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Multiple Sclerosis South Africa
It's Inevitable!: In emerging countries, the encroachment of civilization into virgin forest will displace many animals and other organisms that may become a new disease. Alternatively, genetic reassortment of species- specific microbes will enable them to infect us or else, cause them to become virulent when they were once benign. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not usually: Ms is a chronic neurological condition, characterized by episodes of neurological disability of variable severity and recovery. A minority of inidividuals can have a very aggressive course, and become so disabled that they are at risk of secondary medical complications which may be fatal. There are subtypes of MS which are so aggressive that a fatal outcome can happen. Fortunately these are rare. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Population studies have suggest that mononucleosis in adolescence, smoking, and possibly childhood obesity are risks for developing ms. However ms is a complex variable disease requiring genetic predisposition along with some environmental trigger(s), possibly influenced by hormones, immune system priming from certain infectious agents. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Any doctors in Saint Louis who are expierenced in treating patients with Lyme disease or chronic lyme?
Related to Obesity: When children go beyond a body mass index of 28 (there are charts for children bmi) specially if one parent or worse 2 have heavy family history of type 2, you have to change life style to bring that body mass index down. Statistics are against you if you do not. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hopefully the link: Below would be of help! take care! http://www.Ohsep.Louisiana.Gov/factsheets/mosquitosmart.Htm. ...Read more
How many people contracted sars worldwide during the 2003 outbreak? How many people died of sars worldwide?
Looks like: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2334/10/50 8422 cases and 916 deaths.Get a more detailed answer ›
Less sun=fewer cases: The best places to find skin cancer are countries where the native population is very dark-complected but fair skinned people have moved in. So the southern us, australia, and south africa are all high on the list. Had pale people never moved to these places there would be very little skin cancer there as the native americans, aborigines, and africans are all well-suited to live in intense sun. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, Absolutely!!: Stay physically, mentally & spiritually (if important to you) active, to keep yourself in best physical condition & spirits. See a movement didorder specialist or at least a good local neurologist for Dopamine medication treatment, advice, education & inspiration to fight your pd! Azilect is a great med to start with, then possibly a 24 hour lasting Dopamine agonist like Requip xl or Neupro (rotigotine) :). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hard to say: Some studies have quoted mortality from neuroinvasive cases of wnv ~5%, but this must be a huge overestimate. Maybe 3 in 1000 of all cases are severe (or neuroinvasive), so you might guess less than 1 in 5000 cases die. Most of the deaths appear to come in the elderly, chronically ill or immunosuppressed. Treatment is mainly supportive (including intubation & ventilation in severe cases). ...Read more
Roughly 1 in 10,000. The highest incidence was 1 in 8500 in Canada.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1586184/ ...Read more
Malaria: Malaria is prevalent in certain areas of south america. The cdc website is a good resource to look up how common diseases, such as malaria, are in a particular country. For malaria you may want to look at: http://www.Cdc.Gov/malaria/travelers/country_table/a.Html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any known heart specialists in the Northeast OH area that treat patients with Lyme Carditis?
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