Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Epidemiology of Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases

Attributes of Lifestyle and Nature on Humankind

Edited by Fyson Kasenga

Malawi Adventist University

Human sufferings, including deaths, can be reduced or avoided by applying routine principles of hygiene in individuals' lives. Some hygiene routines are purely simple remedies, which are inexpensive, affordable, acceptable and easily accessible. It is evident that change is first enacted from within the mindset of an individual, then transmitted to families, groups and communities, and eventually the mindset of a nation can change creating an environment which is better for everybody to live in. This book contains chapters discussing conditions or diseases that may not be common in the readers' area. Caution as such may never be underestimated considering the fact that we are living in a global village where one can never say 'this does not occur in my area' but rather question, does this occur in my community, why does it occur, who is affected, where and when does it occur and what can be done about it? These questions constitute what epidemiology is all about, and their precise and comprehensive answers can transform lives and help us have the right perceptions for the health challenges we face and accept the possibility of dealing with them directly.

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Epidemiology of Communicable and Non-Communicable DiseasesAttributes of Lifestyle and Nature on HumankindEdited by Fyson Kasenga

Published: November 9th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/61903

ISBN: 978-953-51-2741-3

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-2740-6

Copyright year: 2016

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6578 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Epidemiology and Investigation of Foot‐and‐Mouth Disease (FMD) in the Republic of Korea

By Hachung Yoon, Wooseog Jeong, Jida Choi, Yong Myung Kang and Hong Sik Park

789

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2. Epidemiology of Equine Influenza Viruses

By Farouk Laabassi

827

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3. Epidemiology and Emergence of Schmallenberg Virus Part 1: Origin, Transmission and Differential Diagnosis

By Fernando Esteves, João Rodrigo Mesquita, Cármen Nóbrega, Carla Santos, António Monteiro, Rita Cruz, Helena Vala and Ana Cláudia Coelho

840

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4. Epidemiology and Emergence of Schmallenberg Virus Part 2: Pathogenesis and Risk of Viral Spread

By Fernando Esteves, João Rodrigo Mesquita, Cármen Nóbrega, Carla Santos, António Monteiro, Rita Cruz, Helena Vala and Ana Cláudia Coelho

715

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5. The Epidemiological, Morphological, and Clinical Aspects of the Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery (Arteria Lusoria)

By Michał Polguj, Ludomir Stefańczyk and Mirosław Topol

862

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6. Factors Associated with Survival to Discharge of Newborns in a Middle-Income Country

By Daynia Elizabeth Ballot and Tobias Chirwa

626

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7. Epidemiology of Vitamin B12 Deficiency

By Tekin Guney, Aysun Senturk Yikilmaz and Imdat Dilek

975

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8. β-Thalassemia: Genotypes and Phenotypes

By Tamer Hassan, Mohamed Badr, Usama El Safy, Mervat Hesham, Laila Sherief and Marwa Zakaria

944

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