Epidemics


Epidemics
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  • Epidemics —    Contagious diseases, such as plague, syphilis, smallpox, cholera, and tuberculosis, ravaged the population of western Europe frequently over the centuries. Whereas the plague had already disap peared before the 19th century, the last outbreak… …   Historical Dictionary of the Netherlands

  • epidemics — ep·i·dem·ic || ‚epɪ demɪk n. outbreak, plague, something which spreads quickly (i.e. a disease) adj. (about a disease) affecting many people at once; widespread, very common …   English contemporary dictionary

  • List of epidemics — This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. This article is a list of major epidemics. Death toll Region Years Name Species Citation Egypt 8349 1650BC– 8449 1550BC …   Wikipedia

  • Native American disease and epidemics — pervade many aspects of Native American life, both throughout history and in the modern day. Diseases and epidemics can be chronicled from centuries ago when European settlers brought diseases that devastated entire tribes to the modern day when… …   Wikipedia

  • Essence, (Electronic Surveillance System for the Early Notification of Community-based Epidemics) — Essence is the Department of Defense s Electronic Surveillance System for the Early Notification of Community based Epidemics. Essence s goal is to monitor health data as it becomes available and discover epidemics and similar health concerns… …   Wikipedia

  • Famines, Epidemics, and Public Health in the British Raj — Orissa famine of 1866= The Orissa famine of 1865 7 affected the east coast of India from Madras upwards, an area covering 180,000 square miles and containing a population of 47,500,000. The impact of the famine, however, was greatest in Orissa,… …   Wikipedia

  • Influenza — Flu redirects here. For other uses, see Flu (disambiguation). This article is about the disease influenza. For the family of viruses that cause the disease, see Orthomyxoviridae. Influenza Classification …   Wikipedia

  • Poliomyelitis — Polio redirects here. For the virus, see Poliovirus. Not to be confused with poliosis, a condition of the hair being or becoming white or grey. Poliomyelitis Classification and external resources A man with an atrophie …   Wikipedia

  • Plant disease epidemiology — is the study of disease in plant populations. Much like diseases of humans and animals, plant diseases occur due to pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, oomycetes, nematodes, phytoplasmas, protozoa, and parasitic plants.cite book| last… …   Wikipedia

  • Meningitis — Classification and external resources Meninges of the central nervous system: dura mater, arachnoid, and pia mater. ICD 10 G …   Wikipedia