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  1. photo The inside story on vaccine dangersThe inside story on vaccine dangersNews
    the Salkfor polio, death from polio - in the United States and England - was down 47 and 55 percent, respectively. In addition, scarlet fever, rheumatic fever, typhus, typhoid, cholera, plus many otherRead more
  2. photo Monosodium glutamate induces kidney, liver damage in study on ratsMonosodium glutamate induces kidney, liver damage in study on ratsNews
    • Rabies (RabAvert): potassium glutamate, chicken protein, polygeline (processed bovine 14 gelatin)• Rotavirus (Rotarix): amino acids• Typhoid (oral - Ty21a): yeast extract• VariVaxRead more
  3. photo Coconuts are the 'wonder food' with a multitude of usesCoconuts are the 'wonder food' with a multitude of usesNews
    , tumors, typhoid, ulcers, upset stomach, weakness, and wounds.Coconut oil should be regarded as a top choice to protect and help your skinSkin tissues tend to harden and lose elasticity as we age thereforeRead more
  4. photo Beware the Walgreens travel vaccination scamBeware the Walgreens travel vaccination scamNews
    you for conditions like yellow fever, meningitis, encephalitis, typhoid, rabies, polio, and Hepatitis A and B. These same pharmacists will also urge you to purchase a slew of prescription and overRead more
  5. 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
  6. photo Antibiotics unable to stop resistant <b>typhoid</b> feverAntibiotics 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
  7. photo Historical data shows vaccines are not what saved usHistorical data shows vaccines are not what saved usNews
    of immunizations. In fact, cholera, typhoid, tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough, etc, were in decline before vaccines for them became available - the result of better methods of sanitation, sewage disposalRead more
  8. photo Use eucalyptus oil to breathe easier, kill germs, and moreUse eucalyptus oil to breathe easier, kill germs, and moreNews
    use against childhood illnesses and infections such as cholera, measles, scarlet fever, mumps, tuberculosis, and typhoid. Combine with chamomile and lavender in baths for chicken pox. Also usefulRead more
  9. photo Pertussis Peggy and Whooping Wally: How vaccinated people are spreading diseasePertussis Peggy and Whooping Wally: How vaccinated people are spreading diseaseNews
    carriers and transmitters of pertussis.Today, much like Typhoid Mary -- an asymptomatic carrier and transmitter of typhoid fever -- we need to be wary of Pertussis Peggy and Whooping Wally whoRead more
  10. photo Treating 'hidden causes' cures debilitating mental illness, when nutritional approaches and counseling failTreating 'hidden causes' cures debilitating mental illness, when nutritional approaches and counseling failNews
    and their symptoms. These infections linked to either temporary or permanentsymptoms include syphilis, Lyme disease, pneumonia, urinary tract infections, sepsis, malaria, HIV, Legionnaires disease, Chlamydia, typhoidRead 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