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  1. photo Antibiotics unable to stop resistant <b>typhoid</b> <b>fever</b>Antibiotics unable to stop resistant typhoid feverNews
    Scientists at Oxford University's Clinical Research Unit are stunned by new laboratory results. Their study, funded by the Wellcome Trust and published in the journal eLife, reports of typhoid feverRead more
  2. photo Drug-resistant 'super <b>typhoid</b>' now spreading globallyDrug-resistant 'super typhoid' now spreading globallyNews
    A multi-antibiotic-resistant strain of deadly typhoid fever has spread from Asia to Africa, where it might have reached epidemic proportions, warned an international research team in a studyRead more
  3. photo New vaccine developed against 'Delhi belly' - What will Frankenscientists jab you for next?New vaccine developed against 'Delhi belly' - What will Frankenscientists jab you for next?News
    Delhi belly every year as a result of both Escherichia coli (E. coli) and salmonella, the two types of bacteria targeted by the new vaccine, as well as typhoid fever. These conditions can ultimately ruinRead more
  4. photo Sensational Russian Patent: Amazing Remedy That Will Help You With All Stomach Infections And Relieve You Of Intestinal DisordersSensational Russian Patent: Amazing Remedy That Will Help You With All Stomach Infections And Relieve You Of Intestinal DisordersTreatment
    for all of these diseases. Consummation is different for every disease. To cure dysentery, diarrhea, salmonellosis, typhoid fever, acute appendicitis (appendicitis) just drink half a cup. If you haveRead more
  5. photo Coconuts are the 'wonder food' with a multitude of usesCoconuts are the 'wonder food' with a multitude of usesNews
    used around the world to treat a vast spectrum of health conditions such as abscesses, asthma, baldness, bronchitis, bruises, burns, colds, constipation, cough, dropsy, dysentery, earache, fever, fluRead more
  6. photo Quinine, the most popular and effective natural remedy for malariaQuinine, the most popular and effective natural remedy for malariaNews
    , pneumonia, indigestion, typhoid, and even cancer. Eventually, drug companies began making synthesized versions of quinine in the 1940s, which led to the demise of the natural variety. Malaria bacteriaRead more
  7. photo Scientist who discovered Ebola calls rising viral pandemic an 'unimaginable catastrophe'Scientist who discovered Ebola calls rising viral pandemic an 'unimaginable catastrophe'News
    Piot and his fellow researchers believed the disease might be yellow fever, but they quickly ascertained that it was not, adding that tests for Lassa fever and typhoid were also negative."WhatRead more
  8. photo Vaccines spread measles, government documents revealsVaccines spread measles, government documents revealsNews
    vaccine, rotavirus vaccines, nasal spray flu vaccine, yellow fever vaccine, adenovirus vaccine, typhoid, tuberculosis, smallpox and oral polio vaccines.Read more
  9. photo Watch: Before measles vaccine propaganda, media freely joked about benign childhood diseaseWatch: Before measles vaccine propaganda, media freely joked about benign childhood diseaseNews
    measles."Doc, if he only had gangrene or typhoid fever, believe me, we could wring their hearts out," he says. "Butain't got no class -- it's kid's stuff! They'll laugh at us!" he adds as he's metRead more
  10. photo The big measles lie: Eradication of measles happened BEFORE the vaccine, not afterThe big measles lie: Eradication of measles happened BEFORE the vaccine, not afterNews
    that the death rates from conditions like measles, scarlet fever, typhoid, whooping cough (pertussis) and diphtheria were all in major decline prior to the advent of their respective vaccines, the direct resultRead more

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Typhoid

Disease

Typhoid, also called typhoid fever, is an illness caused by the bacterium Salmonella Typhi. The disease is spread through water which has the Salmonella Typhi bacteria in it ( transmission is by faeco oral route)Typhoid usually lasts between two weeks and a month. The disease can be treated with antibiotics. If no treatment is given, between one and three out of every ten patients die. The rest...More