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Infectious diseases, caused by dangerous viruses, pathogenic bacteria, protozoa etc., can be serious health hazards.Some of the water-borne diseases are typhoid, cholera, paratyphoid fever, bacillary dysentery, amoebic dysentery, jaundice etc.
Dysentery treatment Brewed beans would be better for stopping dysentery and inflammatory bowel disease.
Dysentery This affects close to 140 million people worldwide, leading to an estimated 600,000 deaths.
Some other causes of piles are untreated conditions like dysentery, diarrhea, colitis etc.
In some situations, a triggering organism can be identified, as in reactive arthritis following bacterial dysentery or chlamydial urethritis,
Mangosteen is useful in maintaining healthy skin, weight management and providing relief from diarrhea and dysentery.
Schizandra berry is therefore a 1 NAME to numerous medical solutions for up to all common disease including high cholesterol, coughs, asthma, sleep problems (insomnia), nerve pain, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), chronic diarrhea, dysentery, night sweating, spontaneous sweating, involuntary discharge of semen, thirst, impotence problems (ED), physical exhaustion, excessive urination, depression, irritability, and loss of memory.
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While there are many causes for this particular set of symptoms including dysentery and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (which could merely be treated with medicines), it could be something called celiac sprue which is treated just with a change in diet to a gluten free diet.
Water-borne diseases - such as dysentery, cholera and typhoid, caused by contaminated water;
Such pollution causes various water-borne diseases such as cholera, dysentery etc.
The tree can cure diarrhoea, toothaches , skin problems, infections to dysentery.
The therapy is 100 years old and was successfully used to treat a Paris dysentery outbreak in 1919.
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1) Not for drinking / poisonous / contaminates groundwater Cost of treatment Causes disease – risk of cholera, typhoid, diarrhoea , hepatitis, dysentery etc.
Iron in water sufficiently indicates presence of E-Coliforms which is an indications of sewage contamination and can cause dysentery, typhoid etc .
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change from 5 to 4 etc., © Cambridge International Examinations 2013   Page 3 2 Mark Scheme GCE O LEVEL – October/November 2013 Syllabus 5014 (a) (i) 1994 plot at 9700 (top of bar between the lines), 2007 plot at 2200 (top of line on the correct line), Paper 11  (ii) 10 200 to 10 300 in 1995,  (iii) sporadic/unpredictable, affects large numbers of people, fast spreading/develops rapidly, starts suddenly/stops suddenly, variable intensity,  (b) (i) typhoid/dysentery/diarrhoea, (ii) water-borne is carried in the water but originates elsewhere, water-based is when the carrier lives in the water,   (c) accept ideas, such as:
Thus, confirming their suitability in the traditional treatments of diseases, such as dysentery, diarrhea, malaria and typhoid fever.
glabra (smooth sumac) is traditionally used by native peoples of North America in the treatment of bacterial diseases such as syphilis, gonorrhea, dysentery, and gangrene .