Shigellosis is an intestinal infection. With more than 15,000 cases of a bacterium called shigella annually occurring in the United States, shigellosis often affects children and can spread rapidly in daycare.

Typhus is an acute disease caused by A bacterium named Rickettsia rickettsii is an infectious tick that carries the bacteria. These ticks live in wooded areas in low hedges and tall grass. The disease is more common in warm weather—spring and summer. Illness can occur at any age. But it is more common in adults aged 60 to 69 and children aged 5 to 9 years, and more in men than women.

Mumps is a viral infection that causes painful swelling of the salivary glands. These glands on both sides of the jaw drool Mumps was most commonly seen in children between the ages of 10 and 15 before the mumps vaccine was developed. Mumps is a common childhood disease. It is much less common now. Complications can occur, usually in adults. Hearing can be temporarily lost. Organs can become swollen and irritated. These organs include the testicles in boys who become adolescents and men. Infertility (sometimes infertility) of the ovaries or breasts in women and girls who have gone through puberty. Pancreas, meninges, heart and joints

Herpangina is a viral disease that causes stomach ulcers and blisters inside the mouth. causing the throat and mouth to become red and swollen It is a common childhood infection in children ages 1 to 10. It can be confused with strep throat or canker sores. It usually occurs during the summer and fall. Recovery takes a few days to a week. Little treatment is required.

ehrlichiosis Ehrlichiosis is a disease that affects dogs, cattle, sheep, goats and horses in the United States. The disease was first described in humans in 1957. 1987. The two major diseases are human monocytic ehrlichiosis (HME)

Giardiasis is an intestinal disease caused by parasites. It's one of the leading causes of diarrhea in the United States. Giardiasis is usually not serious. But there may be complications such as poor absorption of food, weight loss, and decreased body fluids.

Echinococcosis It is an infection caused by a small tapeworm called Echinococcus. Tapeworms can infect the liver, lungs, kidneys, bones or brain. They become cysts that can enlarge and damage these organs. Echinococcosis It is commonly found in many parts of the world. Especially the Middle East in the area of livestock. It also occurs in similar areas in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the Americas, as well as in the southwestern United States. in the united states mostly found in immigrants

Botulism is a disease caused by toxins produced by these bacteria, Clostridium botulinum. The bacteria are abundant in soil and grow from spores. only under appropriate conditions The three types of botulism Associated with food, wounds and infant botulism. Of these, about 25% were food-related, 72% were in infants, and 3% were for the traumatic type. These toxins are also valuable in medical treatments, such as relieving muscle spasms. and remove wrinkles

HFMD is caused by a viral infection of the throat in young children under the age of 10. Mild disease, no specific treatment, heals on its own in 2 weeks.

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