Taking a Look at the Diarrhea Disease

1275 WordsFeb 25, 20185 Pages
Known infectious diseases are result from exposure to microbes (bacteria, virus, fungi) that are not naturally present in the body either directly or indirectly, in many ways including: breathing, urine, animals. Where to enter the body through the skin or mouth and sexual organ. According to (Shetly.N,Tany.W,and Andrews.J,2009) infection disease defined " an illness due to specific infectious agent or its toxic product that arises through transmission of that agent". Hygiene practice became widespread in communities and between individuals, causing it to reduce the spread and suffering from infectious diseases, which can be described personal hygiene as " The principle of maintaining cleanliness and grooming of the external body"(Johnson.J,2014)The second thing that contributed to the eradication of infectious diseases is to use health promote approach which means "the process of enabling people to increase control over their health and its determinants, and thereby improve their health".( World Health Organization's , 2005) Infectious diseases still pose a major threat to the world, and here focus on the diarrhea disease as one of the most infection disease that can result from poor hygiene. Although numerous interventions have contributed to a reduction of all causes of diarrhea-specific mortality in the last three decades, diarrheal
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