Global epidemic

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  • In a Global scenario, economically progressive nations have developed medical sciences. But still it lacks precise information during the enhancement of potent drugs to combat ailment, which is the legacy of the organisms that generate diseases. Rising countries had long been perceived the threat, which at times, down the lane has been the major factor for magnanimous economic disaster and human poverty. Lot of resources was put into force by the world community to abscond the microbial fauna and genetically inherited diseases to contain them within the safe limits.

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  • In many parts of the world, where medicines are not readily available or affordable, the public continue to rely on medicines used traditionally in their cultures. At the same time, affluent consumers in the industrialized world are spending their own money on healthcare approaches that fall outside what has been considered mainstream medicine. A growing body of national and international studies highlight the reality that there is exponential growth of global interest in and use of traditional (i.e. indigenous), complementary and alternative medicine (TCAM).

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  • Chapter 182 provides an overview of the AIDS epidemic in the world today. Here we will limit ourselves to a discussion of AIDS in the developing world. Lessons learned in tackling AIDS in resource-constrained settings are highly relevant to discussions of other chronic diseases, including noncommunicable diseases, for which effective therapies have been developed. We highlight several of these lessons below.

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  • Health Systems and the "Brain Drain" A significant and oft-invoked barrier to effective health care in resourcepoor settings is the lack of medical personnel. In what is termed the brain drain, many physicians and nurses emigrate from their home countries to pursue opportunities abroad, leaving behind health systems that are understaffed and illequipped to deal with the epidemic diseases that ravage local populations.

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  • Thyroid and parathyroid diseases are among the most frequent conditions we have to deal with in a clinical setting. Both nodular and autoimmune diseases affecting these glands have increased remarkably over the past decades. The widespread use of crosssectional imaging and the introduction of neck ultrasonography have led to a thyroid nodule epidemics and the diagnostic of neck lesions in half of the population. Consequently, many patients with microscopic papillary thyroid cancers of uncertain clinical significance are submitted to surgeries that may, perhaps, be unnecessary....

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  • As the global epidemic of diabetes continues to expand, the prevalence of type 2 diabetes is predicted to double in the next 20 years. Continued population growth, increasing age, and worldwide globalization leading to changes in diet and patterns of physical inactivity have resulted in staggering numbers of individuals affected by the disease. A haphazard approach to treatment for a problem of this magnitude could easily overburden the healthcare system, particularly in areas of the world with limited resources.

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  • Advertising can be expensive, but there are plenty of budget-conscious options, too. No matter what you’re spending, your approach should be strategic—don’t squander opportunities to talk with your markets. n Start with your markets/needs list developed in “Get Prepared: Step 2.” What are the media reaching these markets? Radio stations, newspapers, newsletters, etc. Contact them to get their ad rates and schedules. Advertising salespeople can help you with good editorial matches (for example, perhaps there’s a back-to-school segment featuring homework tips for parents).

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  • Against this backdrop, and assuming that policy actions at the European and Member-State level will continue to rein in the sovereign-debt crisis, thus allowing an easing of financing conditions and a return of confidence, the EU economy is expected to stabilise at the turn of the year and to embark on a moderate recovery path thereafter. With strong internal headwinds holding back domestic demand, net exports are likely to remain the most important growth driver next year.

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  • In the student market this will be read as ‘academic reputation plus employability’, a position with appeal today but even greater appeal in a post-2012 funding environment. It is also sustainable, as high institutional costs and high fees will not be possible without high quality; although investment in people, IT and (later) buildings will be needed to get us there.

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  • The current global epidemic of pulmonary tuberculosis has highlighted the need for new screening tests that are rapid and accurate. The social burden of pulmonary tuberculosis has increased because many patients are also infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and the rates of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis are increasing.1 However, screening technology has not changed greatly during the past several decades. Many highburden countries depend upon sputum smears and chest radiographs, supplemented by cultures when resources permit.

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  • Humidity promotes the growth of moulds Credit: Infrogmation The majority of the health effects linked to dampness and moisture of buildings are those of the respiratory system. They range from irritation of mucous membranes, respiratory symptoms, and infections to diseases such as asthma and allergy. However , it is still not known precisely how dampness leads to these symptoms and which are the main substances responsible. Humidity problems in buildings may originate from leaks, condensation, or the ground.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Exceptional epidemics: AIDS still deserves a global response

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về hóa học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học đề tài : Global discourses and experiential speculation: Secondary and tertiary graduate Malawians dissect the HIV/AIDS epidemic

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  • As innovative ways are being developed to harvest the enormous potential of the Internet infrastructure, a new class of large-scale globally-distributed network services and applications such as distributed content hosting services, overlay network multicast [1][2], content addressable overlay networks [3][4], and peer-to-peer file sharing such as Napster and Gnutella have emerged. Because these systems have a lot of flexibility in choosing their communication paths, they can greatly benefit from intelligent path selection based on network performance.

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  • The phenomenon of forced migration dates back to the beginning of human history. In our time, however, it has become one of the world’s major problems. Since 1945 a virtual epidemic of armed conflict, both within and between nations, has created vast numbers of asylum seekers, refugees and displaced persons. This has led in turn to increasing involvement on the part of professional care workers and agencies, both governmental and non-governmental.

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  • WHOís failure to eradicate malaria (after a significant victory over smallpox) revealed the interrelationship of health and infrastructure, culture, politics and economic stability. In addition, it demonstrated the imperative that health campaigns be culturally-sensitive and discredited the notion of magic bullets for the worldís disease burdens.

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  • The strategy promotes a long-term, sustainable HIV response through strengthening health and community systems, tackling the social determinants of health that both drive the epidemic and hinder the response, and protecting and promoting human rights and promoting gender equity as essential elements of the health sector response. It strengthens integration between HIV and other health services, improving both impact and efficiency.

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  • Challenges for the global response to hiv. This progress, however, is fragile and unevenly distributed. HIV incidence is increasing in some countries and regions, and too many new infections are still occurring: 2.6 million in 2009 alone, contributing to the current global prevalence of 33.3 million. 3 Although much reduced from their peak in 1999, new infections continue to outpace the number of people placed on treatment. Most people in need still do not have access to antiretroviral therapy, and demand is growing.

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  • the need for coordinated health sector action on hiv. Evidence and experience to date provide a compelling rationale for a new global health sector strategy on HIV. The WHO strategy is designed to meet the complex challenges of a dynamic epidemic in a rapidly evolving stage of global health actors. WHO’s work on HIV has been guided by a series of broad-based strategies and initiatives, including the Global health-sector strategy on HIV/AIDS 2003–2007, the “3 by 5” initiative, and the WHO 2006-2010 plan for universal access.

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  • This report provides comparable global information on: the consumption of alcohol (Section 1); the consequences of the harmful use of alcohol (Section 2); and the policy responses (Section 3). The four appendices include: country profi les for all 193 WHO Member States (Appendix I); a set of additional indicators (Appendix II); a table of comparable alcohol consumption data (Appendix III); and a section explaining data sources and methods used in this report (Appendix IV).

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