Infections Information Center
It is possible to prevent chickenpox. Vaccination is the only way to prevent chickenpox. Receiving two diseases of the vaccine for chickenpox is known to be almost 95 percent effective at preventing this infection. Everyone from children to adults should get at least two doses of the chickenpox vaccine, especially if they have never got the diseases before or if they have not been vaccinated earlier.
Schistosomiasis is a disease that can be prevented. The best way to control or prevent the disease is by analyzing and treating people from the high risk zones. Providing safe drinking water, betterment of sanitation, educating people on hygiene are some of the efforts that need to be made in the backward countries to prevent spread of Schistosomiasis
Schistosomiasis, which in common terms is known by the name of bilharzia, is an extremely serious parasitic disease caused by Schistosoma also known as Blood Fluke. The primary symptoms of Schistosomiasis are caused as a reaction of the body to the eggs of the Schistosome parasite. If the worms have damaged the intestinal area then the affected individual will have persistent abdominal pain along with diarrhea and rectal bleeding. In cases where the condition has reached at an advanced stage then hepatomegaly is a common finding.
Deep tissue fungal infection can take up to two years to clear up. Read on to know more.
Vinegar kills fungus by modifying the pH levels on the skin hence killing unwanted growths. Read on to know more.
Barmah Forest Virus is transmitted by the mosquitoes from the animals to the humans and this disease is only a part of Australia and hasn’t spread over the other parts of the world as yet. It is not a life threatening disease that can become the cause of death of any human and goes away by itself.
Epidemic typhus is a kind of fever spread by lice found on human body called Pediculus humanus corporis. This article discusses about how epidemic typhus spreads and what is the incubation period of epidemic typhus.
Death is not the only outcome of this infection. There are many cases where MRSA has been treated effectively. Read on to know more.
There is no definite time period in which MRSA shows up after exposure. Read on to know more.
Zika virus is a mosquito-borne viral infection. This article discusses the details about how long does the Zika virus last in the body. It also details about the transmission and prevention of Zika virus.