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How rare is rat lungworm in humans in louisiana, usa?

Not common: Good that it is not common in humans in the U.S. It has showed up in hawaii and louisiana. Some of the things it can lead to are serious. ...Read more

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Can raccoons in Canada, Ontario have rabies?

Can raccoons in Canada, Ontario have rabies?

Rabies in Canada: Although rabies can be found in bats and other mammals in Canada, it is not a major risk. CDC recommends rabies vaccine for only these groups:Travelers involved in outdoor and other activities in remote areas that put them at risk for bat bites or other animal bites (such as adventure travel and caving).People who will be working with or around animals (wildlife professionals and researchers). ...Read more

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How rare is rat lungworm in louisiana, usa?

Not sure: It has showed up in louisiana and hawaii. But, not that common, as far as i know of. ...Read more

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Is pentaxim vaccine (sanofi made in france) really banned?

Is pentaxim vaccine (sanofi made in france) really banned?

Below: Yes: There have been numerous studies over the years, that the dosage of vaccine in Pentaxim against Pertussis is low, that it is not able to protect humans from infection in the long run. A recent study by WHO also states that pertussis (respiratory disease, which spreads through contact) is on the rise again & is prevalent among 5+ years old children in the United States & Europe, where this vaccine has been adopted as part of the national immunization schedule. This vaccine has already been banned in developed countries, on WHO’s recommendation. ...Read more

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Can deer tick cause death in human -hamptons new york?

Can deer tick cause death in human  -hamptons new york?

Very unlikely: It sounds as if you are worried about lyme disease. Deer ticks are potential carriers of lyme disease, human anaplasmosis and babesiosis. Lyme disease can cause very disabling permanent effects; death has been reported, but would be unusual. Anaplasmosis and babesiosis would not be considered deadly. Here is a link to centers of disease control on lyme: http://www.Cdc.Gov/lyme/. ...Read more

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Because of health risks for humans bovine growth hormone is banned in canada, japan, australia, and all 25 countries of the european union?

Because of health risks for humans bovine growth hormone is banned in canada, japan, australia, and all 25 countries of the european union?

No health risk: Bovine GH is given to cows to increase their milk production. It has no activity in humans and would be destroyed in our digestive tract. Opposition to its use is more political than scientific ...Read more

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Is there in europe a churg strauss syndroom specialist? We live in holland

Is there in europe a churg strauss syndroom specialist? We live in holland

Yes: Dr. Kallenberg is a world expert on churg strauss at the university of groningen. I do not know if he is accepting patients, but someone is his group there would be a good place to start. See: http://www.Rug.Nl/staff/c.G.M.Kallenberg/. ...Read more

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In what countries is cholera found?

In what countries is cholera found?

Cholera: According to WHO -more recent outbreaks of cholera have included: South-East Africa (Mozambique & Somalia), Americas (Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti & Mexico), Afghanistan (Badakhshan province), Africa (Angola, Burundi, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo & Nigeria. > ...Read more

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Statistics for diabetes mellitus type 2 in arabian gulf countries?

Statistics for diabetes mellitus type 2 in arabian gulf countries?

About 25%: It is known that uae has the second highest prevalence of diabetes worldwide with 25% of the population affected. ...Read more

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Has anyone heard of fap (familial adenomatous polyposis) outside the amish community?

Has anyone heard of fap (familial adenomatous polyposis) outside the amish community?

Yes sure: Fap occurs in approximately 1/10, 000 to 1/30, 000 live births, and accounts for less than 1 % of the total colon cancer risk in the United States it happens not only in amish community- but also in other population- such as in ashkenazi jewish population for instance, etc. ...Read more

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Who are yersinia pestis most common victims; farmers, campers?

Who are yersinia pestis most common victims; farmers, campers?

Yersinia Pestis: Yersinia pestis is an organism responsible for plague. It is transmitted to humans through a bite of infected rat flea. It is common is campers, hikers, veterinarians. ...Read more

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Is there swine flu in new york state?

Is there swine flu in new york state?

The flu Season: hasn't really gotten into gear yet (2014 to 2015 season). Influenza A H1N1 virus (swine Flu) is now one of the flu viruses that circulates around the world seasonally. It was certainly seen during the 2013 to 2014 Flu season in the US. Will see what happens with the upcoming flu season. ...Read more

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Trip 2 south pacific: any travel shots recommended?

Trip 2 south pacific:  any travel shots recommended?

Check travel site: Wherever you go in the world, it's great to be prepared before your trip. Check out the cdc travel website. You can look up your destination and find out what you need to do. Wwwnc.Cdc.Gov/travel/ take care and have a great time! ...Read more

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Is malaria prevalent in africa?

Is malaria prevalent in africa?

Yes: Especially in the sub-saharan region. If traveling, you should take appropriate prophylaxis medications. ...Read more

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Can there be any families in the united states whose children have noonan syndrome?

Can there be any families in the united states whose children have noonan syndrome?

Yes: Yes, you are not alone if you have a child with noonan syndrome. The noonan syndrome foundation (at http://www.Teamnoonan.Org/) has resources and links to their facebook page, regional support groups, clubs, and so on. I hope you find some help there! ...Read more

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How rare is genetic heterochromatica iridis in humans?

How rare is genetic heterochromatica iridis in humans?

Very.: Heterochoromia in humans is likely found only in 3 genetic disorders, and most are sporadic cases. The most common is Waardenberg syndrome, which is an autosomal dominant condition, variable in expression, causing a white forelock, widely-spaced eyes, heterochromia, and deafness. Another is Horner syndrome, and lastly Piebald syndrome. ...Read more