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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Ebola Communicable Diseases: Flu Tuberculosis(TB) Measeles Malaria -Known as TB-Bacteria spread through the air from one person from another-Affects lungs and other parts of body-⅓ of population has tuberculosis-88% of TB is in 22 countries-1.5 million cases of TB occur in Africa each year -Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by a parasite. -People experience fever, chills, and the flu-2010 the was about 219 million cases of malaria occurred in the world-660,000 died-91% was in African region Symptoms of the flu are:-fever-coughing-sore throat-body aches-headachesIt can be spread by when someone touches the flu virus, then touches the mouth, eyes and maybe the nose Symptoms of Ebola are:-fever-severe headache-muscle ache/pain-weaknessSymptoms can appear to 2 to 21 days after being exposed to EbolaFound in several African countriesHealth care workers in U.S. and Spain have had confirmed cases of Ebola. Measles are a high respiratory disease from a virusSpreads from coughing and sneezingMeasles start when:-fever-runny nose-red eyes-sore throat-a rash will spread through your bodyAround 10 people who get measles sometimes get pneumonia, or ear infections Type 1 Diabetes Non-Communicable Disease CGM ( Continuous Glucose Meter) Continuously checks how much sugar is in your blood stream Pump (Medtronic) Allows a diabetic to give insulin intothe body withoutgiving a shot Patient has to test bloodsugar and give insulin if has high blood sugaror has sugar/food A patient is diagnosed with diabetesby giving the person sugar and testing blood sugar. 8 hours laterand see if it is normal or high. The patients body doesn't produce insulin. Then, over time , the bodystarts to shut down if not trated This disease is not preventableit is passed down from genetics Heart Desease
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