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The mudslide has had a direct effect on Freetown’s water infrastructure, as residents lack access to clean drinking water and proper toilet facilities, which could lead to malaria, cholera, and typhoid outbreaks.
When inserted in contaminated water, Medentech’s Aquatabs kill the microorganisms that cause cholera, typhoid, and dysentery within 30 minutes.
Plunging temperatures broke the monsoon cycle in Asia, sending India into famine and triggering a cholera epidemic of unprecedented severity.
Ahmed said both sides explored steps toward ending a humanitarian crisis in Yemen that has led to one of the largest and fastest cholera outbreaks on record.
But lately cholera cases have been multiplying around the globe.
Many of them were sick with tuberculosis or cholera, others simply looking for a clean place to rest.
Mosquitoes, which the government fears carry dengue, cholera and Zika, are enveloping the hundreds of structures that mask what used to be hundreds of homes and businesses.
Shortly after Hurricane Katrina, the CDC reported the spread of norovirus, cholera, and non-typhoidal Salmonella.
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Origin and Etymology of cholera
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medical Definition of cholera
choleraicplay \ˌkäl-ə-ˈrā-ik\ adjective
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