contagious disease


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Glanders: medicine and veterinary medicine in common pursuit of a contagious disease.
y contact, ng a ce, s as All contagious diseases, such as the common cold, influenza, chickenpox, or measles, are infectious too.
It is strongly recommended from many state Department of Health agencies that all teenagers and adults who have not had the Tdap vaccine get immunized to prevent the spread of this very contagious disease.
Hartford, for instance, offers a benefit that provides income loss to physicians, even if they are still able to work but stiffer a loss of earnings caused from contracting an infectious or contagious disease identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
This is an extremely contagious disease that kills chickens and other birds; some birds are more susceptible than others.
From a Christian Ghetto: Letters of Ghostly Wit views the 20th century church from the perspective of 500 years in the future when Christianity is a subversive contagious disease to be eradicated by torture and execution, its adherents banished to underground ghettos.
The government has burned more than 200,000 animals, including this livestock at a farm in Scotland, to contain the highly contagious disease, which can kill animals but poses little danger to humans.
Among those in the front line fighting the contagious disease are lay missionaries and priests, the majority from Italy.
They have blamed the outbreak of the contagious disease on parents refusing to have their children immunised because of their fears about the vaccine.
Chickenpox -- also known as varicella -- is a very contagious disease that is caused by a virus.
He maintains that all illnesses and deaths (minus those caused by contagious disease or trauma) are the direct result of malnutrition involving various vital minerals.
Those of us old enough can remember as children seeing the bold-colored quarantine signs posted in windows or on doors on neighboring homes when someone inside had been stricken with a contagious disease.
Typhus, a contagious disease with a high mortality rate, periodically struck in epidemic form.
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