Rabies: Transmission,Symptoms,Prevention and Cure

Pathogen : Rabies virus

Mode of Transmission : Bite by a rabid dog.

Incubation period : 10 days to 1-3 months depending upon the distance of bite from Central Nervous System (CNS), that is the brain or spinal cord.

Rabies: Transmission,Symptoms,Prevention and Cure

Pathogen : Polio Virus

Mode of transmissions : Virus enters inside the body through food or water.

Incubation period : 7-14 days

How To Easily Make Money Writing And Selling E-books Online

As everything goes digital, most people prefer to read books digitally instead of getting hard copies that take up space.

Create a small eBook of 50-100 pages on any interesting topic and start selling it.

How To Genuinely Make Money By Creating Affiliate Websites

If you don’t want to sell products - either with dropshipping or having your own products - then you could also consider becoming an affiliate.

As an affiliate, you simply refer people to other sites and earn a commission every time a sale is made.

How To Genuinely Make Money By Starting An Online Virtual Store

You can set up a store by using either dropshipping as we talked about earlier, or by selling something that you create (some examples are homemade candles, scrapbooks, or quilts).

Measles: Transmission,Symptoms,Prevention and Cure

Pathogen : Virus (Rubeola) 

Mode of transmission : By air Incubation period : 3-5 days

Symptoms 

(i) Common cold 

(ii) Appearance of small white patches in mouth and throat.

 (iii) Appearance of rashes on the body.

Chicken Pox: Transmission,Symptoms,Prevention and Cure

Chicken pox Pathogen : Chicken pox virus (varicella)

Mode of transmission : By contact or through scabs
Incubation period : 12-20 days
Symptoms (i) Fever, headache and loss of appetite
(ii) Dark red-coloured rash on the back and chest which spreads on the whole body. Later, rashes change into vessicles.

(iii) After few days these vessicles start drying up and scabs (crusts) are formed.
(v) These scabs start falling (infective stage)
Prevention and cure There is no vaccine against chicken pox as yet. But precautions must be taken as follows: 

(i) The patient should be kept in isolation. 

(ii) Clothings, utencils, etc. used by the patient should be sterilised. 

(iii) Fallen scabs should be collected and burnt. One attack of chicken pox gives life long immunity to the person recovered from this disease.