Rosemary (Rosmarinus) works as an antiseptic and an antimicrobial agent. In The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy, Valerie Ann Worwood suggests using a blend of rosemary, lemon and eucalyptus oils to massage the nose, cheekbones and temples in order to relieve congestion and discomfort.

9. Thieves

Thieves is a blend of clove (syzygium aromaticum), lemon, cinnamon bark (cinnamomum), eucalyptus and rosemary that was created by 15th century thieves during the plague. The oil blend is antiviral, antiseptic and antibacterial. It works well in a diffuser to help purify the air in your home or as a throat spray to soothe a sore throat.

A great way to get the benefits of essential oils is by breathing them so that they enter your body through the nose and lungs. You can use them in a diffuser or you can simply add four or five drops of the oil to a pot of boiled water. Cover your head with a towel while carefully leaning over the liquid and breathing in the steam.

Another option is to place a drop or two of the oils on a warm damp washcloth and then place the washcloth on your chest or your forehead to help relieve pain and congestion. Or add five to eight drops of oil to the water as you run your bath for a soothing, relaxing effect.

Essential oils are not a substitute for other proven methods for fighting colds such as getting enough fluids, getting enough rest or seeing your doctor if your symptoms worsen. However, if you are looking for natural ways to boost your body’s defenses during cold and flu season, it is well worth your time to investigate the impact essential oils can have on your health.

Which is your favorite essential oil to fight colds and flu? Share your tips in the section below:

Stomach Flu (Tummy Bug) – Signs, Symptoms and Treatment

Infectious gastroenteritis is often referred to as a tummy bug or the stomach flu. It may be caused by bacteria, viruses or protozoa. The incubation period and duration of the infection may vary depending on the causative microorganism and the action of the microbe or toxins.

The signs and symptoms of acute gastroenteritis should be discernible from other gastrointestinal conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Proper management is crucial and most of the time, treatment for acute infectious gastroenteritis is only necessary in prolonged cases or immunocompromised patients.

Refer to the article on Causes, Incubation Period and Duration of Infectious Gastroenteritis for further details on these aspects.

The common signs and symptoms include:

  • Nausea
    • Constant and does not always ease after vomiting.
    • Retching is the involuntary but unproductive effort to vomit.
    • Heartburn and chest pain may be present as gastric contents rise up the esophagus coupled with muscle spasm from retching.
  • Vomiting
    • Severe with recurrent retching after expulsion.
    • May settle in the latter stages of the infection although nausea may still be present.
    • Eating solid foods usually aggravates nausea and vomiting.
    • Bloody vomit (hematemesis) is not always present and may only occur with persistent or violent vomiting (refer to gastritis caused by a Mallory-Weiss tear).
  • Diarrhea
    • Frequent, watery stools (large volume) often accompanied by intestinal cramps.
    • Certain infections and persistent diarrhea may result in bloody stools (melena

      black, tarry; hematochezia

      red, bloody).

    • Diarrhea may be mild in some infections.
    • Constant urging (tenesmus) may persist between evacuations.
  • Abdominal discomfort
    • Ranging from a dull ache, to colicky or severe abdominal pain.
    • Bloating and tenderness often present, especially in bacterial infections.
  • Fever
    • Fever may be absent in some cases of infectious gastroenteritis – bacterial toxins may not cause a fever.
    • Other microorganism may cause a low, moderate or high fever.
    • Varies from >100F/37.7C to 104F/40C – temperatures in excess of 104F/40C requires immediate medical attention.
  • Dehydration
    • Complication of fluid loss – vomiting, diarrhea, perspiration.
    • May be moderate to severe and may lead to death if left untreated.
    • Dizziness, dry mouth, poor skin turgor and fainting.
    • Signs of shock due to severe dehydration – immediate medical attention necessary.

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This is once again like Nazi Germany with the Jews I’m taking a religious exemption and I should not be singled out with something on my badge that says that.

I have researched the efficacy of the influenza vaccine and it is coming up with no actual proof the vaccine is effective. In fact if you average the effectiveness based on the CDC site, it is around 41%! In our healthcare system, staff who received the vaccine feel they are exempt from ever wearing a mask…one study demonstrated a nurse, who was vaccinated, giving all of her patients the flu. It is a form of bullying. In the meantime, I was just told I need to wear my mask even at my desk without anyone around me! Arrgh!!It is all based on money.

I know someone who at 38yrs old, works as a teacher, required to get a flu shot. Had no health issues. She died from the flu.

Even though I think that everyone should be immunized unless they have an actual medical reason to not receive one, I think that mandatory masking for individuals not exhibiting any signs of infection is absurd. It is simply a way to shame the ignorant or unfortunate. It tells the world about your “protected health information” against your will.

How to use this chart:

After repertorizing for the homeopathic similimum and after locating the electromagnetic site at which that code may be detected, locate detection sites for the isonosode (equilium) codes.

There are isonosode codes for:

  • Influenza viruses, the primary cause of the disease
  • Bacteria, the cause of secondary complications and an important cause for an unfavorable outcome.

How to locate Flu viruses on the EDS 2000:

  • Click on Signal List
  • Click on Nosodes/Xenobiotics
  • Click on Flu list
  • Use Yes/No function to locate the correct code

How to locate bacteria on the EDS 2000:

  • Click on Signal List
  • Click on Nosodes/Xenobiotics
  • Click on Bacteria Nosode III
  • Click on Staphylococcus Nosodes
    • Use Yes/No function to locate the correct code
  • Click on the Streptococcus Nosodes
    • Use Yes/No function to locate the correct code

If a code is unable to be located search the entire list of virus and bacteria nosodes.

The most common Flu codes are:

  • Type A: Influenza A virus
  • Type B: Influenza B virus
  • Type C: Influenza C virus
  • Influenzinum
  • Influenzinum vesiculosum NW

  • Influenzinum SW
  • Influenzinum toxicum
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    Pour consulter l’activité hebdomadaire des principaux indicateurs:

    Parmi les principaux indicateurs, on trouve les suivants:

    L’indice d’activité grippale ainsi que le nombre et la proportion de résultats positifs par rapport aux tests de détection de l’influenza effectués par les laboratoires sentinelles du Québec sont publiés de façon hebdomadaire ici même, sur le site Web du MSSS. De plus, lorsque les virus de l’influenza circulent de façon soutenue, le DSV produit un graphique de l’activité virologique relatif aux saisons antérieures. Ce bilan est lui aussi mis à jour une fois par semaine, pendant la saison grippale.

    Assurée en partenariat avec les directions de santé publique, la surveillance des éclosions d’influenza dans les centres d’hébergement et de soins de longue durée (CHSLD) est basée sur le signalement volontaire, par ces centres, des éclosions d’au moins deux cas d’infection au même type d’influenza survenus dans les dix jours, dont un a été confirmé par un test d’amplification des acides nucléiques. Cette surveillance est continue et effective toute l’année.

    La surveillance de l’activité grippale à l’urgence se fait à partir des données consignées dans la Console provinciale des urgences, une base de données administrée par la Direction générale des services de santé et médecine universitaire (DGSSMU). Elle s’appuie sur deux indicateurs: les consultations pour « Fièvre et toux » ainsi que les diagnostics de « Grippe/Influenza » qui ont été posés au terme de cette consultation.

    La surveillance des admissions dans les centres hospitaliers après un diagnostic de « Pneumonie/Influenza » est assurée à partir des données inscrites dans le Relevé quotidien de la situation à l’urgence et au centre hospitalier, une base de données gérée par la Direction générale des services sociaux.

    Autres indicateurs et projets spéciaux de surveillance

    Le DSV, de par son partenariat avec la DGSSMU et l’Institut national de santé publique du Québec, analyse les données relatives à des indicateurs secondaires qui ne font pas l’objet d’une publication régulière. Figurent parmi ces indicateurs:

    • la surveillance des syndromes d’allure grippale (SAG) par les groupes de médecine de famille sentinelles;
    • la surveillance, dans certains hôpitaux, des admissions attribuables à une infection grippale confirmée par laboratoire;
    • la surveillance des appels pour un SAG au service Info-Santé et Info-Social;
    • la veille épidémiologique et scientifique effectuée par différents partenaires.

    En plus des indicateurs de l’activité grippale définis par le DSV, des données et des renseignements sont recueillis auprès de diverses sources aux fins des objectifs du système de surveillance de la grippe. Ces données et renseignements concernent notamment:

    • l’identification des virus de l’influenza dans les laboratoires du Québec
      Au Québec, une quarantaine de laboratoires effectuent une surveillance continue des virus de l’influenza et d’autres virus respiratoires. Ce réseau de laboratoires sentinelles est coordonné par le Laboratoire de santé publique du Québec (LSPQ). Toutes les semaines, ce dernier reçoit les données de surveillance recueillies par les laboratoires hospitaliers membres du réseau et publie les résultats des analyses. Dans ses rapports, le LSPQ indique, notamment, le nombre d’analyses effectuées, le nombre de cas de grippe confirmés par groupe d’âge ainsi que la distribution géographique des cas.

    Le bulletin Flash Grippe est une production de la Direction de la vigie sanitaire (DVS) du ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux.

    Son contenu est le reflet d’un effort concerté entre service Info-Santé, les directions de santé publique, le Laboratoire de santé publique du Québec, l’Institut national de santé publique du Québec et l’ensemble des laboratoires sentinelles du Québec, que nous remercions pour leur contribution.

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      • Notes marked (A) are for Lactose Intolerance
      • Notes marked (B) are for Casein allergy

    Video: Inflammatory Symptoms Caused By Food Intolerance

    Dairy intolerance is increasing due to very effective marketing of milk products - and the mass production of foods containing low-cost dairy derivatives.

    A. Lactose Intolerance: Recent evidence indicates that up to 75% of the world’s population is Lactose Intolerant to some extent*. That is, three quarters (¾) of all people have difficulty digesting lactose. Depending on cultural background it can be higher or lower (90% of African Americans are Lactose Intolerant - and around 25% of Northern Europeans.)

    B. Casein Allergy: Many people are also allergic to Casein (the protein found in milk). One study gives prevalence as 2 - 3% of the general population. Casein allergy is usually detected in babies by projectile vomiting, colic or other troublesome conditions. "Colicky" babies are often regarded as a nuisance and some doctors even think colic is 'normal'. But a screaming baby suffering colic frequently indicates nothing more than allergy to cow's milk. Casein allergy leads to chronic disease - especially later in life from autoimmune diseases.

    Comments: Dairy intolerance is responsible for symptoms like Stomach Bloating, and Flatulence, and Diarrhea and Irritable Bowel Syndrome in millions of people and appears more frequently now that thousands of processed foods contain dairy derivatives. Heavily subsidised dairy farming now produces millions of tons of milk derivatives (like milk solids, whey protein isolate, skim milk powder and lactose) - delivering cheap ingredients for making processed foods.

    Could you have Dairy Intolerance? To learn more – sign up for the free e-book‘How To Tell If You have Food Intolerance’

    A. Symptoms of Lactose intolerance:

    B. Symptoms of Casein allergy:

    To learn more – sign up for the free e-book ‘How To Tell If You have Food Intolerance’

    Comments: The symptoms of Dairy intolerance are just like symptoms of Fructose intolerance and Gluten intolerance, they all overlap. All food intolerance symptoms - if left untreated - become worse with age. so just because you have these symptoms - it does not mean you have Dairy intolerance. The way to find out which you have is via Journal Method - as used in the Healing Program.

    A. Lactose Intolerance: Some people get clinical tests including the Hydrogen breath test and stool acidity tests. Unfortunately most clinical testing for food intolerance is not reliable. In fact breath tests are amongst the least trusted methods. Types of Testing

    However the Journal Method easily identifies and Food Intolerance.

    B. Casein allergy is often apparent with very young babies when they are first given cow's milk formula. But the intolerance can remain undiagnosed until adulthood. Symptoms including hives, eczema, projectile vomiting, asthma and diarrhea are common. Again - the Journal Method easily identifies casein allergy.

    A. Lactose Intolerance: All food intolerance is genetic. You got it from your parents, grandparents and other ancestors - it’s in your genes. If your ancestry is Northern European (eg. Dutch or Scandinavian) the chance of Lactose Intolerance is only 25%. If not - then generally you have a 75% chance of being Lactose Intolerant*.

    B. Casein Allergy: Milk protein allergy is also genetic.

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    Wenn Sie schon eine Grippe haben, können Sie ihrer Ausbreitung vorbeugen, indem Sie eine Ansteckung Ihrer Mitmenschen und somit neue Grippefälle vermeiden. Dazu ist es wichtig, dass Sie:

    • beim Niesen und Husten Ihre Nase und Ihren Mund bedecken (dabei nicht in die nackte Hand husten oder niesen, sondern z.B. in die Armbeuge),
    • sich regelmäßig die Hände waschen,
    • statt Stofftaschentüchern Papiertaschentücher verwenden und
    • benutzte Einweg-Papiertaschentücher direkt entsorgen.

    Neben der Impfung gegen Grippe (Influenza) ist für bestimmte Personengruppen eine Pneumokokken-Schutzimpfung empfehlenswert, die einer Lungenentzündung durch Pneumokokken wirksam vorbeugen kann. Die Pneumokokken-Schutzimpfung ist wichtig für:

    • Menschen ab dem 60. Lebensjahr
    • Säuglinge bis zum 24. Lebensmonat
    • Kinder, Jugendliche und Erwachsene mit einer schweren Grunderkrankung

    Zika virus infection is a mild febrile viral illness transmitted by mosquitoes. The mosquitoes that are able to transmit Zika virus are not normally found in New Zealand.

    The following information on Zika virus infection is provided as it is an emerging disease.

    • 24 July 2017: We’ve updated the sections about Zika virus, Zika virus and pregnancy, sexual transmission of Zika virus, symptoms of Zika virus infection and laboratory testing.
    • 1 August 2016: We’ve added a page on Monitoring Zika virus in New Zealand.
    • 28 July 2016: We’ve updated the sections about Zika virus,Zika virus and pregnancy (in particular our advice for women who are planning to become pregnant soon after returning from Zika affected areas), symptoms of Zika virus infection, further information and laboratory testing. The interim guidance information for LMCs (midwives), GPs and other health professionals dealing with Zika virus in pregnancy has been similarly updated.
    • 4 July 2016: We've updated our advice for women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant on travelling to Zika-affected areas.
    • 14 April 2016: We've released a new fact sheet for the public, talking about what we do and do not know about Zika virus at this stage.

    Zika virus is a flavivirus, closely related to dengue. Cases of Zika virus have previously been reported in Africa, southern Asia and the Pacific Islands. In 2015 and 2016, Zika virus outbreaks have spread throughout the tropical and sub-tropical areas of the western hemisphere, as far north as Mexico, Florida and Puerto Rico.

    Because Zika, dengue and chikungunya viruses are transmitted by mosquitoes mostly active during daytime, it's important that all travelers visiting affected areas continue to take protective measures to prevent mosquito bites throughout the day.

    Zika virus infection is symptomatic in only about 1 out of every 5 cases. When symptomatic, Zika infection usually presents as an influenza-like syndrome, often mistaken for other arboviral infections like dengue or chikungunya.

    New Zealand currently has 15 mosquito species. The mosquito species (Aedes sp.) that are able to spread Zika virus are not normally found in New Zealand however they are found in many other countries around the world.

    A national mosquito surveillance programme has been operating for some years at New Zealand's international points of entry (ports and airports). The ports and airports are monitored regularly throughout the year to ensure the early detection and elimination of any exotic mosquitoes.

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    You can find more information about mosquitoes on the Ministry of Health website and also tips on how to avoid mosquito bites while travelling.

    Zika virus infection is notifiable in New Zealand as an arboviral disease.

    Guidance for health professionals (updated 24 July 2017)

    Pregnant women who become infected with Zika virus can transmit the disease to their unborn babies, with potentially serious consequences. Reports from several countries, most notably Brazil, demonstrate an increase in severe fetal birth defects and poor pregnancy outcomes in babies whose mothers were infected with Zika virus while pregnant.

    We know that Zika virus infection during pregnancy is a cause of congenital microcephaly and other severe brain abnormalities. Zika virus has also been linked to other problems in pregnancies and among fetuses and infants infected before birth, such as miscarriage, stillbirth, and other birth defects.

    A distinct pattern of birth defects, called congenital Zika syndrome, has emerged among fetuses and infants of women infected with Zika during pregnancy. In addition to cognitive, sensory, and motor disabilities that are shared with other birth defects, congenital Zika syndrome is associated with five types of birth defects that are either not seen or occur rarely with other infections (eg, cytomegalovirus or rubella) during pregnancy:

    • severe microcephaly resulting in a partially collapsed skull
    • decreased brain tissue with brain damage (as indicated by a specific pattern of calcium deposits)
    • damage to the back of the eye with a specific pattern of scarring and increased pigment
    • limited range of joint motion, such as clubfoot
    • too much muscle tone restricting body movement soon after birth.

    Therefore, the Ministry of Health recommends that women who are pregnant or plan to become pregnant in the near term should defer travel to areas with Zika virus present. If travel is essential, if possible delay pregnancy if travelling to these areas.

    If travelling in Zika-infected areas, women who are pregnant or plan to become pregnant should consult with their health care provider. All travelers should take all precautions to avoid mosquito bites, including the following.

    • Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants.
    • Use insect repellents containing DEET, picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus (OLE), or IR3535. Always use as directed.
    • Insect repellents containing DEET, picaridin, and IR3535 are safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women and children older than 2 months when used according to the product label. Oil of lemon eucalyptus products should not be used on children under 3 years of age.
    • If you use both sunscreen and insect repellent, apply the sunscreen first and then the repellent.
    • Use permethrin-treated clothing and gear (such as boots, pants, socks, and tents).
    • Use bed nets as necessary.
    • Stay and sleep in screened-in or air-conditioned rooms.
    • Be particularly vigilant for the 2 hours after sunrise and the 2 hours before sunset.

    We also advise that women who have travelled to an affected country without their partner use appropriate contraception for eight weeks to avoid pregnancy. However, if the partner has also travelled to an affected country then see advice on sexual transmission of Zika virus.

    If you are pregnant and develop a rash, red eyes, fever, or joint pain within 14 days of travel to a Zika virus-infected country, please consult your health care provider and let them know your travel history.

    This information will be updated as more research becomes available.

    Zika virus is considered to be mainly spread by infected mosquitoes. However, there is growing information available about the risk of sexual transmission of Zika virus.

    Due to the potentially serious implications of transmitting Zika to a pregnant woman, we advise that:

    • All men who have travelled to a Zika-affected area and have a pregnant partner should abstain from sexual activity (oral, vaginal, and anal) or use condoms for the duration of the pregnancy, whether they have symptoms or not.
    • All men who have travelled to a Zika-affected area and have a partner who is at risk of becoming pregnant should abstain from sexual activity (oral, vaginal, and anal) or use condoms, whether they have symptoms or not, for at least six months after leaving a Zika-affected area.

    We will continue to review New Zealand guidance as further information becomes available.

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      • Notes marked (A) are for Lactose Intolerance
      • Notes marked (B) are for Casein allergy

    Video: Inflammatory Symptoms Caused By Food Intolerance

    Dairy intolerance is increasing due to very effective marketing of milk products - and the mass production of foods containing low-cost dairy derivatives.

    A. Lactose Intolerance: Recent evidence indicates that up to 75% of the world’s population is Lactose Intolerant to some extent*. That is, three quarters (¾) of all people have difficulty digesting lactose. Depending on cultural background it can be higher or lower (90% of African Americans are Lactose Intolerant - and around 25% of Northern Europeans.)

    B. Casein Allergy: Many people are also allergic to Casein (the protein found in milk). One study gives prevalence as 2 - 3% of the general population. Casein allergy is usually detected in babies by projectile vomiting, colic or other troublesome conditions. "Colicky" babies are often regarded as a nuisance and some doctors even think colic is 'normal'. But a screaming baby suffering colic frequently indicates nothing more than allergy to cow's milk. Casein allergy leads to chronic disease - especially later in life from autoimmune diseases.

    Comments: Dairy intolerance is responsible for symptoms like Stomach Bloating, and Flatulence, and Diarrhea and Irritable Bowel Syndrome in millions of people and appears more frequently now that thousands of processed foods contain dairy derivatives. Heavily subsidised dairy farming now produces millions of tons of milk derivatives (like milk solids, whey protein isolate, skim milk powder and lactose) - delivering cheap ingredients for making processed foods.

    Could you have Dairy Intolerance? To learn more – sign up for the free e-book‘How To Tell If You have Food Intolerance’

    A. Symptoms of Lactose intolerance:

    B. Symptoms of Casein allergy:

    To learn more – sign up for the free e-book ‘How To Tell If You have Food Intolerance’

    Comments: The symptoms of Dairy intolerance are just like symptoms of Fructose intolerance and Gluten intolerance, they all overlap. All food intolerance symptoms - if left untreated - become worse with age. so just because you have these symptoms - it does not mean you have Dairy intolerance. The way to find out which you have is via Journal Method - as used in the Healing Program.

    A. Lactose Intolerance: Some people get clinical tests including the Hydrogen breath test and stool acidity tests. Unfortunately most clinical testing for food intolerance is not reliable. In fact breath tests are amongst the least trusted methods. Types of Testing

    However the Journal Method easily identifies and Food Intolerance.

    B. Casein allergy is often apparent with very young babies when they are first given cow's milk formula. But the intolerance can remain undiagnosed until adulthood. Symptoms including hives, eczema, projectile vomiting, asthma and diarrhea are common. Again - the Journal Method easily identifies casein allergy.

    A. Lactose Intolerance: All food intolerance is genetic. You got it from your parents, grandparents and other ancestors - it’s in your genes. If your ancestry is Northern European (eg. Dutch or Scandinavian) the chance of Lactose Intolerance is only 25%. If not - then generally you have a 75% chance of being Lactose Intolerant*.

    B. Casein Allergy: Milk protein allergy is also genetic.

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      Better plans and designs while creating dams and irrigation schemes can prevent this disease from spreading among the nearby population.

      Symptoms of AIDS are caused by the deterioration of the immune system and the decline of CD4+ T cells, which are the immune system's key infection fighters. As soon as HIV enters the body, it begins to destroy these cells. Some common symptoms include:

      • Diarrhea that lasts for more than a week
      • Dry cough
      • Memory loss, depression and neurological disorders
      • Pneumonia
      • Profound, unexplained fatigue
      • Rapid weight loss
      • Recurring fever or profuse night sweats
      • Red, brown, pink or purplish blotches on or under the skin or inside the mouth, nose or eyelids
      • Swollen lymph glands in the armpits, groin or neck
      • White spots or unusual blemishes on the tongue, in the mouth, or in the throat

      Because people with AIDS have weakened immune systems, they're more prone to infections, called opportunistic infections. Opportunistic infections are caused by organisms that typically don't cause disease in healthy people but affect people with damaged immune systems. These organisms attack when there's an opportunity to infect.

      Deterioration of the immune system is caused by the decline in CD4+ T cells, which are key infection fighters. As soon as HIV enters the body, it begins to destroy these cells.

      Symptoms of opportunistic infections common with AIDS include:

      • Coma
      • Coughing and shortness of breath
      • Difficult or painful swallowing
      • Extreme fatigue
      • Fever
      • Mental symptoms such as confusion and forgetfulness
      • Nausea, abdominal cramps and vomiting
      • Seizures and lack of coordination
      • Severe, persistent diarrhea
      • Severe headaches
      • Vision loss
      • Weight loss

      Many opportunistic infections associated with AIDS cause serious illness. Some may be prevented. Below is a list of infections and how they affect the body.

      Cryptoccoccal Menigitis — This is a yeast-like fungus infection that usually involves the brain and lungs, although it can affect almost any organ. The fungus that causes this condition is found in soil throughout the world. It is most common in soil contaminated by bird droppings. This disease most often occurs when a person's CD4+ T cell count falls below 100 cells per cubic millimeter of blood.

      HIV-related Encephalopathy — Encephalopathy is a term for diseases that alter brain function or structure, leading to problems with cognitive function, or mental processes, and memory. In people with HIV and AIDS, encephalopathy is usually caused by an infectious agent, such as a bacteria, virus or prion.

      Encephalopathy most often occurs when a person's CD4+T cell count falls below 50 cells per cubic millimeter of blood. Toxoplasma-seropositive patients who have a CD4+T cell count of less than 100 cells per cubic millimeter of blood should be treated with prophylaxis to prevent developing encephalopathy.

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      A team led by Dr. Russell Stothard, head of the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative at the Natural History Museum, London, recently conducted a field evaluation, which reported that even if stool or urine examinations are negative, a tissue biopsy might reveal eggs. Detection of antibody might as well be useful for epidemiological surveys as well as clinical research and management.

      Schistosomiasis can be successfully treated using an oral drug Praziquantel. Though a single dose of this drug can cure the infection, it is not effective in preventing re-infection of the patient, which is highly probable in an affected area. Researches are presently being carried on to develop a vaccine for this disease.

      The toxic metalloid, antimony was initially used in low doses to treat schistosomiasis, but this is not used in present days. Another drug called Oxamniquine is used outside the U.S to treat Schistosoma mansoni.

      Investigations are being carried on a new Egyptian drug, Mirazid for the treatment of this disease.

      Other forms of oral medication that are being experimented with are medicinal castor oil, Gopo Berry (by Dr Chidzere of Zimbabwe in 1980s), etc.

      Acrolein, copper sulfate, and niclosamide can be used to eliminate the fresh-water snails that cause the disease.

      Crayfish breeding can also be helpful for the purpose though it must be done with caution.

      Avoiding water bodies previously detected with snails.

      Use of sapindus plant(Phytolacca dodecandra) to prevent the disease by controlling snails. Aklilu Lemma and Legesse Wolde-Yohannes received the Right Livelihood Award in 1989 for their research.

      Better plans and designs while creating dams and irrigation schemes can prevent this disease from spreading among the nearby population.

      Influenza B: Cause, Symptom, Treatment and Prevention

      Influenza B can cause respiratory and stomach symptoms. It can be easily treated. Vaccine and staying away from virus can prevent it.

      Influenza or the flu refers to a respiratory infection that can be caused by a variety of viruses. The virus will move through the air and become inhaled through the mouth or nose. Approximately 5-20 percent of people catch the flu each year in the United States. Influenza can cause a serious infection or death in newborns, the elderly and people with some chronic illnesses. The viruses that cause influenza are classified as A, B or C types, depending on how their proteins are composed. Type B viruses are the most common in humans.

      All flu viruses travel in the air as droplets of moisture. It spreads when people talk, cough or sneeze, releasing this moisture. Some people inhale this moisture in the air while others touch objects like a keyboard or telephone that are covered in the virus and then transfer them to the eyes, mouth or nose by touching these areas.

      The influenza virus alters and creates new strains constantly so those that have already been affected by the flu may have developed antibodies to ward of a specific type of flu virus. If you are exposed to a virus in the future that is similar to those you have experienced before or you have been given a vaccination against a certain type of flu, it will be easier for the body to fight off the infection.

      The antibodies a person has developed will not be able to prevent an infection caused by new strains of the virus or subtypes of the virus that are different than those you have already been exposed to.

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      In some cases, niacin, an essential nutrient part of the B vitamin complex that causes blood vessels to dilate, may provide relief from dizziness and vertigo.

      In cases where dizziness and vertigo are very severe and vomiting won’t allow use of oral medications, high-dose corticosteroids given with IV fluids may be used to treat the CNS inflammation causing the symptom.

      If dizziness or vertigo is linked to specific changes in body position, a physical therapist may be able to offer instruction on exercises for building tolerance and comfort with those position changes.

      Since dizziness can result from the flu, treating muscle aches, fever, and other flu symptoms with aspirin and other medications may help to resolve dizziness which is related to the flu.

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      Unclassified. Early analysis suggests extreme regenerative abilities.

      The Necroa Virus is a special plague type that has aggressive metabolic demands, and unknown with "extreme regenerative capabilities". Its most notable trait is that when it infects humans, they become zombies (if the Cytopathic Reanimation symptom has been evolved via mutation or DNA points). The plague can be unlocked by purchasing it for $1.99USD, or by beating the Neurax Worm disease type on brutal for mobile devices, or by beating the Prion disease on normal or higher in Plague Inc: Evolved.

      The interface is a Magnetic Resonance Image ( MRI ) of a human male, in which his brain is highlighted blue and white (normal). As the plague evolves, the brain image gradually develops expanding, glowing red-black spots on the frontal lobe along with the blue and white. The brain eventually turns completely red and black when it becomes a zombie. Once zombified, the more severe the disease becomes and traits it has, the more gruesome and decayed the interface portrays the zombie. The Necroa Virus' signature color is black, compared to the red of the normal disease types, the golden orange of the Neurax Worm, the green of the Simian Flu, or the purple of the Shadow Plague.

      The Necroa Virus is usually very easy to cure, unless the player has plenty of cure-preventing genes like Genetic Mimic, or by making it more severe and/or lethal. The player must be quick to evolve Cytopathic Reanimation before the cure is deployed, unless the player is aiming for the achievement Not Another Zombie Game. Once achieved, the cure will become useless in stopping the disease, and some people who die from the disease will reanimate and become zombies. However, once the cure is complete, all infected individuals will eventually be cured, thus preventing any lethal non-zombie symptoms from ravaging the human population along with the zombies. A zombie population counter will immediately replace the infected counter upon evolution of Cytopathic Reanimation. Zombies will then appear and begin to either eat or turn other humans, whether healthy or infected, into more zombies. This will initially overwhelm all countries infected by one's disease, and allow the zombie population to grow exponentially. Once zombies have formed, the player will gain access to various abilities and symptoms that will increase the lethality and effectiveness of one's zombies, along with other abilities to assist the player.

      After a certain amount of time, a certain country, generally a healthy one, will start Z Com, a military organization dedicated to destroying zombies. Humans allied with Z Com soldiers will defend against the zombies. Z Com will be humanity's greatest protector and threat against your disease, and eventually, Z Com may establish a second base in another healthy country unless the player can destroy the original Z Com base quickly enough. Z Com will try to decrease and eventually eradicate the zombie population of the world starting with the country they're based in. If not stopped fast enough, your zombie hordes will begin to succumb to decay, even if the player has all of the abilities that gradually stall this. This will allow Z Com to expand unchecked to more and more countries. Ultimately, Z Com will triumph against the player if they have established themselves in too many countries, and will eventually destroy all zombies which have not yet decayed, resulting in a game over for the player. Thus, it is imperative to attack new and inexperienced Z Com base as they can be easily overwhelmed and destroyed by a zombie horde.

      If a country is destroyed by zombies, the zombies there will begin to starve and die off, so it is advised that the player use a Zombie Horde starting at the destroyed country, and should move them to a healthy or weak country for more food. This is indicated by a zombie bubble. The player can tap it for DNA points. Z Com's bases are represented by a fortress symbol in a blue box. Make sure the number of zombies is high before attacking a base, or else they will be massacred. Once Z Com is eliminated, and all humans are either eaten or turned into zombies, the game is over and the player wins.

      There is also an in-game hidden story for the Necroa Virus. If Egypt is infected first, a popup may appear saying that explorers are going deeper into the newly-discovered tombs of Giza. The hieroglyphics will warn the explorers of an ancient plague capable of destroying humanity. The mummy excavated will have "strange bite marks". When zombies infect the world, a news headline may pop up saying that the Necroa Virus may have come from the Pyramid of Giza, indicating that the Necroa Virus is much older than Patient Zero.

      There are more hidden stories. If the USA is infected first, a popup can appear saying that DarkWater is missing a scientist, meaning that Patient Zero could be this scientist. Later on, other popups will say that DarkWater has created the Necroa Virus, and another one saying that they are planning to make a kind of "zombie pacifier". If a player infects the UK first, it may say that PfiGlax made the Necroa Virus. Moreover, if the Plague is started in Ukraine, people may try to see if it was created by the nuclear accident at Chernobyl. Each of the stories will have three achievements for each country.

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      Die Grippe (Influenza) ist eine Viruserkrankung, die hauptsächlich saisonal in den Herbst- und Wintermonaten auftritt und in den meisten Fällen unkompliziert verläuft.

      Die Grippe (Influenza) ist eine weitverbreitete Viruserkrankung, die uns auch in Deutschland jedes Jahr aufs Neue beschäftigt, wenn die sogenannte Grippewelle während der Wintermonate wieder aufkommt. Diese saisonale Grippe wird meist von Grippeviren aus der Gruppe B verursacht. Das gehäufte Aufkommen von Grippefällen ist nicht zu verwechseln mit einer Pandemie, von der zuletzt während der „Neuen Grippe“, der sogenannten Schweinegrippe, die Rede war. Solche Pandemien werden von Influenzaviren aus der Gruppe A ausgelöst.

      In der Regel verlaufen Erkrankungen mit Grippe unkompliziert und sind nach ein oder zwei Wochen überstanden. Schonung und Ruhe sind bei einer Grippe die wichtigsten Maßnahmen. Beschwerden wie Fieber und Schmerzen lassen sich symptomatisch gut mit Medikamenten behandeln. Bei komplizierten Verläufen werden weitere Maßnahmen eingeleitet wie zum Beispiel die Gabe von Antibiotikum bei zusätzlichen bakteriellen Infektionen. Komplizierte Verläufe von Grippe können bei Menschen mit einem schwachen Immunsystem, Schwangeren oder alten Menschen auftreten. Durch eine Schutzimpfung kann man sich gegen die saisonale Grippe impfen lassen. Die Grippe-Impfung bietet zwar keinen garantierten, hundertprozentigen Schutz, lässt die Grippe aber zumindest weniger schwer verlaufen, wenn es zu einer Infektion kommt.

      Grippeerreger verändern ihre Genetik und mutieren immer wieder, weshalb eine völlige Immunität durch eine bereits durchgestandene Grippe nicht möglich ist. Dabei bleiben die Erreger sich aber recht ähnlich, weshalb bei erwachsenen Menschen aufgrund des immunologischen Gedächtnisses die Grippe oft weniger heftig verläuft als bei jungen Menschen oder Kindern. Im Alter wird dieser Effekt durch das schwächere Immunsystem der älteren Menschen wieder aufgehoben.

      Die Symptome einer Erkältung oder echten Grippe sind sich sehr ähnlich. Der Selbsttest hilft Ihnen bei der Diagnose

      Bei der Influenza A verhält es sich ein wenig anders: Dieser Grippetyp kann seine Genetik innerhalb kurzer Zeit drastisch verändern. Der Erreger breitet sich unter günstigen Bedingungen sehr schnell aus, weil in der Bevölkerung wenig bis gar kein immunologischer Schutz gegen ihn besteht. Pandemien werden deshalb von Grippeviren aus der Gruppe A verursacht. Sie kommen nur alle paar Jahre vor und lassen sich durch moderne Kontrolleinrichtungen gut in den Griff bekommen.

      In den meisten Fällen ist das erste Grippe-Symptom plötzlich auftretendes, teilweise hohes Fieber, häufig begleitet von Schüttelfrost. Es folgen Atemwegsbeschwerden, zunächst trockener Husten, später Husten mit Auswurf, Schnupfen und Halsschmerzen. Magen-Darm-Beschwerden wie Übelkeit, Erbrechen und Durchfall sind ebenfalls häufige Anzeichen einer Influenza.

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      Die Grippe verläuft in der Regel unkompliziert. Selten kann es im Verlauf zu Komplikationen kommen. Menschen mit einer Grunderkrankung oder einem schwachen Immunsystem, ältere Menschen oder Schwangere sind etwas häufiger von Komplikationen während einer Grippe betroffen. Vor allem die zusätzliche Infektion mit Bakterien (Superinfektion) verursacht teils heftige Verläufe. Zu folgenden Grippe-Komplikationen kann es kommen: