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Zoonotic diseases are infectious diseases transmitted spontaneously from vertebrates to humans and vice versa. Bacteria, parasites, fungi, viruses, and prions are among the pathogenic agents that cause them. Despite the fact that they have been known for centuries, their impact on public health has grown in recent decades as a result of a combination of success in reducing the spread of human infectious diseases through vaccination and effective therapies, as well as the emergence of novel zoonotic diseases.
When you are exposed to toxins or compounds in the environment that make you unwell, you may develop an environmental disease. These health risks could exist everywhere you live, work, or play. Some substances can induce environmental disease if they are exposed to them. Environmental diseases are diseases that can be directly linked to environmental conditions, according to epidemiology (as distinct from genetic factors or infection). Apart from pure monogenic genetic disorders, which are uncommon, the environment is a primary factor of disease progression.
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AC Matin, Stanford University, United States
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Jawad Alzeer, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Title : An update of Lyme disease with particular reference to low endemic areas in Canada
Muhammad Morshed, University of British Columbia, Canada
Title : Antimicrobial activity of Zinc oxide nano particles against multi drug resistant Escherichia coli clinical isolates
Noha Tharwat Abou El Khier, Mansoura University, Egypt
Title : Microbial adhesion capacity on orthopedic implants
Bohinc Klemen, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Title : Evaluation of the anti-diabetic potential of probiotic lactobacillus fermentum (pri 29) isolated from cameroonian fermented cow milk in alloxan induced diabetes type-1 mice model
Tanyi Pride Bobga, University of Buea, Cameroon