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  1. photo Cause of deadliest <b>plagues</b> in history discoveredCause of deadliest plagues in history discoveredNews
    Diseases, little was known about the origins and causes of this plague. It is thought to be responsible for the deaths of between 30 and 50 million people.Answering an age-old question In order to answerRead more
  2. photo Deadly <b>plague</b> spreading in ColoradoDeadly plague spreading in ColoradoNews
    Many aren't aware of this, but in the Western U.S. especially, something as tiny as a flea can transmit life-threatening diseases that can spread into full-blown deadly plagues. In Colorado recentlyRead more
  3. Official: Fleas in Arizona testing positive for plagueNews
    this is the first time plague that activity has been reported in the area this year, and that the disease is known to be endemic to the area. Just how widespread it actually is, however, is largely unknown and mayRead more
  4. photo As Fluoroquinolonas: A pior e mais perigosa classe de antibióticos do mercado?As Fluoroquinolonas: A pior e mais perigosa classe de antibióticos do mercado?Treatment
    -avoid-like-the-plague-due-to-fdas-oversight-failure.aspx 4. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/08/08/bone-fluorides-magnet-new-studies-halflife.aspxRead more
  5. photo Chinese government quarantines entire city in fear of <b>plague</b> outbreakChinese government quarantines entire city in fear of plague outbreakNews
    , population 30,000, was reportedly sealed off after a man who handled a dead marmot contracted bubonic plague and later died, potentially exposing hundreds of others to the disease in the process.ThoughRead more
  6. photo One third to die by <b>plague</b> or famine; one third will fall by the sword; one third to be scattered to every windOne third to die by plague or famine; one third will fall by the sword; one third to be scattered to every windNews
    that story, Bloomberg went on to report that the airborne disease had already begun to spread to other victims: (4)Three more plague cases were found in Colorado, a week after the first infectionRead more
  7. photo The "Deadly Dozen" <b>Diseases</b> Worsened by Climate Change (Part 4)The "Deadly Dozen" Diseases Worsened by Climate Change (Part 4)Article
    , allowing rapid implementation of vaccination programs to protect humans.  Plague  Plague (Yersinia pestis)—one of the oldest infectious diseases on record—still causes significant death rates in wildlifeRead more
  8. photo Scientists find mysterious DNA from unknown creatures lurking in NYC subwaysScientists find mysterious DNA from unknown creatures lurking in NYC subwaysNews
    . "After this study, they may."Dysentery, bubonic plague, meningitis and anthrax all identified in NYC subways With more than 5.5 million riders daily, the NYC subway system is hardly the cleanest wayRead more
  9. photo Will America become 'One Giant Emergency Room?'Will America become 'One Giant Emergency Room?'News
    If you have ever watchedmovie where Charlton Heston plays Moses and, with God's help, ushers in the ten deadly plagues on the Egyptians, well then you've seen a glimpse of E.R. America, where deadlyRead more
  10. photo Farm Life Halves Your Risk of Inflammatory <b>Disease</b>Farm Life Halves Your Risk of Inflammatory DiseaseArticle
    half as likely to be plagued with painful inflammation that led to diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. “It is extremely exciting that we can now see that not only allergic diseasesRead more

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Plague (disease)

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Plague is a deadly infectious disease that is caused by the enterobacteria Yersinia pestis, named after the French-Swiss bacteriologist Alexandre Yersin.Until June 2007, plague was one of the three epidemic diseases specifically reportable to the World Health Organization (the other two being cholera and yellow fever).Depending on lung infection, or sanitary conditions, plague can be spread in...More