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  1. Cat Diseases and Veterinary Medicine: Subject Analysis Index With Research Bibliography by Leslee L. Stohl, 1987-11
  2. Animals in Wildlife: Biology, Behavior and Vectors for Disease: Index for New Information by Bruce J. McNally, 1995-08
  3. Icd-10: International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems : Alphabetical Index by Who, World Health Organization, 1996-12
  4. Chromium in Health, Disease & Industry: Index of New Information & Research Bible by Sichler, 1994-07
  5. Coliform Index and Waterborne Disease by Cara Gleeson, Nick Gray, 1996-12-01
  7. Parkinson's Disease: Overview and Current Abstracts
  8. Cancers Produced by Radiation: Index of New Information Including Humans Risks & Results by Abbe Research Division, John C. Bartone, 1996-03
  9. Medical Subject Research Directory and Bibliography of Iatrology, Iatrogenesis, and Iatrogenic Diseases by Bartone, 1982-06
  10. Iatrogenic Diseases I: Medical Subject Analysis and Research Guide With Bibliography by Loomis Riche Paste, 1984-02
  11. Communicable Diseases: Medical Subject Analysis and Research Bibliography by Manfred J. Robineault, 1985-01
  12. Diet--In Life, Food, Old Age and Research Index of New Information With Authors and Subjects by Melba Jordan Milligan, 1996-06
  13. The Everything Glycemic Index Cookbook (Everything Series) by LeeAnn Weintraub Smith, 2010-11-18
  14. Viruses and Reproduction: A Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in Medical Studies)

21. Painful Degenerative Joint Diseases Index Finger - HealthCentral
Everything you need to know about painful degenerative joint diseases index finger, including the most common causes and treatments.
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22. Meningococcal
Updates on meningitis outbreaks at UW Eau Claire and in the community.
Meningococcal Disease Update News Bureau Schofield Hall 201 Eau Claire, WI 54702
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23. Diseases Index CDC Travelers' Health
Diseases Related to Travel Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Your Online Source for Credible Health Information

24. Diseases Of Trees And Shrubs | University Of Missouri Extension
Note. MU Extension does not endorse commercial products. Follow the label on all pesticides.
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25. Autres Maladies Infectieuses
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Autres maladies infectieuses
Les maladies transmissibles comme la tuberculose, la rougeole et la grippe, représentent un risque sérieux pour la santé humaine. Elles ne s'arrêtent pas aux frontières nationales et peuvent s'étendre rapidement si des mesures ne sont pas prises à leur encontre. De nouvelles maladies comme le VIH-sida et le SRAS (syndrome respiratoire aigu sévère) sont apparues, tandis que d'autres développent de dangereuses caractéristiques, comme la tuberculose multirésistante, ou le staphylocoque doré résistant à la méthicilline. En outre, de nouvelles découvertes scientifiques sur le rôle des agents infectieux dans les maladies chroniques comme le cancer, les maladies cardiaques ou les allergies, sont à l'étude. L'Europe se doit de répondre énergiquement à ces menaces. Il est indispensable d'instaurer une étroite collaboration entre les États membres, des organismes européens tels que le centre européen de prévention et de contrôle des maladies, et des agences internationales comme l'Organisation mondiale de la santé, pour réduire ces risques au maximum. L'UE s'est fixé pour principal objectif de se doter de systèmes de surveillance appropriés et efficaces, ainsi que de mécanismes d'alerte et de réaction rapide, et de développer des stratégies afin de répondre à ces menaces. C'est par la détection précoce des nouvelles maladies transmissibles et des épidémies et par l'échange d'informations sur les risques de diffusion au niveau mondial que l'UE parviendra à mettre en œuvre les actions qui s'imposent.

26. Diseases < Index. < Sesli Sözlük : Ingilizce Türkçe Almanca Yunanca Ispanyol
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27. BioAgents And Epidemic Diseases -- Center For Biosecurity Of UPMC
Bioagents, potential bioweapons, and medical and public health management of resulting disease anthrax, botulism, plague, smallpox, tularemia, HFVs analysis and background

28. Diseases And Disease Management
Information on the diseases that affect this crop with many photographs of the symptoms.
Diseases and Disease Management breadCrumbs("",">","index.htm","newsgreen","newsgreen","newsblue","0"); Publications Disease diagnosis assistance is available at the University of Minnesota Plant Disease Clinic. Samples are diagnosed for a minimal charge. U of M Plant Disease Clinic Soybean Diseases: Photos and Information on diagnosis, diseases development, and management tailored for Minnesota. Survey of Soybean Disease Distribution in Minnesota The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
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29. Diseases < Index. < Sesli Sözlük : Ingilizce Türkçe Almanca Yunanca Ispanyol
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30. Diseases Name, Diseases In India, Manufacturer Pharmacological, Kidney Disease I
Diseases Index, diseases infectious, tuberculosis diseases, symptoms diseases, fungus diseases, fungus diseases, diseases liver, genetic disorders diseases, genetics diseases

31. Scientific Facts On Respiratory Diseases In Children
This Digest is a faithful summary of the leading scientific consensus report produced in 2003 by European Commission (EC) 'Baseline Report on Respiratory Health in the framework
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    Context - Respiratory diseases are a leading cause of mortality in developing countries, and one of the most common causes of illness in children of developed countries. Asthma and allergies are increasing in a number of European countries. How can genetic and environmental factors affect a child's likelihood to develop such diseases? Level 1 Questions Top Next Question
    1. To what extent do respiratory diseases affect children?
    Diseases of the lung and airways are the most common cause of illness in children in developed countries and a leading cause of death in children in developing areas. More... In developed countries the frequency of life threatening acute respiratory infections has dropped over the last 50 years. This is probably due to improved living conditions and health care. More...

32. Diseases Home Page
Welcome to Diseases Home Page Diseases are anomalies in the normal functioning of the body. It may be due to any infection, poisoning, genetic defects or other such reasons, which
Welcome to Diseases Home Page
Diseases are anomalies in the normal functioning of the body. It may be due to any infection, poisoning, genetic defects or other such reasons, which may cause some discomfort to the afflicted person. It is a term that encompasses illnesses of all sorts that affect a person's mind or body. From allergies, common colds, skin rashes, fungal nail infections to cancer, Parkinson's disease and AIDS are all considered as diseases. To make it simple, any mind or body dysfunction, which has a specific cause, is referred to as a disease. As mentioned earlier, some diseases are genetic and hence may be passed on from one generation to the other. Other diseases may be due to microbes, change in environmental factors, nutritional factors etc. Nearly all parts of the human body are susceptible to some disease or another. Diseases can afflict your nervous system, cardiovascular system, digestive system, excretory system, endocrine system, reproductive system etc. Even a fetus is susceptible to abnormalities or diseases, depending on the health and the genes of both parents, and the condition during birth. Diseases can be broadly classified as intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic meaning of "from within" refers to diseases that originate within an individual and are not infectious. These include diseases which are hereditary, stress-related, nutrition-related, cancer etc. Hypertension (high blood pressure), leukemia, arthritis etc. are intrinsic diseases, which cannot be transmitted to another individual.

33. Scotch College Library And Information Centre - Diseases Index
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34. Poulty Diseases
If a poultry producer is to reap all the benefits from the investment of money, time and labor, he must maintain a healthy and parasitefree flock.

35. Site Index
There are several types of adrenal diseases.The pages here give general information about these diseases and disorders.
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36. Dog Tick Diseases—How To Protect Your Dog From Tick Illnesses
Learn the symptoms of Lyme disease, heartworm, anaplasmosis, ehrlichiosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and other tick illnesses in dogs. Tick identification pictures......

37. Sexually Transmitted Diseases Index Page - Sex Education Channel
Due Date Club October 2010 All the best Hi thats nice to hear .being first time mom is wonderful experience thoug MS read excited hio people im becoming a mother

38. Maine Department Of Agriculture: Animal Health & Industry
Disease Information . H1N1 (Swine) Flu. The latest information from the US and Maine CDCs, USDA, and Maine Department of Agriculuture. Avian Influenza.
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      H1N1 (Swine) Flu The latest information from the US and Maine CDCs, USDA, and Maine Department of Agriculuture. Avian Influenza . Worldwide, there are many strains of avian influenza (AI) virus, which can cause varying degrees of illness in poultry. AI viruses can infect chickens, turkeys, pheasants, quail, ducks, geese and guinea fowl as well as a wide variety of other birds. Migratory waterfowl are also known to carry the less infectious strains of AI viruses. ...more Chlamydia psittaci is an obligate intracellular bacteria that in some cases can be transmitted to humans. In humans, the resulting infection is referred to as psittacosis (also known as parrot fever or ornithosis) and typically causes influenza-like symptoms and can lead to pneumonia and non-respiratory health problems. ...more

39. Diseases --(index)-- |
Title Auhor's Firstname Surname Timeline; Essays in WarTime Further Studies in the Task of Social Hygiene Havelock Ellis 1859 Popular Science Monthly Oct, Nov, Dec, 1915 ?
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Title Auhor's Firstname Surname Timeline ... Essays in War-Time Further Studies in the Task of Social Hygiene Havelock Ellis Popular Science Monthly Oct, Nov, Dec, 1915 ? Volume 86 Anonymous Manual of Gardening (Second Edition) L. H. Bailey The Dog William Youatt The Imaginary Invalid Moli re Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions ? Volume 3 Charles Mackay Birth Control A Statement of Christian Doctrine against the Neo-Malthusians Halliday G. Sutherland Scientific American Supplement, No. 392, July 7, 1883 Various Woman and the New Race Margaret Sanger Maintaining Health Formerly Health and Efficiency R. L. Alsaker Common Diseases of Farm Animals D. V. M. R. A. Craig Scientific American Supplement, No. 358, November 11, 1882 Various Scientific American Supplement, No. 303, October 22, 1881 Various Jonathan Swift R. G. (Robert Green) Ingersoll Achilles Rose Hygienic Physiology : with Special Reference to the Use of Alcoholic Drinks and Narcotics Joel Dorman Steele Advice to a Mother on the Management of Her Children Pye Henry Chavasse Personal Experience of a Physician John Ellis Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a Friend

40. Eye Diseases
In addition to protecting your eyes from accidents, early detection and treatment of eye problems is the best way to keep your healthy vision throughout your life.

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