Egyptian history timeline needs to be revised. With this revised dating of the Egyptian 12th Dynasty, Bible information matches well with Egyptian history from Abraham to Moses. The Law matches well with modern medical science for control of infectious diseases. The Law also gives instructions for dealing with the management of mildew that too matches modern technology. The instructions for disposal of human waste match recommendations from modern science for primitive conditions.< Less
Camp NoE By Francis Stevens George
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Why were the super powers prepared to go to war over Camp NoE? Why was Camp NoE kept a secret until exposed by a Norwegian Nurse? Why would 300 people in Camp NoE be immune to the Ebola virus and... More > malaria, or infectious disease such as AIDS, African trypanosomiasis, Cholera, Chikungunya, Crimeanâ Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF). What is Golden Blood and why do the West African Super People hold the future to a disease free world. Camp NoE is short for Camp Noebola. Camp NoE was not just about territorial rights; about a realignment of super power global positions or the sovereignty of a country or the exploitation of humans. The novel deals with corruption; deals with the power of the pharmaceutical industry; and a new global political paradigm.< Less