What Lies Within

1401 Words Apr 30th, 2016 6 Pages
Malaria
According to the ONE CAMPAIGN approximately 219 people live in the world with malaria and 90% of those who died from malaria are from sub-Saharan Africa. There are many important risk factors that are highly associated with malaria. Those who are poor in these undeveloped countries live in places where mosquito density tends to be high and because they are unable to afford instecide treated nets over their beds when they are asleep or spray that they could potentially spray around their rooms, they are more exposed being bitten by the mosquitoes. They also live near stagnant water where mosquitoes actually live and hang around and because they cannot remove the water they are surrounded with mosquitoes so they are more likely to
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Heredity is the most important risk factor associated with osteoporosis because if parents or grandparents have had bad signs of osteoporosis then there is a higher risk of the disease developing. (http://my.clevelandclinic.org/disorders/menopause/hic_menopause_and_osteoporosis.aspx)

Diseases can be classified into many ways but in this Assignment we have grouped diseases with their similar causes. The International Classification of Diseases is a tool that epidemiologists would use for health management and clinical purposes. It helps to classify and monitor the incidence and prevalence of diseases and other health problems. These health problems may be recorded on different health and vital records such as health records and death certificates.
Diseases can be classified with their similar causes such as Infectious disease, Environmental disease and Degenerative diseases. Having diseases associated with their cause makes it easier to decide the reason a disease has developed and how it has developed. When causes are associated with diseases you are able to determine what other diseases can develop in order to prevent them. This