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  • A Short Note On Hepatitis E Virus ( Hev ) Essay

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    Introduction Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) was first recognized in 1983 as a spherical viral particle of 27-30 nm from stool of the infected volunteer suspected with non A non B hepatitis (Balayan et al., 1983). HEV infection may lead to acute hepatic failure especially in pregnant women and chronic liver patients. It causes chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis in immunocompromised patients (Kamar et al., 2008). It is endemic in many Asian

  • Mononucleosis Essay

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    Introduction      Mononucleosis is a viral disease that affects those usually between the age of ten and thirty-five, although a person at any age can get the disease. This disease found in mainly adolescents and adults seems to only occur in those who escaped the Epstein-Barr virus infection in childhood. It is also known as Glandular Fever, because it affects the lymph nodes in the neck, arm pits and groin. It can last anywhere from one to two weeks to six to eight weeks

  • Liver Detox Essay

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    Adrenal fatigue and liver congestion typically go hand in hand. Additionally, they both impact the functioning of other hormone producing organs, including the ovaries. Women who have adrenal fatigue and liver congestion frequently also suffer from ovarian hormone imbalance. Adrenal fatigue is a condition that has a gradual onset. There is no clear cut starting point. As the stresses of modern life often cause the body's natural stress response system to be called upon far too often. Over time,

  • Ebola Virus Disease And Its Effects

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    Ebola Virus Disease is often referred to as a virus that causes severe bleeding, organ failure, and can lead to death. It was formally known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever. Ebola can cause disease in humans and also in non-human species, such as monkeys, gorillas, and chimpanzees. Altogether, information about Ebola Virus Disease will include: the background, transmission, symptoms and diagnosis, and treatment and prevention. Ebola Virus Disease was given it 's name from the Ebola River in the Democratic

  • Speech On Chicken Pox

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    1 - Avoid Chicken Pox The only foolproof way of not getting chicken pox is to avoid being in contact with absolutely anyone who you suspect has it. However, if you are reading this, it means that you are not a complete germaphobe, hypochondriac, or you are a devoted mother, father, wife, husband, or even brother or sister. I don’t know about that last one. If my brother had the chicken pox, and I hadn’t already been through that, of course, I don’t think I’d go anywhere near him! 2 - Anyway, so

  • Can Muscle Fatigue Analysis

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    CAN MUSCLE WEAKNESS LEAD TO PARALYSIS At some point of time most of us observe tiredness and reduced power leading to fatigue. This common complaint can be regarded as muscle weakness which is commonly heard of. But the word weakness may be defined differently in different cases . A feeling of tiredness or body fatigue can be coined as weakness. If a person is unable to move a certain part of their body , he could be experiencing weakness. This weakness can be restricted to a particular

  • Infectious Diseases : Ebola Virus Disease

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    Week 1 Assignment 1: Infectious Diseases Ebola What is Ebola: Ebola virus disease (EVD) is a rare and deadly viral illness that is reportable to the National Notifiable Disease Surveillance System (NNDSS) in all U.S. states and territories. Early recognition of EVD is critical for infection control. Health-care providers should be alert for and evaluate any patients suspected of having EVD. How is it transmitted/ transferred to others: When an infection occurs in humans, the virus can be spread to

  • Causes Of The Arab Malaise

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    4. Samir Kassir describes Arabs’ perpetual sense of “malaise,” or despair, and argues that it is possible for the Arab states to become secular democracies and adopt the principles of equality and justice. This is characterized by, “chronic rates of illiteracy, inordinate disparities between rich and poor, overpopulation of cities and desertification of land”. Some of the causes of the Arab Malaise is the gaze of the western other, feelings of being left behind, sense of powerlessness and geography

  • Guinea Grass And The Mango Tree

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    Producers in an ecosystem are typically plants or other autotrophic organisms. The Hot Zone by Richard Preston implies that mango trees and African grasses serve as producers in their respective ecosystems. The mango tree is native to central Africa. Mango trees achieve heights of 90ft and widths of 80ft because of their deep-set roots and stable bases (Wanitprapha). The mango tree belongs to genus Mangifera and the most common mango species is Mangifera indica. The mango is a food source for frugivores

  • Informative Speech And Attention Getter For Sore Throats

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    Informative Speech Outline Name: Katie Batts Topic: Sore Throats General Purpose: to inform Specific Purpose: To inform my classmates on what to do if they get a sore throat during this fall or winter. Thesis: With the cooler seasons approaching, I’m sure many of you will at least once this fall or winter, wake up in the morning with a sore throat. I. Introduction a. Attention Getter: If you’ve never had a sore throat before consider yourself lucky. b. Reason to Listen: One of the most common reasons