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The information described in the publication is an update in influenza A and H3N2 viruses’ activity in the United States from the months of October 1st to November 25, 2017. in which the majority of cases diagnosed were influenza A of the type H3N2 in the United States during that time frame. According to the…

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This investigationdepicts the study of disease transmission of intrusive meningococcal ailmentover all age bunches in England and Wales for late epidemiological years in thevicinity of 2006 and 2010. The Health Protection Agency (HPA) conducts upgradednational meningococcal observation through a blend of clinical and researchcenter revealing. Between 2006/07 and 2010/11, the normal yearly occurrence ofobtrusive meningococcal…

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Topic A: ChildWitches in Sub-Saharan AfricaIn Some countries of Sub-Saharan Africa, kidshad been accused of witchcraft, not for making sorcery, but for having somethingevil or contact with the occult and/ or made gods angry and this is for them,the cause that makes them different from other children. This accusations, hadbeen don from someone inside family,…

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In doing research, there are five mainethical pillars that must be followed by researcher. First, minimize the riskof harm to participants. This principle stress on how a research should notharm participants by considering all aspects that could bring harm such asphysical harm, psychological distress and discomfort, social disadvantage,financial status or an invasion of participant’s privacy…

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using MS/MS strategies. As it was established that Cysteine residues have a high affinity for trivalent Arsenic, ESI-MS revealed that Arsenite was unable to bind to haemoglobin and thioredoxin after cysteine residues were blocked with N-ethylmaleimide (NEM) In rat hemoglobin, trivalent Arsenic was found to bind to a preferentially  specific cysteine (Cys13) employing ESI-MS. This…

he Changes In Medicine In The Nineteenth Century

The nineteenth century was one of the most important eras in the history of medicine as many new cures and technologies were discovered. At the beginning, many poor people still lived in houses without proper sanitation, worked in dangerous factories and drank water from polluted rivers. By the end of the century, social conditions had…

Consistent 1.12 (95% CI: 1.03–1.21) for Hispanic mothers.

Consistent Occurrence estimates from the foundationfor determining the resources required for health care and education, as wellas for basic science and public health research. Study of widely extendeddiseases among populations helps us to identify the reasons behind them andalso we can predict public health interventions. The plan of studies toapproximate the incidence of DS must…

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Caesareansection (C-section) considered as a public health problem, is one of the mostcommon surgeries in the world 1. The procedure is often performed without medicalneed, hence putting women and their neonates at risk of short- and long-termhealth problems. Recently, it has been reported that the rates of C-section continueto skyrocket, particularly in high- and middle-income…

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In the past, many concerns have been raised on the issue of some community pharmacists refusing to sell emergency hormonal contraception (EHC), resulting in many women reporting difficulty in obtaining the medication. Although many do believe that pharmacists may conscientiously object to EHC, however, little is known on whether certain factors may have an impact…

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Scene settingHumanimmune deficiency (HIV) is a chronic, often sexually transmitted disease that infectsa person for life and leads to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) ifleft untreated (5). HIV is spread via blood, semen, breast milk, and vaginaland rectal fluids. The disease weakens the immune system by attacking it,leaving those infected more prone to disease (5).  Though…