Smallpox disease

July 31, 2007 | 1 Comment

I’ve read about the U.S. planning to innoculate everyoneagainst smallpox. I was innoculated before I began elementary schoolwhen that was a requirement. Would that vaccination still beeffective?I suspect so. Some of the testing for the current versions of the vaccinehave been carried out here (at St. Louis University and WashingtonUniversity med schools) in recent weeks; […]

information about cholera disease

July 30, 2007 | Comments Off on information about cholera disease

I need information asbout cholera disease A little from the CDC is below. Want to be more specific about whatinformation you want, and why you are asking on a cat group? Microbiology. Cholera is caused by V. cholerae serogroup O1 strains thatproduce cholera toxin. The Latin American epidemic strain is biotype ElTor, serotype Inaba. This […]

Lyme Disease Symptoms early and chronic late stage

July 29, 2007 | Comments Off on Lyme Disease Symptoms early and chronic late stage Widgets Lyme ( commonly misspelled as Lime or Lymes ) Disease symptoms Symptoms may show up fast, with a bang, or very slowly and innocuously. There may be initial flu-like symptoms with fever, headache, nausea, jaw pain, light sensitivity, red eyes, muscle ache and stiff neck. Many write this off as a flu and […]

Time to cease Polio Vaccination?

July 28, 2007 | Comments Off on Time to cease Polio Vaccination?

For this reason, there will always be a risk that polio will escape into anunvaccinated population and start a major epidemic. Even after the whole world is certified polio free, our only protectionagainst the re-emergence of the disease will still be mass vaccination.Whether cessation of polio vaccination will EVER be prudent is controversialamong epidemiologists, but […]

Interesting SARS information

July 27, 2007 | Comments Off on Interesting SARS information

In 1972, long before smallpox was eradicated worldwide, vaccination for thedisease was halted in the United States, where the disease had not been seenfor years. As smallpox was isolated to smaller and smaller regions on theplanet, vaccination was halted in the disease-free parts of the world untilfinally mass smallpox vaccination was eliminated entirely, and vaccinationof […]

Homeopathy and the germ theory of disease

July 26, 2007 | Comments Off on Homeopathy and the germ theory of disease

Bacteria are of two types. Those internal and beneficial and thoseexternal and deadly. The deadly, external type area the cause of gangrene and other fataldiseases related to bacteria. The friendly, internal type, are those which surface and then dissipate with your recovery ( since they are at least partially responsible for your recovery ).Interesting. So […]

How to identify a virus derived or a germ derived sickness?

July 25, 2007 | Comments Off on How to identify a virus derived or a germ derived sickness?

How to identify, whether a disease is virus derived or germ derivedand how to treat it, on an ad-hoc basis!!! Spiritually speaking, a human body is actually an existing ‘livecosmic body’, where, its organ-functionings run parallel to theexisting ‘live’ Solar System’s orbital plant.Take for example, the human’s heart runs parallel to the Solar’s Sun,the 9 […]

New Tick Disease? More Ziggy Ziegler

July 24, 2007 | Comments Off on New Tick Disease? More Ziggy Ziegler Widgets DNA analysis could provide the key to identifying the mysterious tick-borneillness that recently afflicted Yellowstone County Commissioner James A.“Ziggy” Ziegler. Dr. Elaine Samuel, Ziegler’s physician, said officials at the Vector-BorneDisease Unit of the Centers for Disease Control in Fort Collins, Colo., aretesting the tick’s jaws for DNA from a bacteria that causes a […]

Early Measles Infection Linked To Inflammatory Bowel Disease

July 23, 2007 | Comments Off on Early Measles Infection Linked To Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Reuters Health – Early measles infection may increase the risk ofdeveloping Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, according to researchersfrom the Mayo Clinic. The report is the latest in a series of reports over the last fewyears, previously reported by Reuters Health, which have either bolstered orquestioned the link between measles infection and inflammatory boweldisease.Dr. Darrell […]

Bacterial Infection Linked to Crohn’s Disease

July 22, 2007 | Comments Off on Bacterial Infection Linked to Crohn’s Disease

I find the following story exciting AND timely. There has been muchtalk in our discussion boards lately regarding a bacterial infectionbeing the source/antagonist for at least some subtype of MS. Below,find a new study that links Crohn’s disease, an autoimmune disorder ofthe gastrointestinal tract, to a bacterial infection! MS and Crohn’sare linked not only because […]

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